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The most beautiful P67 motherboard around? The Asrock P67 Professional (Fatal1ty)

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BOX PEEP-A-BOO
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SHE'S GOT THE LOOKS
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SHE'S GOT THE GOODS
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RED IS GREAT!
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TEST SETUP
i7 2600K at 4.5GHz, Vcore offset +0.02V, push pull TRUE120, ambient air
Asrock Professional mobo
Asus GTX460 TOP clocked at 900-2000
Seventeam 850W PSU
Win 7 x64

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FEATURES IN WORDS
Very strikingly beautiful design with impeccably matched colours
Massive beautiful heatsinks all anchored down with screws
All solid Jap caps (with golden print)
Power/Reset/Clr CMOS buttons available - large, well positioned with LED
Incredibly well featured - 10 SATA, IDE, FDC, infra-red onboard
Onboard Debug LED
7 slots! Supports SLI/Crossfire at 16x (single), 8x8 (dual), 8x8x4 (triple)
?8 layer PCB
Relatively spacious between CPU and RAM
Standard ATX despite the innumerable features
2 LAN ports with teaming
Good retail bundle with USB 3.0 front port box
Unigue feature, 2 CPU fan headers - 1 x 4 pin, 1 x 3 pin
LGA775 mounting holes
Pleasing POST chirp instead of the usual flat beep
Detailed UEFI BIOS with 3 setting save slots
S3 sleep and resume works great
Very good CPU overclocking options
- 3 ways to set Vcore - Auto, Manual - fixed or offset
- fully adjustable power throttle - both short and long duration settings
- 5 levels of Vdroop control
BIOS P1.40 has the internal CPU PLL fix for higher o'cing


CONS
Fatal1ty overload - there's really no getting away from his image, many have had enough of Mr Fat... already.
RAM overclocking can be improved.

Very promising mobo with great design, arguably the best looking red-black colour combo mobo for now. Full of features cramped into a standard sized ATX design is definitely not an easy task. Asrock seems really forward looking with exciting potential for their future mobos. Definitely the choice mobo for those who treasure clear acrylic display or large window casings.
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Sorry, I can't take any motherboard with that guy's face on the BIOS screen serious.
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While the motherboard looks nice (too similar to RoG ones), the Fatal1ty branding has to go, just sick of that. The Gigabyte G1 motherboards look very nice biggrin.gif
    
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Originally Posted by TFL Replica;11981346 
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Except for all the junk we don't need/want/will never use.
Wait...
Fatal1ty does that too...
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LOL his face is the uefi background? seriously? wow.
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the ASRock P67 Fatal1ty is really perfect mobo, i hope someone paint it to blue wink.gif
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thanks for the review.
did you try to push it further like 5000mhz?
how about other issue cold boot, reboot issue, does it suffer?
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omg.... that board is so cheesy!


Btw macclipper - That cpu is not stable, you want be to setting STRESS LEVEL to HIGH and selecting THREADS to 8 do 25 RUNS.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pillz Here;11981355 
Sorry, I can't take any motherboard with that guy's face on the BIOS screen serious.

I don't believe it. I ACTUALLY don't believe it.

I was going to post the exact same words.
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