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Product Reviews

ASRock X58 Extreme ATX Intel Motherboard
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 6.83/10

Review Date: 09/12/13
Affordable, simple OC, just as good as my P6T Deluxe. Presently running stable at 3.6GHz. none This issue has handled almost everything I throw at it. The rest of the make:i7 920BFG GTX260 (too bad they went beneathƝx1GB G. Talent F3-12800CL9-1GBNQ @ 1440MHzHDDsɅTB primary storage160GB Win 7 boot3x74GB RAID0 alternate bootVigor Monsoon III cpu heatsinkAntec 300 caseI had two seperate win7 installs (one for work, 1 for the children). Quite simple to setup RAID.Got antsy, so split the RAID into three seperate drives for a multiboot method operating win7, Kubuntu 10.ten, Xubuntu 10.four, and will be adding Crunchbang. All the installs have went flawlessly; every little thing recognized with no troubles.Amazing board for the price. This ranks right up there with my Asus P6T Deluxe OC, but for considerably less. All round, the Asrock-based method offers me 90% of the capability of the Asus-based system, but for ឬ% of the cost. Can't beat that...

Review Date: 09/08/13
The board is low cost and versatile The MB does not final lengthy I bought this board due to the fact it was 1 of the "Best Purchase" boards with very good rating. I built my computer and it ran like a dream. It was operating great untill about a month ago when I started having power concerns with the board. I debugged it various times to get it back to normal. 2 day ago, the board went on a rampage and started pulling energy from my PS like crazy. I shut it down, rebooted into safe and started hunting at the numbers. All the voltages jumped off the charts, so soon after resetting them, I stated it back up and it ran great for about 10 mins. Than it crashed. I pulled power and allowed it to cool down and reset, turned it back on in safe, checked the numbers once again, and yes, the voltages had been through the roof.. once again. Reset, once more, turn on, lasted five mins than fried. Not content. The board worked excellent untill it began going ape mad, but in my opion, any board that can only run for 6 months at stock setting is a waste of money. This board was developed to be O.C. and it couldn't.

Review Date: 08/28/13
Appears functional Did recognize additional than 1 Dimm. Exactly where is the high quality manage? I see that several other persons had the same issue.

Review Date: 08/26/13
Nice layout and attributes for the dollars. Worked OK for a month then created issues. USB ports kept dropping out. Windows froze throughout startup or took a loooong time to completely boot up. Couldn't wake pc up from sleep mode....had to restart. Couldn't even get my program to recognize my 5.1 surround sound program (Creative Labs Xi-Fi card)...only two.1 would seem as an choice. Replaced board with a different brand and all these troubles went away. I was hoping for additional immediately after reading the evaluations but ended up being disappointed in this board.

Review Date: 08/17/13
- Wonderful expansion slots, I can have two GPUs at complete bandwith and use the x4 slot for a USB three./SATA 6 controller.- Has PSǘ ports and PCI slots.- six triple channel memory slots up to 24GB 򜯐.- Onboard audio and onboard LAN functioning good.- Overclocking by way of BIOS worked wonderful, you can save profiles that include all your BIOS settings. - No onboard USB 3./SATA six.- Had to manually configure RAM settings. I got this motherboard for a lot cheaper than I could have gotten just about any other 1366 board.I did update the BIOS to P2.five.Haven't had any challenges at all.My Create:Antec 300 IllusionAntec BP550 PlusCore i7 930 ʃ.4GHzǗ.08VMSI Cyclone 1GB GTX 460 ﴹ񳐤MHz2x2GB Mushikin Silverline DDR3 1333500GB WD Caviar Black

Review Date: 07/25/13
**Excelent layout (If you got substantial graphic cards it would not intefere with your sata II conectors)**Double Spacing for the PCI-E x16, that suggests no additional blocked PCI-E x1 for your sound card, NIIICE.**Excelent BIOS, really intuitive, even a youngster could go tru the settings (not recomended)**All nice extras ( OC ram,to 2000Mhz, Auto OC, such and such) with out the additional value tag is anything worth mentioning**Support the Latest I7 core , the 980x Extreme, so, there is lots of room to upgrade later down the road.**Tom Advisable! 2009, and theres an additional ASROCK Tom Encouraged for 2010, slowly but certainly ASROCK is gaining a nice industry share.**Runs smoothly and quiet, and loads fairly rapid ( even with the lowest i7 for 1366, the 920) The only Con i have discovered is that there are a lot of unfavorable critiques here, and plus ASROCK been a reduce finish of the ASUS family, it lefts numerous people wondering if the dangers outweights the positive aspects.TRUST ME, ASROCK is as excellent as EVGA, GIGABYTE, MSI or EVEN ASUS itself. Ahead of this i had purchased an ASUS P6T and died on me after 4 months. Following all that hassle i stated, **** that i ll obtain the cheapest i can uncover. So far no regrets :) I need to say tho, that i purchased an Open Box product, there wasn't missing anything, but the manual was torn apart, no massive deal, i download a pdf from the internet. Other issue that i notice was that the back, exactly where the PS2, and USB are, had been slightly tilted upwards, practically out of the Mobo (perphaps not appropriately welded?), i pushed it downwards to its place, it worked like a charm :) :DIf you are hunting this review, Buy it. I recommend, you appear for discounts on ASROCK items as they often got good bargains right here in Newegg

