Wednesday, August 13th 2014

ASRock Shares Pictures of Upcoming X99X Killer Motherboard

Taiwanese company ASRock has this week provided a few press images of its soon-to-be-released X99X Killer motherboard. Based on Intel's X99 chipset, the board offers support for Haswell-E (LGA2011) processors and features eight DDR4 memory slots (for up to 128 GB of RAM), three PCI-Express x16 slots (allowing SLI or CrossFire setups), ten SATA 6.0 Gbps ports, plus one Ultra (PCIe x4-powered) M2 connector.

ASRock's creation also has 7.1-channel Purity Sound 2 audio, dual Gigabit Ethernet (one Intel NIC and one Killer E2200 NIC), two Fatal1ty and six 'regular' USB 3.0 mouse ports, one eSATA connector, plus a debug LED. The X99X Killer is set to become available after August 29th.
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8 Comments on ASRock Shares Pictures of Upcoming X99X Killer Motherboard

#1
Katsu_rap
Somehow, this motherboard reminds me of this

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#2
SaltyFish
August 29th? Nice to see a release date, but still lacks pricing.

Also... the "Fatality" and "Gaming" labels paired with X99 and DDR4 RAM? @Jorge rant bait right here...
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by: Katsu_rap
Somehow, this motherboard reminds me of this


MMPR has the all time best intro song for a kids show. m/
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#7
utengineer
I am eager to see the Ultra M.2 PCIe x4 performance benchmarks.
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