Summary: The only time I found myself disappointed was with the THX TruStudio Software and overclocking. The THX software can simply never be installed as the Realtek audio control panel provides more than enough audio features. Speaking of software, I really wish that ASRock would discontinue including trial ware. If we wanted trial ware, we would buy our systems, not build them ourselves.
Pros: Mini-ITX form factor makes it fit nearly anywhere, 3 fan headers for better cooling control, Great Collection of Included Software, Graphical UEFI BIOS Easy to Use
Cons: Overclocking is a bad idea on this board, Does not include HDMI to DVI adapter, Motherboard Layout can be Difficult to Work with, Trial ware should never be bundled with DIY products
Conclusion: Intel and AMD have made overt moves to integrate more technology into their respective mainstream chips for 2011. AMD's A-series APU employs a quad-core CPU and a Radeon 6-series-like GPU into each chip. Such integration enables partners to take another look at small-form-factor boards, and ASRock has done just that with the A75M-ITX.
Excerpt: 1 Flares 1 Flares × We have tested a number of motherboards from ASRock in the past which we have been generally very impressive. They cater for users of all levels, producing a range which encompasses both budget friendly, mid-range and high-end enthusiast motherboards. The Fatal1ty 990FX Professional Motherboard we looked at a while back was aimed at the top-end enthusiast segment of the market and delivered on every level.
Conclusion: Visto il suo particolare formato capiamo bene quale sia la destinazione d'utilizzo dell'Asrock A75M-ITX. Ciò che invece non è di certo scontato è il livello qualitativo di assoluto rilievo riscontrato nella componentistica e la quantità di accorgimenti tecnologici che arricchiscono questo prodotto e ne giustificano il prezzo di circa 80€.