|Screen Resolution||2048 x 1536|
|RAM||32768 MB DDR3 1066|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1760 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
ASRock LGA1155/Intel B75/DDR3/Quad CrossFireX/SATA3&USB3.0/A&V&GbE/MicroATX Motherboard B75 PRO3-M
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- Supports: 2nd/3rd Generation Intel Core i7/ i5/ i3 Processors, Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology, Hyper-Threading Technology
- Chipset: Intel B75
- Memory: 4x DDR3-2200 (OC)/1600/1333/1066 DIMM Slots, Dual Channel, Non-ECC, Un-buffered, Max Capacity of 32GB
- Slots: 1x PCI-Express 3.0 x16 Slot, 1x PCI- Express 2.0 x16 Slot (runs at x4), 2x PCI Slots
- SATA: 3x SATA3 Ports, 5x SATA2 Ports
- Ports: 8x USB 2.0 Ports (4 rear, 4 via headers), 4x USB 3.0 Ports (2 rear, 2 via header), 1x PS/2 Keyboard Port, 1x VGA Port, 1x DVI Port, 1x HDMI Port, 1x Optical SPDIF Out, 1x RJ45 LAN Port, Audio I/O Jacks
- Power Connector: 1x 24pin ATX Power Connector, 1x 8pin 12V Power Connector
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ASRock B75 PRO3-M LGA1155/ Intel B75/ DDR3/ Quad CrossFireX/ SATA3&USB3.0/ A&V&GbE/ MicroATX Motherboard
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- Supports 32 GB of RAM (great for virtualization)
- Lots of SATA ports (8 total)
- Wider then some ATX motherboards
Core i7 3770
32 GB Crucial DDR3-1600 memory. Low profile
Mixture of SSD and HDD drives.
I use these as cheap drive/ram servers.
- price - great for the feature set / stability
- 8 sata ports - granted they aren't all sata III, but having 8 instead of the usual 6 on a board this cheap is *really* useful.
- video ports - lets me run it w/o adding a card
- 4 dimm slots - cheap to populate w/32gb of ddr3 ram
- mATX form factor - takes up less real estate :)
- cheap cpus - board will take 2nd gen core i3 chips
- This is more of a nit than a con, but there doesn't seem to be a *single* led on the board anywhere. So when I power it on, the only way I know the board has power (without a monitor attached) is to see if the cpu fan is spinning.
The board supports efi booting of course and its bios setup is just ok, but has all the normal configuration options. It can be difficult to find various settings at times as they aren't always in intuitive locations. Booting and installing from a USB stick works fine, just don't use the USB3.0 ports.
So, why the 5 star rating for something that was initially defective? It would be extremely difficult to match this boards features, performance, ease of use and quality at that price. I was in the electronics industry for many years and products that are defective sometimes make it through quality control and get out. It is not intentional. Every company has a % of defective product. Most strive to keep that number as low as possible. I have built many PC's using ASRock Boards and this was the first time I have had any problems.
I highly recommend this board for a mid range system.
If this is your first time like I did, make sure you pay attention to the little details, so you don't get burned down the road. A stupid mistake and it won't happen again on my part.
Things I wish I would have looked for: 2 PCI-E x16 slots, this one only has 1 PCI-E 16, and another PCI-E x4 I believe. I considered doing 2 GTX 760's and it turns out that I can't. Also pay attention to PSU wattage, especially if you plan on having more than one video card.