ASRock X58 SuperComputer Motherboard Review

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ASRock X58 SuperComputer Motherboard Review

Postby Apoptosis » Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:18 am

ASRock X58 SuperComputer Motherboard Review

The ASRock X58 SuperComputer motherboard is the flagship Intel motherboard for ASRock and it is loaded with features like four PCI Express 2.0 slots and support for all Intel Core i7 processors! Read on to see how this board does against the Intel Desktop Board DX58SO and see if we can get an air cooled processor over 4GHz with the X58 SuperComputer motherboard.

The ASRock X58 SuperComputer was a fantastic performer, had great overclocking potential, and had a decent bundle. ASRock produced a board that rivals most of the other leading manufacturers out there. The only hold up for the board may be the price once you compare it to some of the other offerings out there.

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Re: ASRock X58 SuperComputer Motherboard Review

Postby Major_A » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:07 pm

Any way to make the article images clickable (i.e. they are a larger resolution)? Sorry I know I'm full of article requests.

On the layout of the board:
I am really digging the placement of the USB headers.

No one uses a floppy any more. And no one can with the placement of the connection on this board either. As I recall floppy drive cables were generally shorter cables than regular ATA cables. MC Double Def DP would be proud because I have no intentions of ever running a floppy again. Even if you do need a floppy, on that rare occasion, isn't it easier and cheaper to use a USB Floppy?

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