Asrock Z68 EXTREME4 GEN3 - Placa base (PCI-E 3.0, ATX, 2 x USB 3.0)
Descripción del producto
Adaptador gráfico en tablero: Si
Ancho: 30,5 cm
BIOS, tamaño de memoria: 64 MB
Botón de limpieza CMOS: Si
Canales de memoria: Dual
Canales de salida de audio: 7.1
Cantidad de puertos DVI-D: 1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 4
Cantidad de puertos USB 3.0: 2
Cantidad de puertos VGA (D-Sub): 1
Cantidad de puertos eSATA: 1
Certificación: FCC, CE, WHQL
Circuito integrado de tarjeta madre: Intel Z68
Componente para: PC
Conector a unidad de disquetes: Si
Conector de audio en panel frontal: Si
Conector de potencia ATX (24 pines): Si
Conector de ventilador CPU: Si
Conector para ventilador: Si
Conectores USB 3.0: 1
Conexión de redes: Si
Controlador LAN: Realtek RTL8111E
Controladores incluidos: Si
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Familia de procesador: Intel
Graphics chipset: Intel
IEEE 1394/Firewire cantidad de puertos: 1
Memoria interna máxima: 32 GB
Micrófono, jack de entrada: Si
Niveles RAID: 0, 1, 5, 10
Número de conectores COM: 1
Número de conectores IEEE1394: 1
Número de conectores SATA II: 4
Número de conectores SATA III: 4
Número de conectores a ventilador de chasis: 1
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Procesador compatible: Core i3, Core i5, Core i7
Profundidad: 24,4 cm
Puerto de ratón PS/2: 1
Puerto de salida S/PDIF: Si
Ranuras PCI: 2
Ranuras de memoria: 4
Ranuras x1 PCI Express: 2
Ranuras x16 PCI Express: 3
Salidas para auriculares: 4
Sistema de audio: ALC892
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows XP, Vista, 7
Socket de procesador: Socket H2 (LGA 1155)
Soporte para proceso paralelo: 2-Way SLI, Quad-GPU CrossFireX, Quad-GPU SLI
Tarjeta madre, factor de forma: ATX
Tipo de interfaz ethernet: Gigabit
Tipos de BIOS: AMI
USB 2.0, conectores: 3
Velocidades de reloj de memoria soportadas: 1066, 1333, 1600, 1866, 2133 MHz
Versión ACPI: 1.1
Opiniones de clientes
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Los embalajes y todos los accesorios están cuidados al detalle.
Tecnológicamente es una de las mejores placas que he tenido nunca, solo hay que ver las prestaciones que ofrece.
Compatible con esxi 5.0 U2 salvo que el RAID que incorpora la placa al ser por software no está soportado por el host.
Actualmente la tengo funcionando con un i7 2700, 16GB RAM, 9 HD (2 de los cuales van montados en RAID con una Perc 5i).
Seguramente hay placas mejores pero para mis propósitos ha resultado increíble y junto al micro i7 es la bomba.
100% Recomendable y con amazon compra segura.
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com
- Good Price Point for Z68 boards
- 2xPCI-E 3.0 slots
- Z68 supports Lucid Virtu Universal MVP
- Future Proof-ability (Nothing is truly, but this board has some staying power.)
- UEFI Graphical BIOS
- Great bundle with features like the 2xSwitchable Front or Rear panel USB 3.0 ports; the 2.5" SSD mount; and the 3.5mm Audio Cable
- High quality gold, Japanese capacitors
- Dr. Debug LED (It actually helped me)
- Only 2 Year Warranty--some competitors offer 3 Years
- No Lucid Virtu MVP License included--even though Lucid Virtu MVP was designed with Z68 chipsets it is being released with Z77 boards
- UEFI could easily be better
- Did not ship with latest BIOS version (Not really a big deal, but this was on back order for three months before I got it. I thought it would include the latest BIOS version since it was released earlier and since Amazon was receiving a new supply.)
