Summary: When it comes to FM2, ASRock provides a pretty good feature set, a pretty good BIOS, and decent performance. Other than that, there's not really a lot to say here. As a high-end product for a value platform, it hits the mark and then some.
Pros: VRM and BIOS ready to overclock., Inclusion of XFast 555 Software gives the ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6 a leg above the rest., Good audio rendering, Full-ATX Expansion capabilities, Simple color scheme that can easily match other components well., Fully functional AMI UEFI BIOS that includes mouse su...
Cons: Overclock designs on APU platform lead to limited performance gains., Auto overclocking profiles and XMP settings interfere with manual adjustments., No SLI support.
Summary: I think the first thing we have to talk about before we go anywhere is the overclocking side of things. When it comes to the manual overclocking side, performance wasn't as strong as we had both hoped or expected.
ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6: Trinity fino all'ultimo MHz
22 March 2013
Conclusion: Pochi giorni fa ci siamo trovati a parlare delle novità introdotte da AMD con le APU Trinity, incrociando inevitabilmente l'A85x, nuovo chipset di riferimento per il relativo socket FM2, di cui è equipaggiata la FM2A85X Extreme6 di ASRock qui analizzata.