ASUS has pushed out some sneak peeks for its new ROG Dominus Extreme motherboard. We have all been hearing about Intel's new 28 core Skylake-S CPU and the ROG Dominus Extreme is designed specifically for this CPU. While certainly cooling has got to be on your mind about this, the Dominus has 14 PWM fan headers down on the PCB. Other standouts are support for 4-way PCIe Gen 3 X16 NVLin and CrossFireX, and Aquantia AQC-107 10Gbps LAN, Intel I219-LM Gigabyte LAN, Intel AC-9260 802.11ac Wi-Fi. This is not a small motherboard in any way as you might expect. It is an EEB/ATX format (14"x14") with an LGA 3647 socket and a 32 phase VRM configuration. Is that two 24-pin power connectors you see down on the board? Yes it is. Does that mean you will need two PSUs to fully power the Dominus? Yes it does. We also see four 8-pin and two 6-pin 12V power connections as well. And we thought the 2990WX was a power pig. The fact of the matter is that it is very likely you will not be able to power this system off a single breaker in a normal residential North American setting if you are overclocking. If you look at the top edge of the board you will see that there are four fans under that shroud. While we have not seen it powered on yet, there is a color 1.77" OLED screen on top of that IO panel cover. We expect these to be hitting the market by year end. Pics. The rest of the onboard cooling is tailored for custom liquid loops, starting with a special connector that supports temperature sensing, flow monitoring, and leak detection for compatible CPU blocks. Separate headers for flow and temperature sensors let you monitor another point in the system, and two of the onboard fan headers are configured for pumps. They’re joined by 12 additional fan headers capable of feeding multiple massive radiators.