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Asrock Z77E-ITX

LGA1155; Mini-ITX

Bursting with features and connectivity, and offering excellent performance for the price, ASRock's Z77E-ITX is a great choice for building a small form factor gaming PC despite not having the …

1 review | 12 opinions (Above average)


Z87 Extreme III
Asrock Z87 Extreme 3

Socket 1150; ATX; Features: SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start-Reset Button, Overclocking- …

You don't get as many features on the Z87 Extreme3 as you will find on its closest rivals, but it's also cheaper, and by forgoing gimmicks and focusing on performance, ASRock's …

2 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)


FM2A75 PRO 4-M
Asrock FM2A75 Pro4-M

Socket FM2; Micro-ATX

ASRock's FM2A75 Pro4-M is a great performer that's very easy to overclock and has lots of room for expansion for a microATX mobo, but the folks at Expert Reviews said that it can't …

1 review | 4 opinions (Excellent)


Z-77 OC Formula
Asrock Z77 OC Formula

LGA1155; eATX; Features: SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start-Reset Button, Quad-SLI Support, …

If you appreciate easy overclocking, the Z77 OC Formula is not for you, but if you put a lot of work - and liquid cooling - into it, it can produce truly astounding results, although PCFormat

1 review | 4 opinions (Excellent)


More information at: PCFormat, 10/2012 ASRock Z77 OC Formula Motherboards are one of the most boring hardware components on the market, but with the Z77 OC Formula, ASRock might just have created something worth getting excited over. … to review

Asrock H77 Pro4/MVP

LGA1155; ATX

TechRadar think that the ASRock H77 Pro4/MVPis probably the most affordable way to get a motherboard, which is compatible with the latest Intel Ivy Bridge processors. The board is shallower and

1 review | 6 opinions (Excellent)


More information at: TechRadar UK, 6/2012 ASRock H77 Pro4/MVP ASRock are known for producing slightly quirky but well priced motherboards. See how the H77 Pro4/MVP fares. … to review

X79 Extreme4
Asrock X79 Extreme 4

LGA2011, Socket LGA2011; ATX; Features: SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start-Reset Button, …

Despite its slightly tacky gold highlights, the X79 Extreme4 is not just about the bling, and is actually a superb performer with interesting features such as an active cooler, a rare sight on an X79 …

3 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)


990FX Extreme 3
Asrock 990FX Extreme3

Socket AM3; ATX; Features: Quad-SLI Support, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

Micro Mart declared the ASRock 990FX Extreme3 motherboard to be a little unrefined, though they admit it is the lowest priced board in the test. It has a basic design and uses the 990FX

1 review | 19 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1191 (12-18 January 2012) Group Test: AMD AM3+ Motherboards The ideal choice, if you are building a cheap PC but want a decent amount of power, is the latest Bulldozer processor from AMD. A Socket AM3+ motherboard will support that, so find out which of the five here makes the best option. In test: Five AM3+ motherboards were reviewed and rated on quality and value. Final scores of 2 x 7 and 3 x 8 were awarded. … to review

Z 68 Pro 3
Asrock Z68 Pro 3

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function

It might not be the best featured mobo out there and it lacks support for more than one graphics card, but for Micro Mart, the Z68 Pro3 is an excellent choice overall. The BIOS is easy to update, its

3 reviews | 9 opinions (Above average)


More information at: TechRadar UK, 6/2011 ASRock Z68 Pro 3 A decently-priced Intel Z68 motherboard hits the market at last. … to review

P 67 Pro 3
Asrock P67 Pro3

LGA1155; ATX

"... ASRock has given proper consideration to backwards compatibility with the inclusion of three PCI expansion slots, but then it seems to have got carried away. ... who uses a floppy drive …

1 review | 2 opinions (Above average)


E350M1 USB3
Asrock E350M1/USB3

Mini-ITX; Features: Integrated processor, Integrated graphics chip

The most impressive aspect of the ASRock E350M1/USB3 was the value it offers, says Tom's Hardware, who called it a super-value and said that it blows the comparably-priced Foxconn right out of …

2 reviews


P 67 Transformer
Asrock P67 Transformer

Socket 1156; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

"... you get all the P67 goodies plus the ability to crank your Core i3/i5/i7 above 4GHz ... I'm impressed that ASRock showed how devious Intel is trying to be, but wish it had offered dual

2 reviews


More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1144 (10-16 February 2011) ASRock P67 Transformer The P55 chipset from Intel had a few foibles, one of which was the very limited number of PCI-Express lanes it possessed, forcing some to be run at half speed to allow enough lanes overall. ... … to review

Asrock Fatal1ty 990FX Professional
Asrock Fatal1ty 990FX Professional

Socket AM3+; ATX; Features: Overclocking- / Turbo Function, SLI-Crossfire Combination, Start- …

