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    With less than three weeks left until AMD officially introduces the first FX-series processors based on the Bulldozer architecture, more and more hardware makers start announcing their AM3+ motherboards, and ASRock is the latest to join the party with the 990FX Extreme4.

    ASRock has routed these to three PCI Express x16 slots, which are compatible with 3-way Nvidia SLI and AMD CrossFireX setups, and the board also features a pair of PCI-E x1 slots as well as two legacy PCI ports.

    Even though the Extreme4 won't certainly be ASRock's Bulldozer flagship motherboard, this can support AMD's fastest FX processors with TDPs as high as 140W.

    The first Bulldozer processors are expected to arrive on June 7 at the E3 expo where AMD will launch four desktop processors based on the Zambezi core with prices ranging from $190 to $320.
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    not much of a looker, I hope there flagship board looks better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    not much of a looker, I hope there flagship board looks better.
    The 990FX Deluxe 5 should be the flagship board. The 890GX Extreme 4 performed very well and the Deluxe 5 a bit better. ASRock boards are kick ass Steve.

    The Extreme 4 should have onboard graphics and a lot of bells and whistles for approx. $150.

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