|by Michael "SKYMTL" Hoenig | June 4, 2010|
Computex 2010: ASRock Details P67 Sandy Bridge Board & More
Computex 2010: ASRock Details P67 Sandy Bridge Motherboard & More
While we may not be physically able to bring you the latest and greatest from the Computex show floor, Hardware Canucks will be bringing you a series of quick articles which will highlight some upcoming products from various manufacturers.
ASRock hasn't exactly been the largest player in the motherboard market over the last few years but in 2009 they came out swinging with a number of new boards. In 2010 they look to continue this trend by releasing a wide variety of boards catering to everyone from enthusiasts to budget-minded buyers. While current motherboards took center stage, ASRock was also showing a P67 board based on Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge architecture.
(All pictures courtesy of ASRock)
Page 1: P67 Extreme3
Page 2: Motherboards for Intel 1366 & 1156
Page 3: AMD AM3 Motherboards
While we can't discuss all that much about this motherboard, some things like it's 1155 socket type and compatibility with the upcoming Sandy Bridge architecture are already publicly known. The inclusion of both SLI and Crossfire will be a welcome addition for the fans of both camps, especially considering this board is obviously targeted towards the enthusiast with an on board POST display, USB 3.0 connectors, support for three GPUs and DDR3 memory speeds above 2600Mhz.
The black and blue colour scheme makes the board look a lot like MSI's current offerings and is a serious departure from the multi-coloured boards of ASRock's past.
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