Review Date: 07/20/13
Incredible Mobo, the very best mobo that i have ever purchased, i bought the i7 950 and this, and i have to say the characteristics on this board are much better then all competitors. Asrock immediate boot, makes ur pc boot in 5-eight secs, effortless for overclocking.. supports triple channel ram which is hot.. none, expect had to update bios which was a cake.. I7 950 at 3.8GhzAsrock X58 Extreme3x 2gb Geil black dragon 1333mhzGalaxy GTX 260+ OC edition650W cool master psu1.five tb 7200 sata 2

Review Date: 07/12/13
Right after a lot of analysis I crossed my fingers and overlooked some of the "nightmare" testimonials that were left about this board. Now I'm starting to wonder if some of these unfortunate souls have been misplacing their dissapointment on this board when an additional component was causing their challenges.I purchased this board mostly due to the fact I wanted two soundcards (gaming, music recording) and with my crossfire setup .. I was capable to have a x1 and common PCI offered. So far. It's operating cool, fired suitable up, looks fine, doesn't have the MSI Northbridge heat issues, has a nice bios, lots of area for expansion, and most importantly .... Works! The "OC Tuner" computer software that manages temp readings, overclocking, and fan control doesn't in fact contol "Chassis Fan 2" (changing levels does absolutely nothing) and doesn't even give me the solution to control the "Power fan" ... which appears like a missed chance. ... I orded some manual tuners that stick inside the case. I wish there have been far more than 4 fan connectors. and I want they have been all controlled by the application. The USB's on the front of my case act truly sketchy with external difficult drives. Not positive if this is a case challenge or the motherboard.

Review Date: 06/25/13
I received the replacement board, tore down my machine once more, and installed it with higher hopes. It will not boot into Windows 7 64bit. I formatted the SSD drive and tried re-installing the OS but ran into an error and the installation aborted. I tried installing the OS on a WD Raptor 150 HDD but the mouse and keyboard wouldn't perform. I removed the board put back in my Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R. I had to reinstall Windows 7 on my OCZ 100GB SSD and was shocked by how rapid the installation went as opposed to the try on the Asrock board.

Review Date: 06/09/13
Constructed three systems working with i7 920, 950 and the six-core 980X. All systems configured with 12GByte rapidly memory and Intel X25M SSD (with 4 GB HDD on each). Graphics are ATI 5770, 5850 and 5870 respectively. All builds had been difficulty absolutely free. See other thoughts. Close proximity of memory to CPU calls for careful choice of soon after market cooler. Arctic Rev 2 tends to foul tall memory and corsair ram coolers. Other heat sinks did not have this challenge and on reflection it is almost certainly a limitation on all x58 mobos. I can't say for sure. With 12GB Ɩ x 2GB) I did not have a big quantity of achievement overclocking the memory beyond 1600 but I seriously wasn't concerned sufficient to pursue the issue. All systems are rock steady. With SSD don\'t forget to configure your machine to AHCI or you will subsequently want to reconfigure 2 flags in the registry to switch from IDE to AHCI. If obtaining Intel, recall to verify for a TRIM firmware download that could be essential - this can be accomplished post the OS installation (driver is in the kind of an iso). Older boards may need a BIOS update for the 980X. Mine did not; memory and all 12 HT cores are present. I advise you check the contacts on the chip carrier just before inserting your cpu. Make confident they all appear fantastic beneath a magnifying glass! One particular board was RMA'ed due to bent pins on the socket, nonetheless this was found ahead of any startup and the replacement worked fine.

Review Date: 06/06/13
It has all the standard features found on the X58 platform The S/PDIF output on the motherboard in no way has worked. I just regarded it too huge a hassle to send back just for that. The USBs had been generally shutting down and not coming on even after rebooting many instances. This occurred about as soon as every single two weeks and lasted for hours on finish. The motherboard finally went nowadays. It truly caught on fire. Which is somewhat thrilling, but since I purchased it a year and 2 months ago, I'm out about 赨 for a new motherboard. Will surely not advocate Asrock to people I know constructing a method. I have been dissatisfied all through my ownership of it. And apparently the Asrock customer service team is off work for two weeks for the Chinese New Year. Which is not significantly worse than how they usually are, given that they only accept e-mails and only respond right after 3 days.

