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Techware Labs
6 August 2011
  • Excerpt: With the advent of any new chip-set being released there will invariably be a veritable smorgasbord of motherboards to accommodate the new platform. AMD’s Llano family of processors is no different and one such board to spring up is ASRock’s A75 Extreme6 motherboard.
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Tweak Town
22 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Like any major chipset release, there's bound to be a bunch of boards come in and the release of the new Llano platform is no different. The A75 board that sat at the top of the pile today when it came to grabbing the next product to test is the ASRock A75 Extreme6.
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ASRock A75 Extreme6 Review and Desktop Llano Overclocking

30 June 2011
  • Conclusion: If we're comparing Desktop Llano to Sandy Bridge, we essentially have to look at the best Llano package, the A8-3850, against a low end Sandy Bridge, the i3-2100.  This makes sense, as Desktop Llano comes to the market as a beefed up mobile processor, whereas a Sandy Bridge second-generation Core series CPU is a scaled down performance product.
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ASRock A75 Extreme6

18 August 2011
  • Conclusion: A ASRock A75 Extreme6, é uma motherboard com um preço de cerca de €110 de venda ao público, desenhada para ser uma boa workstation, com um preço bastante acessível, com com consumos em idle na ordem dos 40W e em load na ordem dos 150W, além de uma boa performance apresenta ainda baixo consumo. Fazendo as contas por alto, CPU + Motherboard + 4 gb de memória podem ficar num preço de cerca de 280€ o que me parece ser um bom upgrade em especial para que gosta de AMD.
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