Posts Tagged: asrock

ASRock Z87 Extreme6 Motherboard Review

Another day, another LGA1150 motherboard. This time around it’s the ASRock’s Z87 Extreme6, a motherboard that sits somewhere between their mid-range and high-end offerings. During the last few CPU generations, ASRock has been known for making quality boards for a competitive price. Let’s see if the same holds true for the Haswell platform. Read More

ASRock Extends Warranty on Top Motherboard to 5 Years

ASRock announced that its flagship Z87 OC Formula motherboards will ship with an industry leading five years warranty. The new mainboard is built around the new Z87 chipset from Intel and is meant to support Haswell processors for socket 1150. Aimed at enthusiasts and overclockers, the board features hardware and software features to allow easy overclocking and stability, dual-stack MOSFETs, enhanced cooling and ASRock’s new waterproof conformal coating. Read More

ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6 Motherboard Review

Today we have another AMD FM2 platform motherboard for review. This time around it’s ASRock’s top offering, the FM2A85X Extreme6. Long known for providing the latest hardware at very affordable prices, ASRock is a well established name in the motherboard industry. So, let’s find out what ASRock has in store for us this time around! Read More

ASRock Z77 OC Formula Motherboard Review

ASRock has teamed up with world renowned overclocker Nick Shih to take a stab at making a high end overclocking based, yet functional for all users, motherboard named the Z77 OC Formula. Let’s dig in and see what they did to make this thing work. Read More

ASRock Z77 Extreme4 Motherboard Review

ASRock has made quite an effort to infiltrate the enthusiast level market as of late, and their “Extreme” line of motherboards is one of their stronger attempts at doing just that. Read along as we take an in depth look at the Z77 Extreme4 Read More

ASRock Z68 Extreme4 Motherboard Review

We will be taking a look at ASrock’s Z68 Extreme4 motherboard. Prior to the Z68 chipset’s release on May 11th, one had to choose between using the iGPU on the Sandybridge-based chips (H67 chipset) or overclocking and not using the iGPU (P67 chipset). With Z68 we have the best of both worlds, lets see how it stacks up. Read More