Review Date: 06/05/13
Exceptional interface for overclocking plus a reset switch appropriate on the board, lots of oldschool interfaces for floppy disks and old cd-roms (to me this is a plus I recycle alot of components) and lots of PCI slots of all type. This mobo flat out died on me soon after six months of use. I plugged an analog audio jack into its back socket (I had previously utilised a headphone jack in my laptop case's front panel) and it crashed, in no way to effectively post or boot up again (it would only effectively run for about 30 seconds before crashing.) I lost cash, time and information, producing this a 1 egg overview regardless of the pros. The awful warranty policy (there generally is no warranty if you study the fine print) need to have indicated to me that this was a terrible solution. The clear problem with this product is good quality handle. It worked fine for six months and the thing that destroyed it was an AUDIO JACK dilemma? Thats ludicrous. My feeling is that ASRock tends to make a decent solution all round but does not attend to ensuring the good quality of every individual element of the motherboard. A "mostly good" motherboard will work excellent for a certain amount of time, sufficient for the solution replacement policy to run out, and then it will die on you.

Review Date: 05/29/13
no cons, as both motherboards had been DOA wouldn't perform.. DOA (second board, first was DOA)Powers on for 2 seconds, shuts down, and repeats this over & more than. ASRock tech assistance sent difficulty shooting procedures, but it has to Stay ON for far more than two sconds to difficulty shoot. ASRock tech assistance said on the second dead board to return it for a refund.. I am switching back to ASUS (tried to save a couple of dollars by obtaining as ASRock... sent hours installing and returning the items) From now on... I will stick with ASUS or Gigabyte motherboards.

Review Date: 05/29/13
The only pro about this encounter was the really valuable and very understanding individuals in Newegg's buyer service & RMA departments who helped me get out of this ASRock nightmare. I ordered an ASRock many weeks ago. It arrived DOA. Newegg RMA'ed it and sent me a replacement of the identical make and model. It was also Dead On Arrival. Not even an error code on either motherboard to inform me what was wrong. I purchased this solution mainly because of a overview & endorsement from Tom's Hardware. Sometime in the final couple of months, ASRock have to have changed one thing about their manufacturing course of action. Perhaps they contracted with a various factory or maybe they fired all of their Excellent Handle employees to save funds. Tom's Hardware must re-evaluate this solution simply because ASRock is making Tom's review course of action look bad. The individual in Newegg's customer service division got me a store credit on the second DOA ASRock motherboard rapidly, effortlessly, and painlessly. I will apply Newegg's retailer credit to the buy of another manufacturer's motherboard when the RMA'ed ASRock is received at Newegg.I need to send a bill to ASRock for the time that they forced me to waste on their dead items. Newegg ought to seriously reconsider promoting this product line.Greatest guidance: Do *NOT* get this motherboard. It does not work, it won't even turn on!

Review Date: 05/28/13
Fairly low-cost motherboard with lots of capabilities, operates nicelyThe error code LCD indicator is a very good idea, but see cons Error code LED give codes that are apparently invalid (not in the manual or anyplace on the web page that I could fine) - it's a good notion, but worse than useless when the codes are wrong. If this occurs to you, try reseating all the components, such as really hard drives - that seemed to repair the difficulty for me. I'd obtain an additional if I necessary to.

Review Date: 05/27/13
The largest Pro is the fact I purchased an open box version for a C-note and anything was included in the box even the Sli bridge. Really simple to setup. Have the memory running at 1800 and the CPU 3.6 (i7 930), all I had to do is select the auto overclock in the bios and the speed I wanted to run. I had bought this to test my CPU. I had bought a Foxxcon Flamingblade and much less than a minute into preparing the bios for set up it went up in smoke. Glad I purchased this. I was so impessed I went ahead and employed it for my new develop. I purchased the Flamingblade insted of this the first time around. I have purchased Open box ahead of and was expecting the identical old white box with only a motherboard inside. What I located was a comprehensive kit .It looked as if it had never even been applied. All the plastic bags were nonetheless intact, I am guessing an individual bought this and a 1156 socket CPU and had to send it back.My compter specs:ASRock x58 Intense MotherboardIntel i7 930 operating at three.6GHzVital Ballistix Tracer Ɠ x 2GB) in RED operating 1800PNY nvidia 470 GTXCORSAIR Cooling Hydro Series H50HITACHI Deskstar 1TBCoolerMaster Storm Scout caseRocket Fish 900watt energy supplyLiteOn DVD burner

Review Date: 05/21/13
Very good price tag, Uncomplicated OC BIOS, six memory slots, nice layout I have four machines operating with the identical board and oc'ed ʃ.8GhzOne particular board developed fleaky nic difficulties following 2 months. I have to obtain add-on network pci card to workaround it.An additional board died right after 3 months ʄ.Ghz OC. I RMAed it and got back a replacement from ASRock.

