Asrock Z68 Pro3 Gen3 Placa Base
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Descripción del producto
- Capacitadores Premium Gold (2.5 aumento de vida), Capacitadores 100% fabricados en Japón con condensadores de Polímero conductivo
- 1 x ranura PCIe 3.0 x16
- Soporta Intel® HD Graphics Built-in Visuals
- Múltiples salidas VGA : D-Sub, DVI-D y HDMI
- 2 x SATA3, 2 x USB 3.0
- Soporta tecnologías ASRock XFast USB, XFast LAN
- Soporta ASRock On/Off Play, UEFI Gráfica, ASRock Extreme Tuning Utility (AXTU)
- Soporta Intel® Smart Response, Lucid Virtu para intercambio de gráficas
- Opción C.C.O (Combo Cooler Option)
- Audio 7.1 CH HD con protección de contenido (Realtek ALC892 Audio Codec), Soporta THX TruStudio™
- Bundle Gratis : Prueba CyberLink MediaEspresso 6.5, Suite Multimedia ASRock MAGIX
Adaptador gráfico: HD Graphics
Adaptador gráfico en tablero: Si
Ancho: 305 mm
BIOS, tamaño de memoria: 64 MB
Cables incluidos: SATA
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 VGA (D-Sub): 1
Cantidad de puertos tipo A USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1): 2
Capacidades del módulo de memoria soportadas: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB
Certificación: FCC, CE, WHQL\nErP/EuP Ready
Circuito integrado de tarjeta madre: Intel Z68
Componente para: PC
Conector de audio en panel frontal: Si
Conector de energía EPS (8-pin): Si
Conector de potencia ATX (24 pines): Si
Conector de ventilador CPU: Si
Conector para ventilador: Si
Controlador LAN: Realtek RTL8111E
Controladores incluidos: Si
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Familia de componentes de tarjeta madre: Intel
Familia de procesador: Intel
Graphics chipset: Intel
Guía de instalación rápida: Si
Interfaces de disco de almacenamiento soportados: Serial ATA II, Serial ATA III
Memoria interna máxima: 32 GB
Micrófono, jack de entrada: Si
Máx.número de procesador SMP: 1
Niveles RAID: 0, 1, 5, 10
No ECC: Si
Número de conectores COM: 1
Número de conectores SATA II: 4
Número de conectores SATA III: 2
Número de conectores de poder EATX: 1
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Número de ranuras de memoria: 4
Overclocking características: ASRock Extreme Tuning Utility (AXTU)
Procesador compatible: Core i3, Core i5, Core i7
Profundidad: 191 mm
Puerto de ratón PS/2: 1
Ranuras PCI: 2
Ranuras x1 PCI Express: 3
Ranuras x16 PCI Express: 1
S/PDIF, conector de salida: Si
Salidas para auriculares: 5
Sistema de audio: Realtek ALC892
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Microsoft Windows 7 / 7 64-bit / Vista / Vista 64-bit / XP / XP 64-bit
Socket de procesador: Socket H2 (LGA 1155)
Software de prueba: Antivirus
Software incluido: Support CD
Soporte para proceso paralelo: No compatible
Tarjeta madre, factor de forma: ATX
Tipo de controlador de interfaz: Intel Z68
Tipo de controlador de interfaz (2do.): Etron EJ168A
Tipo de interfaz ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet
Tipos de BIOS: UEFI
USB 2.0, conectores: 3
Velocidades de reloj de memoria soportadas: 1066,1333,1600,1866,2133 MHz
Versión ACPI: 1.1
Versión de entradas de PCI Express: 3.0
tipos de memoria compatibles: DDR3-SDRAM
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I bought this with 750w PS, 8GB Kingston ram, Ivy Bridge I5 processor and couple other things.
But, when I first received it I found would get the lights would go on 11 times and off then on fully on the 12. Had them the MB and Processor replaced. I think it was the processor since it did the same thing when I hooked up the new M/B with the processor. After replacing the Processor and M/B, I found I had no video. I hooked up a speaker and got 4 short beeps. I figured this was a bios issue. The one came with 1.2 and Ivy is only supported on 2.1. I looked that up. I submitted and trouble ticket to Asrock. They don't have a call center. Which sounds bad. But, I can understand why. They replied on both my first issue and on the 2nd with the bios. To make it short, I submitted my address and receipts and they provided me with a new bios in a couple days. If you want the Ivy and want to avoid the bios issue, go for a Z77. Cost more, but those work out of the box. You should upgrade those bios as well if need.
