- Processor Socket: Intel - LGA 1155
- Form Factor: ATX
- Chipset Type: Intel P67
- RAM Memory Technology: DDR3 1600
- RAM Memory Size: 32 GB
ASRock MB-P67E4G3 LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
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- SATA 6Gb/s: 4 x SATA 6Gb/s (SATA3_M2 connector is shared with eSATA3 port)
- Memory Standard: DDR3 2133(OC) / 1866(OC) / 1600 / 1333 / 1066
- North Bridge: Intel P67
- CPU Socket Type: LGA 1155
- Number of Memory Slots: 4??240pin
- USB 3.0: 2 x USB 3.0
- IEEE 1394: 1 x IEEE 1394a
- Form Factor: ATX
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But the board has a ton of great features for the price you pay. You get 2 intel sata 3 ports and 2 marvel sata 3 ports. Meaning you can run up to 4 sata 3 ssd's. You also get firewire and esata and a bunch of usb 3 ports on the back, and a front panel usb 3 adapter. The onboard sound is good. You also get asrock's usb and lan optimizations that are supposed to give you faster usb and lower pings in your favorite fps. You also get 2 way sli and 3 way x-fire.
The board construction seems really high quality and looks cool. I like the look of the gold caps. The uefi is easy to use and so is the real time overclocking software. Overall it's a great value and I hope Amazon starts stocking it.
UEFI BIOS is pretty nice, but I'd be just as at home with a regular BIOS that had mouse maneuverability. Great overclocking features but nothing that any other board manufacturer doesn't have.
This board is stable but there are a few items that I have personally had trouble with:
-The USB3.0 is really finicky. Sometimes USB2.0 devices work on the USB3 ports, sometimes they don't. Not different devices, we're talking the same devices. Still haven't got this one fixed after newest driver install and latest BIOS update.
-Sometimes the computer "hangs" on boot when certain devices are plugged into certain USB ports. When a USB2 mouse and USB2 keyboard are plugged into certain USB2 ports, the computer just hangs and will not boot into the Operating System. After quite a few tests, I finally found out which combination these 2 devices have to be plugged into.
Still, I find myself plugging in other devices into other rear USB2 ports and the problem persists - so I just don't use some of the ports. The original shipping BIOS did not fix this, nor the newest BIOS, nor the newest drivers from ASRock. One more thing... you can tell the computer is going to hang as there will be a slight "pixel line" through the ASRock splash screen. Weird.
-The board has 2 SATA6 onboard ports and states that if you use the eSATA port on the back panel, that the hard drive connected to SATA connection #5 will be disabled. With that being said, my #5 connecor doesn't pick up any drive connected to it - ever. Again, no updates, driver or BIOS, have fixed this issue.Read more ›
Update: The mobo fry after I plugged in all the fans and used 4 sata ports. It was two days after the return window but Amazon let me RIMA it and send me a replacement. Amazon is totally AWESOME! The replacement works fine but I'm sure not to stress the Mobo's chassis fans headers. I'd recommend to stay away from chassis Fan_1.
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I'm very satisfied with this motherboard, it has everything I may need and works great, and it even has two aditional usb 3 ports you can install in front or back. Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Jose
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This motherboard has got to be one of the best ones I have ever used. It has plenty of SATA and USB ports, nice BIOS for overclocking, and pretty easy to install. Read morePublished on March 29, 2012 by A. Chee
After MUCH consideration and many builds under my belt, I decided to give ASRock a chance for my Intel 2600k build. Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by Dugger
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