Our correspondent on the ground managed to snag this picture. Looks like it will the same feature set as its P67 sibling – 16+2 power phase digital PWM design, Dual LAN, 500hz Fatal1ty mouse port for gamers, 100% Japan-made high-quality Conductive Polymer Capacitors and 3x PCIe x16 lanes for your insatiable Crossfire/SLi Rigs.
So far ECS is the only motherboard manufacturer to officially reveal some of its upcoming products for Computex, while pretty much everything else has been leaks. However, now ASRock has launched its Computex portal and we're looking at a pretty interesting selection of new products being showcased.
It looks like ASRock has had itchy fingers and has launched its Z68 boards a little bit on the early side, as all three of its Z68 boards are now listed on its website alongside a dedicated portal for the boards. We've already covered the boards in pretty good detail, but we missed a couple of things
Earlier, we have shown you a quick preview of their flagship Z68 Extreme4 board and now ASRock has officially unveiled it along with two more Z68 boards; the Z68 Pro3 and Z68 Pro3-M. Both models focused on value and Pro3-M is mATX based. They possess basic features like dual channel DDR3 2133, USB 3.0, SATA3, D-Sub, DVI-D,
We are pleased to check out two upcoming boards from ASRock which Chris Lee, marketing director of ASRock is proudly holding. On the right is the ASRock Z68 Extreme4 board which is unveiled recently and on the left is the ASRock P67 Fatal1ty Performance board, a cheaper counterpart to the P67 Fatal1ty Professional board. Last but not least,
We're getting very close to the launch of Z68 chipset based motherboards now and details of the first boards are already starting to arrive en masse. A picture of ASRock's Z68 Extreme4 motherboard has turned up over at TechPowerUp and we're looking at a pretty feature packed board that has a couple of interesting
Most motherboard manufacturers claim that their latest AM3 motherboards are AM3+ capable after a mere BIOS update. ASRock claims that this is not the case and claims that there are no less than six reasons to buy an ASRock "real AM3+ motherboard".
ASRock decided to show off its Z68 board as CeBIT too and it actually looks like one of the better boards that have been shown so far. We're not entirely sold on the colour scheme, but that's really a minor issue considering that ASRock appears to have loaded up the Z68 Extreme4 with pretty much
Looking for an Intel Atom alternative? This might very well be your answer. ASRock has launched the PV530 micro-ATX motherboard, designed to offer a compelling yet energy-efficient computer experience – low cost does not necessarily mean low performance. Using an integrated VIA PV530 central processing unit (CPU) and VIA VX900 IGP chipset, it is targeted
ASRock is preparing two AMD Socket AM3 Deluxe4 series motherboards: the 890FX-Deluxe4 based on AMD’s 890FX chipset, and the 890GX-Deluxe4 based on AMD’s 890GX chipset. What is interesting on these two boards is the implementation of not one, but two USB 3.0 controllers. Why the need for two controllers?