Two LGA 1155 Mainboards from ASRock Reviewed: ASRock Z77 Extreme4 and ASRock Z77 Extreme6. Page 3
[06/06/2012 12:13 PM | Mainboards]
Both these high-quality mainboards have very well thought-through design, rich functionality and a very convenient BIOS with a complete set of overclocking and fine-tuning parameters. They have a lot in common, but each of them has its own unique peculiarities, too.
Technical Specifications Comparison
For your convenience we summed up the specifications of both mainboard side by side in the following table:
The interesting thing about ASRock Z77 Extreme6 is that it boasts a number of non-typical features, such as support for mini-PCI Express cards and a floppy disk drive connector. ASRock Z77 Extreme4 is a simpler modification, but it retained the basic functionality almost entirely. The only thing missing is IEEE1394 (FireWire) support, and instead of the EtronTech EJ168A USB 3.0 controller it uses ASMedia ASM1042 with similar functionality.
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