Intel’s upcoming Haswell-E HEDT (high-end desktop) platform will be launching soon and with it so will the X99 chipset. Of course that means a whole slew of new X99 motherboards. While some X99 motherboards were shown at Computex this year they were prototypes and not final versions. In a recent press briefing in Taiwan, ASRock showed off three of their X99 motherboards, which look to be the final versions.
ASRock has had a partnership with the Fatal1ty brand for a while now. With the introduction of Intel’s Z97 chipset ASRock has released three Fatal1ty-branded motherboards, today we will be looking at the Fatal1ty Z97 Killer. Of course being Fatal1ty-branded we know that this board is going to cater to gamers. With that said it does offer gaming features like the Killer E2200 Intelligent Networking Platform, ASRock’s Gaming Armor which has loads of features, Purity Sound 2 audio, ASRock Key Master software and you even get a 3 month premium license of XSplit to stream and broadcast your gaming skills. Is this the next motherboard for you? Read on as we take a look…
Following the official announcement of Intel Pentium 20th Anniversary Edition G3258 CPU at COMPUTEX 2014, today ASRock Inc. unveils Z97 Anniversary (ATX) and Z97M Anniversary (Micro ATX) correspondingly. ASRock also provides “Pentium Anniversary Boost” technology along with these two motherboards for the easiest overclocking ever, as users are able to experience better computing performance with only few keystrokes!
ASRock Inc., one of global leading motherboard manufacturers keeps breaking new world records! Last week, we just saw two new world records of 7181.23 MHz and 1601 marks in Intel XTU achieved by John Lam, an overclocker from HKEPC OC with ASRock Z97 OC Formula motherboard and Intel Core i7-4770K CPU. Today, the legendary overclocker Nick Shih also has reached an incredible 7003.38 MHz with ASRock Z97 OC Formula and the latest Intel “Devil’s Canyon” unlocked 4th Gen Core i7-4790K CPU, ranking the top 1 at HWBOT.org!
It looks like everyone is showing off their X99 motherboards at Computex! ASRock was not only showing just one board, but two boards actually and even revealed which board they were, which are the X99 Extreme 6 and the X99 Extreme 4.
ASRock Inc., the global leading motherboard manufacturer, unveils the brand new Intel 9 series motherboards with ASRock Super Alloy technology! Packing the Intel Z97 / H97 chipsets, ASRock 9 series Super Alloy motherboards provide great compatibility and fully support the 5th, New 4th and 4th Generation Intel Core Processors in Socket 1150.
ASRock has just rolled out a low-power computing motherboard based on the Intel Celeron J1900 “Bay Trail” SoC, the Q1900DC-ITX. The SoC has a quad core x86-64 CPU clocked at 2.0 GHz, with a turbo boost speed of up to 2.42 GHz.
Some more important questions of today’s world might also revolve around as to what are the complete qualities that separate a gaming motherboard from the customary motherboards out there? Right away ASRock explains the meaning of true gaming motherboards with their new Killer Series – Z87 Killer, B85 Killer, 990fx Killer and Fm2a88x+ Killer
ASRock has just announced a new gaming motherboard and interestingly enough it is using Intel’s B85 chipset. The board in question is the Fatal1ty B85 Killer Motherboard which features Killer E2200 Series LAN, Gaming Armor, Key Master and XSplit.
ASRock has recently introduced their Z87 Extreme11/ac motherboard for Intel’s 4th generation Haswell processors. This board is ASRock’s most high-end board and has many features that enthusiasts and overclockers will like. The thing that really stands out about this motherboard is the amount of storage you can have on it, there are 22 SATA ports!
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