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Motherboard

ASRock X99 OC Formula/3.1 EATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard

(1 Rating, 3.0 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

ASRock

Part #

X99 OC Formula/3.1

Manufacturer

ASRock

Socket / CPU

LGA2011-3

Form Factor

EATX

RAM Slots

8

Max RAM

128 GB

Color

Black / Gold

Chipset

Intel X99

Memory Type

DDR4

Memory Slots

8

Memory Speed

  • DDR4-2133
  • DDR4-2400
  • DDR4-2800
  • DDR4-2933
  • DDR4-3400

SLI/CrossFire

  • 4-Way SLI Capable
  • 3-Way SLI Capable
  • 2-Way SLI Capable
  • CrossFire Capable

PCI-E x16 Slots

5

PCI-E x8 Slots

0

PCI-E x4 Slots

0

PCI-E x1 Slots

0

PCI Slots

0

Onboard Ethernet

1 x 1000 Mbit/s

SATA 6 Gb/s

8

SATA Express

1

M.2 Slots

2

mSATA Slots

0

Onboard Video

No

Onboard USB3.0 Headers

Yes

Supports ECC

Yes

Wireless Networking

No

RAID Support

Yes

Price History

    Reviews

    draginol
    • 32 points
    • 41 months ago

    from completed build Game Developer 2016

    Not loving this motherboard. First, it's slightly longer than normal causing it to not fit ideally in standard cases.

    Secondly, take notice of the first PCI Express slot. You have to put your video card there and because of how big their SATA mdules are at the end there and their placement, many full size cards cannot fit.

    Fourth, their first PC Express slow is also very very close to the memory and CPU modules to the point that it's very difficult to fit large video cards in it.

    Fifth, it doesn't operate until you have a CPU in it. What I mean by that there is no indication (not even an LED) that the board is working until you place a CPU in it. Normally, I meticulous test each component as I add it in. In this case, I had to just rely on faith that the motherboard was fine (it was) until I put the CPU in. But what if I had had a bad CPU? I wouldn't know if it were the MB or the CPU.

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