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ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9

Black Haru

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The Phantom Gaming product line from ASRock takes a bolder, more focused stance than their award winning Taichi line. With an emphasis on gaming performance and featuring the new Phantom Gaming 2.5 Gb/s LAN, the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9 is designed to be the ultimate gaming flagship.

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Was there any issues with XMP memory profile settings sticking at the right voltages? I think the ASRock Z370 boards had that issue some, or they had some issues with XMP in general I remember.

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I didn't notice any issues. I actually played with a couple of kits on this board, and it never did anything weird for me.
 
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I'd like a pic of the realtek interface

example [easy and cut and dry to use as the ''realtek'' branded ] not manufactures branded and toyed with


or a as you put it in thumbs down Software bloat type of interface with more asrock crap built in to stumble through like you see a lot of now a days with boards [any brand ]
 
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