ASRock 990FX Extreme4 AMD All-in-one Driver
ASRock FX Extreme 4 Motherboard Review. by George Harris on November 2, Add Your Comments. Share. ASRock has given us an opportunity to review one of their midrange AMD boards, When you look at the box, and open up the flap to look at all the specs, This is pretty typical for AMD motherboards. Thank you for purchasing ASRock FX Extreme4 motherboard, a reliable moth- erboard SATA3. - 6 x SATA3 Gb/s connectors by AMD SB, support . ASRock Extreme Tuning Utility (AXTU) is an all-in-one tool to ne-tune different. ASRock Extreme4 Motherboard AMD AM3 AM3+ Tested . For the technology lovers, this motherboard has everything one could dream on a comouter.
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ASRock 990FX Extreme4 AMD All-in-one Driver
Comes with optional fan, although I opted not to use it.
Northbridge heatsink is secured with screws rather than pushpins. Turbo Core has not been confirmed.
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Very handy USB 3. My family liked this motherboard so much that we purchased one last year and had to hunt for one this year. None, except this motherboard is now EOLed with no comparable successor. I love how ASRock still allowed ASRock 990FX Extreme4 AMD All-in-one color on this motherboard capacitors, DIMM slots, expansion slots but wish that they would move away from the mono-black scheme that makes it hard to see what plug you're working with.
It does what you're wanting it to do. Whistles and bells, solid performance. Get it.
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You know you want to. Owned this mobo for a little over a year with NO issues. Really disappointed that it lasted such a short time for what I paid for it! Of course it's after a year, since the warranty was only good one year!.
Just before it died on me I had a few days that it would intermittently boot up. If I let it sit a day or so before trying again it would eventually start up again. Then it would freeze up on me again, and when I rebooted it wouldn't load anything. Now it's dead after sitting for a week and no hopes of resurrecting it.
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Components will fall apart, literally, like the SATA data ports on the motherboard. Once this happens, the company will claim the part has been abused and is no longer under warranty.
The board itself was sturdy and will probably last long. But that is hard to determine if you only plan to use the board in a review period.
I hope to take this board cold sometime in the near future to see how it will do for intro benchers. Thanks for the review, but I think several factors that set this motherboard apart from the competition were overlooked.
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The debug display and back panel CMOS clear button are very nice touches. As for performance, it will extract everything a high-end AMD processor is capable of delivering on a 24x7 basis. Firstly, I do not quite understand why you actually gave it your approval stamp, or why you might not have done it -- ASRock 990FX Extreme4 AMD All-in-one am missing the reasons.
I understand that the placement of the battery -- under the passive heatsink on the MOSFETs -- is stupid; arguably, it is the clumsiest place on the whole mainboard. Other than that, I see no drawbacks or faults, perhaps other than the purported ones on an UEFI page, which ASRock 990FX Extreme4 AMD All-in-one, however, just a small inconvenience, perhaps not even a nuisance.
Otherwise it is completely irrelevant - who cases about UEFI, anyway?! I do not spend weeks there tinkering with it, perhaps at most minutes, so a one-time delay of a few seconds is not a big show-stopper, at least not for me, definitely not.
RAM compatibility in Asrock 990FX Extreme 4 motherboard.
I do not understand you reasoning about the "average" and the "enthusiast" mainboard classes. Is an "enthusiast-class" supposed to be a freaky one, completely focused on overclocking tinkering, supporting it with the weirdest options, like overclocking through bluetooth with an iPhone, etc.?
On the other hand, I am missing an LPT port But ASRock has not included them for a while -- even the previous generation ASRock 990FX Extreme4 AMD All-in-one mainboards had to do without them. Indeed, unlike on many others, it is placed above the slot for the graphics card.