Review Date: 05/18/13
It was a great economical board. < 6 months old and it won't post. It just crashed on me. The primary board just won't post at all. It is 11 days just before the 6th month time of ownership. Let's see how/if I get outcomes type the RMA/Repair portion of ASRock.

Review Date: 05/18/13
Inexpensive, function wealthy. Inexpensive. 1st board is DOA. Had to RMA and get a replacement. Then the new board is still unstable. Regularly, it merely can not wake from sleep. Blue screen sometimes. You can save dollars and headaches by getting a far more pricey but far more excellent motherboard from ASUS or Gigabyte. My earlier machines' Gigabyte motherboard still works properly following 10 years.

Review Date: 05/17/13
Simple setup, powerful bios, good board layout. I've built a dozen or so computer systems and this board was the easiest to set up by far. Posted on the very first boot, effortless to install devices...you can't beat this board for the price tag. None so far.

Review Date: 05/04/13
none.. practically nothing exceptional about the mobo. went affordable and got it doa. dont have substantially luck with this brand so I wont be buying from Asrock again. Possibly greater high quality control will tempt me to obtain once more but i doubt Asrock cares!

Review Date: 03/29/13
excellent for the value and went nicely with my 920 and every thing else acutlaly automatically clock my 888 24 ddr3 1600 ram at 777 19 :D Lasted significantly less than a year and rmaing it

Review Date: 03/18/13
Worked out of the box devoid of any troubles. None

Review Date: 03/08/13
Loaded with capabilities, low price tag and tons of USB ports. Application controls make overclocking really simple. Requires up lots of actual estate, but what do you expect when its loaded with this quite a few attributes. I am not a fan of AMI bios, but that's what it comes with and the system that it comes with tends to make controlling things so simple.

Review Date: 02/23/13
Specs and characteristics. Initial time I powered on no challenges. Second time it wouldnt even POST tried every thing i could feel of to get it to perform but absolutely nothing helped. RMAd for a new board and will post new assessment when i get it
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Brand ASRock
Model X58 Extreme
Supported CPU
CPU Socket Type LGA 1366
CPU Type Core i7 (LGA1366)
North Bridge Intel X58
South Bridge Intel ICH10R
Number of Memory Slots 6240pin
Memory Standard DDR3 2000(OC)/1866(OC)/1600(OC)/1333 (OC)/1066
Maximum Memory Supported 24GB
Channel Supported Triple Channel
Expansion Slots
PCI Express 2.0 x16 3 x PCI Express 2.0 x16 slots (blue @ x16 mode, orange @ x4 mode) (Double-wide slot spacing between each PCI-E slot)
PCI Express x1 2
PCI Slots 2
Storage Devices
PATA 1 x ATA133 IDE connector (supports 2 x IDE devices)
SATA 3Gb/s 6
SATA RAID 0/1/5/10 Matrix RAID
Onboard Video
Onboard Video Chipset None
Onboard Audio
Audio Chipset Realtek ALC890
Audio Channels 8 Channels
Onboard LAN
LAN Chipset Realtek 8111DL
Max LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
Rear Panel Ports
PS/2 2
USB 1.1/2.0 6 x USB 2.0
IEEE 1394 1 x IEEE 1394a
eSATA 1 x Power eSATA/USB connector
S/PDIF Out 1 x Optical, 1 x Coaxial
Audio Ports 6 Ports
Onboard USB
Onboard USB 2 x USB 2.0 headers (support 4 USB 2.0 ports)
Onboard 1394
Onboard 1394 1 x 1394a
Physical Spec
Form Factor ATX
Dimensions 12.0" x 9.6"
Power Pin 24 Pin
Features ASRock DuraCap (2.5 x longer life time), 100% Japan-made high-quality Conductive Polymer Capacitors
Advanced V8 Power Phase Design
Supports ATI CrossFireX, 3-Way CrossFireX and Quad CrossFireX
Supports NVIDIA SLI and Quad SLI
All Solid Capacitor design (100% Japan-made high-quality Conductive Polymer Capacitors)
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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