Offering a comprehensive set of bundled accessories, a three-year warranty, three USB 3.0 controllers and two BCM57781 controllers, the Fatal1ty 990FX Professional is good value for money in …

1 review | 2 opinions (Above average)


H-61-M U3-S3
Asrock H61M/U3S3

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

The ASRock H61M/U3S3 motherboard is very similar to the Foxconn model from this test but though it's smaller, it feels well laid out. Micro Mart found it easy to install a CPU cooler, as there …

1 review


Asrock P55 Extreme4
Asrock P55 Extreme4

Socket 1156; ATX; Features: Quad-SLI Support, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

The folks at ExpertReviews say that the Asrock P55 Extreme4 has everything you'll need if your goal is to get the most performance out of Intel's LGA 1156 line of processors, and for an …

2 reviews


990FX Extreme 4
Asrock 990FX Extreme4

Socket AM3; ATX

Although ASRock's 990FX Extreme4 is an amazing offering in all respects, especially thanks to new features such as XFast and its excellent connectivity and power management options, Micro Mart

1 review | 7 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1172 (25-31 August 2011) ASRock 990FX Extreme4 Most AMD 990 motherboards are mid-tier offerings, but ASRock has opted for the high-end version of the chipset, the 990FX, for this gaming-oriented offering. … to review

Asrock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3
Asrock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Heatpipes

In Bit-tech's opinion, the Z68 Extreme4 Gen3 is a great improvement for ASRock which not only looks the business but also manages for the most part to deliver the goods. Its feature set is

1 review | 7 opinions (Average)


More information at: Bit Tech, 9/2011 ASRock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3 ASRock's motherboards are solid and reliable, but they rarely stand out from the crowd. Can the Z68 Extreme4 Gen3 change that? … to review

Asrock 890FX Deluxe5
Asrock 890FX Deluxe5

Socket AM3; ATX

The low price of ASRock's 890FX Deluxe5 means some compromises are to be expected; in this case, poor overclocking capabilities, a laggy EFI and a certain dearth of features compared to more

1 review | 1 opinion (Average)


More information at: Bit Tech, 8/2011 ASRock 890FX Deluxe5 ASRock's P67 Extreme4 was an excellent proposition but it fell just short of getting an award from Bit-tech. Is its Socket AM3+ counterpart, the 890FX Deluxe5, an even better proposition? … to review

Z-68 Extreme 4
Asrock Z68 Extreme4

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Quad-SLI Support, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

Great build quality, an excellent component selection and rock-solid performance are compelling reasons to consider the Z68 Extreme 4, but it's its price which makes it a no-brainer buy in …

2 reviews


Asrock Z68M-ITX/HT
Asrock Z68M-ITX/HT

LGA1155; Mini-ITX

Despite being able to host a full-sized graphics card, having only two memory banks and no room for extra cooling means that the Z68M-ITX/HT is not the best choice for a powerful gaming rig. However, …

1 review


Asrock A75 Extreme6
Asrock A75 Extreme6

Socket FM1; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Integrated graphics chip

Although the Llano chipset this board is designed for is an integrated graphics solution, ASRock have included three PCI Express graphics slots, making it a gaming powerhouse. It is so incredibly …

1 review



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Product information and further reviews

High-End P67 Express: Five £150-200 Motherboards Tom's Hardware 4/2011 - With mainstream boards based on Intel's P67 Express chipset now priced well beyond £100, we reached into the £150-200 range to see what kinds of enhancements high-end buyers could expect just ahead of the anticipated Z68 Express launch. Review details: Five £150-£200 motherboards were reviewed and compared.

Asrock H67M-GE/HT Expert Reviews 3/2011 - Asrock’s H67M-GE/HT is a surprisingly inexpensive LGA1155 motherboard with a wealth of features. It doesn’t have many expansion slots, though - just one PCI, one PCI-E x16 and two PCI-E x1 slots, one of which will be blocked if you install a graphics card with a large cooler.

Asrock P55 Extreme4 Expert Reviews 3/2011 - Asrock’s P55 Extreme 4 is a snazzy looking ATX board designed for Intel’s socket LGA1156 processors. There’s a generous supply of expansion slots, with three PCI-E x1 slots, two PCI slots and a pair of PCI-E x16 slots that support both SLI and CrossFireX multi-graphics-card setups. It’s worth noting that dual x16 card configurations will only run each card at x8, though. Four memory slots can take up to 16GB of RAM at 1,866MHz.

Asrock 880G Extreme 3 Expert Reviews 9/2010 - Asrock's 880G Extreme 3 AM3 motherboard is a well-equipped ATX board with loads of expansion slots, SATA III, USB3 and an integrated ATI Radeon HD 4250 graphics processor. Its three PCI-E x16 slots support ATI's CrossFireX standard if you insist on having multiple graphics cards.

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