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8.9 out of 10

ASRock Z77 Extreme4

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Reviews and Problems with ASRock Z77 Extreme4

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Overall 10

no problems in a yr now on OC

benniehanas, Amazon
20 May 2014
  • Summary: I have 3770 OC to 4.3 with no problems. It's basically left on 24/7, and down volts to around 1.6G unless I'm gaming. Upgraded the BIOS off the bat to Ver (?). I have had no problems at all what so ever.
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Overall 10

Best Bang for the Buck!

T. Norris, Amazon
28 April 2014
  • Summary: I purchased two of these along with Intel Core I5 processors and couldn't be happier - works great on an ATI Crossfire gaming setup with six monitors on one computer and three on the other. ASRock hit it out of the ballpark with this one! Highly Recommend!
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Overall 10

AS Rock Extreme 4

Richard O'Brien, Amazon
23 April 2014
  • Summary: I purchased this MB a year and a half ago and no problems with it what so ever. Great purchase being with the MB they through in a set a 2 x 4 GBs of G-Skill Sniper Ram. Went perfect with the 3570k Intel chip. Glad I decided on the AsRock Extreme 4. Grab it!
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Overall 10

Great motherboard for the price

Starcraft2WOOT, Amazon
18 April 2014
  • Summary: Using this motherboard for a HTPC/plex server build. It has been running great over a year now. I bought it because of the price and features i was looking for in a HTPC build. The 2 feature i must have is the xRAM and THX certification. Added 16 GB ram and i disabled the pagefile and set the all temp and IE cache folders to the RAM disk. Saves my little SSD.
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Overall 10

No problems

J. Lovell, Amazon
13 April 2014
  • Summary: Been working for over two years now. No complaints about it. Haven't tried OC ing on it though. Haven't found a need to yet.
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Overall 6


Ken Chappell, Amazon
9 April 2014
  • Summary: It's ok. There are no onboard sounds, because the onboard speakres do not work. Also, if you'd like to set up RAID, the 6G SATA will be retarded to 3G SATA for the purpose of your RAID. What? I can have 3 separate, 6G throughput drives, but not one RAID array w/6G throughput? Why would you build a board like that? Outside of that, I really like it.
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Overall 8

Decent motherboard

Paul Reardon, Amazon
9 February 2014
  • Summary: Some parts like the onboard usb and the sata are slightly difficult to access from time to time, but once you get them in the function of the board is great. Onboard sound and video are decent (if you're slowly adding parts to a new clone build).
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Overall 10

Works great, no problems after about 12 months.

T. Apgar "Indescribable", Amazon
8 February 2014
  • Summary: No complaints, has a good number of expansion slots. Did not use the CD they sent with it, seemed like it was filled with mostly unnecessary bloatware.
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Overall 10

Buy it

Reaper7777, Amazon
2 February 2014
  • Summary: It's great. Works very well with the processor I got with it. The video card on it will do the job till I can get me a better video card.
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Overall 2

CPU Pins bent and broken

Adam S., Newegg
24 January 2014
  • Summary: My previous computer died after 8 years. I bought this and had the order rushed and shipped overnight so that I could get my machine up and running for work. I now don't have a working machine due to broken and bent pins on the CPU socket. It was a frustrating discovery to open the box, slide out the MOBO and at first sight see that it was completely unusable. This lack of QA will now push back my deadline and I'm sure upset my client.
  • Pros: Looks new when opening the box
  • Cons: From what I've been reading on line after my discovery is that ASRock has a known issue with RAM slots and CPU pins being faulty or bent.
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