- Not many extra screws (Not a very big deal and the case I bought contained quite a few extras.)
Features, construction, performance and last but, not least the price are the most important factors to consider. The ASRock MB-Z68X4G3 was the best balance of all those factors that I could find and I did spend about a month researching motherboards before I decided on this one. I purchased this board on January 27th, 2012 for $149.99 and it has been running flawlessly since then.
At the time I purchased this motherboard it was the best bang for my buck (at $149.99 it was a STEAL). As far as the Z68 boards go, it probably still is the best value even at $179 and it was awarded just that by TweakTown. This board can compete with more expensive high end Z68 offerings from major competitors like Asus and Gigabyte, yet it sits at an impressive price point. It seems to have really good construction with the high quality gold, Japanese capacitors; the nice heatsinks; and it's solid, black PCB--this board is pretty heavy duty. The gold and black contrast also make the ASRock boards fairly attractive as well, but that really isn't too important.
This board has some serious staying power. With the Z68 chipset I can take advantage of the upcoming Ivy Bridge CPUs and I can install the Lucid Virtu Universal MVP to increase game performance (I'm really interested in trying this out in the future). ASRock managed to also include two PCI-E 3.0 slots for crossfire/SLI capability with new 3.0 GPUs, as well as USB 3.0 for new cameras, external HDDs, peripherals, and etc.
Everything installed and configured very smoothly. The UEFI graphical BIOS is really pretty freaking cool and fairly easy to use. However, the UEFI could easily be configured better to provide a more intuitive and fluid experience when configuring or tweaking the BIOS settings. I think this will only be improved upon in future releases of this type of BIOS, but the newest BIOS update does not seem to make many changes in that area.
The ASRock bundle features some really good stuff, such as the front USB 2x3.0 panel with 2.5" SSD mount. If you prefer to have the USB 2x3.0 ports in back you can use the provided rear plate and switch the cable to the rear plate. The 3.5mm audio cable is a nice inclusion and some of the ASRock software seems like it could be pretty useful, though I have not tried any of it out yet. Many reviewers and tech websites, have stated that this motherboard is a solid overclocker (not really my sort of thing though). Also, I plan to install the ASRock App Charger utility which apparently allows for quick charging external devices like a phone or mp3 player--even when the computer is shutdown.
Another exclusive ASRock feature is the Dr. Debug LED on the board. I had a problem with slow loading times. Even though I have a OCZ Vertex 3 SSD for a boot drive which should boot my computer to a useable state in less than 15 seconds, there was a delay during startup every time. I emailed the ASRock Support team and they responded pretty quickly each time I contacted them. They took my problem seriously, even though it was a seemingly minor issue that was really causing any problems. They had me check Dr Debug and it had a red LED showing the same number during the startup delay each time. We narrowed it down to a problem with recognizing my USB optical mouse and switching out the mouse with a new one solved the problem.
Overall, this board is an excellent deal at under $200.00 and it has more ports and slots than I need. It's very overclockable if I ever want to dabble in that and it's very upgradable with Ivy Bridge CPU support, 3TB support, Intel Smart Response, Lucid Virtu; and it is ready to crossfire either PCI-E 2.0 or 3.0 GPUs. I have a feeling this board will last me at least three years and two of those will be covered by the warranty.
Although I have read where some complained that ASRock technical staff is lacking; that has not been my experience (a single event out of four previous MOBOs .. not bad record for a mobo company either). Last year ASRock and I worked hard to resolve an issue with the P67X4G3 board for not accepting Channel B memory and after a couple of board exchanges we resolved the issue (actually turned out to be the processor?). Also, look over their listing of approved memory before you build ... they're listed for a reason ... compatibility and less chances of problems. That's why I bought new memory for this build ... the G Skill Sniper is listed.
I purchased this ASRock at Amazon. Good MOBOs and good technical assistance spell success. Definitely recommend this mobo.