ASrock has announced its latest products that shut debut at Computex 2011 exhibition. The major interest create two new motherboards for AMD Llano (A75 Extreme6) and Zambezi (990FX Extreme4) processors.
As the name goes, ASRock A75 Extreme6 is the leading product in Llano processor supporting motherboard line-up. The board is based on Fusion Controller Hub (FCH) AMD A75, providing six SATA 3 and four USB 3.0 ports. However, there is some info that the number of SATA ports will be increased to eight: those two is said to be implement by a different controller. The list of expansion slots include — three PCI Express x16, one PCI Express x1 and three PCI. In order get use of integrated GPU there are three video outputs on I/O panel: D-Sub, HDMI and DVI. Note that A75 Extreme6 should be compatible with AMD Socket FM1 processors that have TDP not exceeding 100W.
Regarding ASRock 990FX Extreme4, this model is expected to supports Socket AM3+ CPUs with TDP up-to 140 Вт. Same as, A75 Extreme6, ASRock 990FX Extreme4 is equipped with three PCI Express x16, while number of PCI and PCI Express x1 slots is four in total (two of each). There are four DIMM slots presented on the board allowing installation of memory modules with up-to DDR3-1866 МHz specification. The novelty also features multi card configurations via SLI and CrossFireX technologies, as well as UEFI BIOS.
Other details including prices, should be disclosed next week during Computex 2011 exhibition.