ASROCK A75 EXTREME6 MOTHERBOARD DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||11.4 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
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ASROCK A75 EXTREME6 MOTHERBOARD DRIVER
The motherboard sports of measly heat sinks over the FSH and VRM region and toned down colour making it rather low profile unlike its specs. For ASRock A75 Extreme6 Motherboard the time I wished the A symbol to glow during dark. Despite of plethora of components and expandability options, the company has managed to keep the overall layout neat and clean.
There is ample space between ram slots and the cpu retention bracket to house huge heatsink and fans. The VRM region of the board is cooler by a decent sized heat sink; near the heat sink you will have an 8 pin power connector to fuel ASRock A75 Extreme6 Motherboard CPU. The CPU area boasts of ASRock A75 Extreme6 Motherboard fan headers providing ample cooling space. The socket area provides 3 pins making it easy for users to opt for push pull setup with high end coolers. The option of plethora of fan headers just takes away the hassle of fan installation.
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Moving to the right, there are 4 dimms slots toned in blue and white color. Featuring such a high speed memory is a plus point for Llano since the performance is directly proportional to the speed of the ram.
For better performance ASRock recommends installing ram in white slots. Dual channel can be achieved by installing modules in slots of same color. In addition to high speed memory support ASRock Extreme 6 comes laden with high quality components.
Solid state capacitors albeit ASRock homegrown Dura Cap capacitors and chokes providing higher performance. Moving to the lower side, you will notice a whopping 8 Sata 3. The board comes with convenient Power On and Reset switches which makes the work easier. Even the mediocre Jetway GX used to display temps using similar approach. Flipping away there lies the sheer beauty of the board. The array of expandable PCI slots for users. Even though the last slot is supposed to be a x16 based PCIe slot due to dearth of bandwidth provided by A75 FCH its limited to x4 mode. ASRock A75 Extreme6 Motherboard
This creates a speculation as to why add an additional slot x16 which serves practically no purpose. A bit led down for users aiming for multiple GPU solution. The back of board comes with regular assortment of options with the ubiquitous PS2 port, 2 USb3. Moving forward we have another USB 3. There are 5 aux ports with an optical out. Few things to note that the addition USB 3. Over all the board gets thumbs up from the build and features point of view. Looks though subjective, could have been a lot better considering this is an enthusiast class board. With shader crude power, graphics intense application works smoothly until and unless you tune the setting to the maximum. We used the highest settings possible over all screen resolution to ensure that this based game does bring the IGP to the knees.
ASRock Extreme 6 managed to trample the Asus offering in lower resolution but slipped when the resolution were cranked up. Unigine Sanctuary Benchmark Unigine is a cross platform graphics engine provider that release handful of benchmarks and games for end users. Based on its engine, Unigine has released many benchmarking software to stress test the graphics engine of the system. We will be testing the Llano with the Sanctuary test suite of Unigine. The software suite comes with arrays of inbuilt test suite chocking the hardware system and getting the best out of them.
Being a multithreaded benchmark, it is optimize to test the multi core aspect of the CPU and rely heavily on speed. Wheatstone test is another processor specific arithmetic calculation from Sisoft Sandra. Its primarily aimed for measuring the floating ASRock A75 Extreme6 Motherboard performance of the CPU. Asus board has a small lead over ASRock in the sisoft test. In these benchmarks we have used three of the popular benchmarks provided by Aida i. Blender Benchmarks Blender is a free and open source rendering and compositing software for 3d modeling. Hmmmm how to say this nicely I RMA'ed it back to As-rocks at a cost of about 10 bucks to me and received back another MB that was pretty obviously someone else RMA as it came with no installation Hardware not a problem i had the old stuff no manuals once again no problem no driver cd once again no problem but it came in a box that was turned inside out and was for a different MB completely okay I had a bit of a problem here and even came with little scratches around the screw holes from previous install and scratches on power plug in and other plug ins okay I had a major problem here and when the video quit working on this MB also after only 2 weeks well I have a Problem With that also, system still boots up and works great, just cant SEE anything Other Thoughts: As-rocks customer service was great to work with, some girl named Stephanie needs a raise I'm thinking, very prompt emails and made the rma very simple, on the other hand I now have a "OPEN-Box previously used" product that I paid 10 bucks over full price for when shipping of first MB is considered and still have a computer that only a blind person could use, this would have been my 3rd asrocks computer with another planned very soon, now Im rethinking my MB manufacturer decision 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
ASRock A75 Extreme6, FM1, AMD Motherboard
Did you? Yes Thanks for the valuable feedback you provided! A75 Extreme6. ASRock DuraCap ( x longer life time), % Japan made high quality conductive polymer capacitors. Support for Socket FM1 W processors. Supports Dual Channel DDR3 +(OC). P P Onboard APU.
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