ASRock A75 Extreme6 has high hopes for seemingly low-power chips

by Rafael Hernandez on July 22, 2011 · 0 comments

It’s hard to ignore AMD’s Llano APU since it combines a decent processor and more than useful GPU in a small package all at a very reasonable price considering a discrete graphics card with similar performance capabilities, as well as a dedicated CPU, will set you back a quite a bit more. Let’s not kids ourselves though, it’s a low-end chip that’s more than powerful enough to handle the tasks of most PC users… but that won’t stop motherboard manufacturers from going all out with their designs.

The ASRock A75 Extreme6 put together a compelling package with three physical PCIe x16 slots which are capable of running an x8/x8/x4 setup so there’s plenty of room for expansion should you run an impressive graphics system or RAID array. The other major draw to their design is the overclocking options which make for some interesting tweaking capabilities for such a “low-end” APU.

ASRock A75 Extreme6 (AMD A75) Motherboard Review @ TweakTown

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