Originally Posted by cadaveca
I'm sure it does, but as AsRock doesn't supply me with board samples, I have no idea how "up to snuff" their products are. All 9-series chipset products should support up to 1866 MHz with FX chips, so naturally the BIOS must be able to support those speeds as well. The question remains, however, what happens above 1866 MHz. I have reviewed products that couldn't even support that supposedly "native" 1866 MHz that they should, too, so anything I recommend has to be generalized to suit all situations.
AsRock has came along way and directly competes with ASUS, I might add the products seem to look better and they certainly work.