What I lost with the Z68 over Z77:
1) Can't hook up 3 monitors that is supported by my CPU. Dual, works fine. But I prefer the big display instead of several smaller ones. I also use a 3d TV so it'll use Intel's tru3d when I get a blueray.
2) USB 3.0 is only on the back. No big deal, but I don't have any 3.0 devices. Also, the USB 3.0 controller is on the motherboard and not the processor. That is one of the major differences between Sandy and Ivy Bridge processors. Still have 2 ports anyways.
Another disadvantage with this board is it can't SLI or Crossfire since there is only one PCI express slot. That didn't matter because I wasn't going to anyways. Its a pain to work and if I could afford a multiple GPU, I would have moved up to the better asrock boards that support that function.
Also, the Virtu software they provide is great. I'd would recommend going to the Asrock site and downloading the latest drivers and Utilities once your LAN drivers are installed. What you need to do is to attach the video to your GPU card and install both the external drivers and the processors video drivers. Once they're running go into the bios and select On Board Video Card as primary. Shut the system down and move the video to cable to on board output. I use HDMI and took me a few minutes to get discovered. Now configure the virtu start up when the system boot. I actually upgraded the software by right clicking the icon and have them check for updates. Once install, click the application tab and configure which games are to be controlled by Virtu if they are not listed. The actual rendering is done by your High power gaming card and standard display is done by the on board card. Also, set the Virtu Icon to disappear after a few sec.
Will I recommend? Yes, but make sure if you are using Ivy bridge you can get the bios flashed to 2.1. Which is what I found out the hard way. If you have an Sandy bridge processor you can use to flash it, then you can do that and then install the Ivy. Once I replaced the bios, I'm very happy with it. I do plan to get a better GPU and SSD to use the smart feature for temp and page files. The feature at great. I just wish they would provide more of the SATA cables.
Case: Cooler Master Storm Scout
RAM: 8GB Kingston HyperX 1600 MHz RAM (2x4 Kit)
PSU: OCZ Modular 600w ModXStream.
Graphics Card: Sapphire Radeon 6870 Vapor-x
HDD's: 320 GB 5400RPM Western Digital (This is the Hard Drive, in which I boot from)
1TB Western Digital 5400RPM (Used for storage)
2TB Seagate Barracuda Green 5900RPM (Used for storage as well, since, I'm a video editor, & recording/rendering does take up quite a bit of space.
Disk Drive: 16x DVD-RW.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OEM
And, finally, this OUTSTANDING motherboard.
The memory test can be successfully run with either set of two 8GiB modules, but not with both. Relaxing memory timing to below spec did not eliminate test failures. This seems to indicate that the problem is not defective memory. It could be that the memory is somehow incompatible in spite of compatible specs. Or it could indicate a slightly-defective board.
I don't want to put more time into this, so have settled on a permanent configuration using only 16GiB of the 32GiB purchased. It is working well, and I like everything about the board otherwise.
I do think the memory problem justifies removing one star, and posting this review so others are aware of a possible problem.
Outside of that, I was happy with the layout. The SATA ports were not covered by my GPU, and it has all of the options that I'd want for a stable desktop machine. If you're in to overclocking, I'd go with a different board.
The EFI BIOS, while snazzy, is something that I'll only look at once every few years. It flies through the BIOS, and if you have a monitor which sleeps quickly after video loss, it can be difficult to see which key to press to perform different operations. You won't use these much after your initial setup, though, and it is nice that the BIOS introduces little delay in booting.
I also noticed that the USB 3 ports do not appear to function in the BIOS; you need to plug keyboards and mice into the USB 2.0 ports if you wish to use them before the OS loads. Also note that the USB memory stick you use to flash the BIOS must be formatted FAT32. FAT16 will not work.
The only thing that irritates me is when I typed in asrock extreme three gen 3 (the one that supports 2 video cards) amazon brought me to this model which unfortunately does not so if you plan on cross firing look somewhere else another thing is my front usb port appears to have gone out I still have to pull it apart and determine why but in the pas it has been a faulty motherboard I have owned it for 3 mos now and love it otherwise will update when I figure out the front usb