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I have been comparing the specs on the ASRock Extreme4 and Extreme6 vs. the ASUS PRO and DELUXE and they almost look identical when compared to each other. Does anyone know of any significant differences between them? The PRO and Extreme4 are comparable as are the Extreme6 and Deluxe. The ASRock boards look to be considerably cheaper with equal performance. If that is true, they're definitely a consideration.

Also, does anyone know when the Extreme6 is due to be released?

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Well Asus makes great boards as you already know. Sabertooth is a BEAST!! The ASRock board are a real hit and miss. I have had a couple for customer builds and have not had any problems. The ASRock boards are notorious for being bad overclockers and thin PCB along with not using the best if any Japanese capacitors. I would go with the Deluxe IF the expansion slots work out for how your build is setup.
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Well Asus makes great boards as you already know. Sabertooth is a BEAST!! The ASRock board are a real hit and miss. I have had a couple for customer builds and have not had any problems. The ASRock boards are notorious for being bad overclockers and thin PCB along with not using the best if any Japanese capacitors. I would go with the Deluxe IF the expansion slots work out for how your build is setup.
You do know ASRock are owned by ASUS, and produced by ASUS? Either way, just go which withever is cheaper, you won't be disappointed.
    
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You do know ASRock are owned by ASUS, and produced by ASUS? Either way, just go which withever is cheaper, you won't be disappointed.
Still doesn't exclude them from being produced with lower quality materials. Same goes for Lexus/Toyota - Lexus is Toyota's luxury brand - neither are bad cars, but one is simply just better than the other.
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To put it in better terms...
Asus oversees ASRock Dev. Teams.
    
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as far as i know,asrock is not the budget part of asus anymore.

their new boards are excellent as far as quality and oc is concerned.

oc results on all these new p67 boards look pretty the same.

bios support is the key.

here in europe already available,waiting for reviews.

preview: http://www.pctreiber.net/2010/asrock...6-preview.html


http://www.pctreiber.net/2010/asrock...preview.html/2
Edited by clock12 - 1/11/11 at 7:28am
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