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ASRock p 67 extreme 6@ 5ghz

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not so many reviews out there,so i start my own little one.

hardware used:

mainboard-asrock p67 extreme 6 bios 1.3

cpu-2600 k/36b125t

ram-2x4 gig ddr3 1600 cl 9

gpu-gtx 470 stock

system disk-crucial real ssd sata 3

+ 2x2 raid 0 @sata 2 ports

+ tv card cine s 2
coming from x 58 asrock extreme 3 @ 4220 mhz;so no new install of win 7 64 bit-simply removed and added some drivers.

asrock has removed the bios 1.3 from their servers, although it has already the pll override-an updated version probably next week.

initially i grabbed that sandy platform cause of being bored while waiting for socket 1356;now i have to admit, that this one is running fantastic,even compared to x 58!

even at 5 ghz my idle power consumption dropped from ~320 w to 230 w (complete system)

of course some benches here:

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Edited by clock12 - 1/15/11 at 6:08pm
post #2 of 16
Very nice. Let us now about any quircks with the Asrock. I have a hard time getting past these HUGE MULTIPLIERS.
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post #3 of 16
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yep mate,nothing strange so far

i think all these p67 boards and the bios versions are in a "beta state" right now.

so lets wait a few weeks,i think there is more to come...

depends on what intel allows-lol
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Asrock P67 Extreme4 vs. Asrock P67 Extreme6 .. ?

I'm interested Thanks
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thanks.
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seems that 5100 mhz is the end of the line for now

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@JeanF:

results on both asrock boards look pretty much the same.

early bios v core is limitted to 1,52 v

here some extreme 4 result

http://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f12/asrock-p67-stammtisch-777978-5.html

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Thank's smile.gif I like the Xtreme 6 also i'm worry about the space between cards , I'm using SLI and i need a PCI for my XiFi sound card .. Is the Video card blocking the PCI's ? Thank a lot

I see no reason going for Fatality board vs the Xtreme6
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yes,this will block the pci`s

http://static.pctreiber.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/61.jpg

i never ran sli,so i cannot tell you whether the speed will be x8 or x4 using the pci-x at the bottom.

buying a pci-x soundcard only because you want the extreme 6 makes no sence i guess-check out the board- layouts of the other vendors.
Edited by clock12 - 1/17/11 at 7:48pm
post #10 of 16
wow..looking at Asrock as of to this date made a VERY HUGE improvement over their boards..well i was not disappointed with its P55 lineup well seeing this makes me wanna buy SB..or yet wait til they have something for IB
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