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ASROCK FATAL1TY X99 PROFESSIONAL GAMING I7 INTEL USB 3.0 DRIVER
That's why this motherboard comes with a Dual LAN with Teaming function enabled on this motherboard allows two single connections to act as one single connection for twice the transmission bandwidth, making data transmission more effective.
ASRock Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 Review & Rating
This header provides a maximum of 1. User also can adjust the voltage of water pump to get higher cooling performance with lower noise. The same can be said of this ASRock offering, although it has a different idea of what gamers want than the other motherboard makers, which we'll get to later in the review. One area where ASRock and the others agree is that a gaming motherboard needs style.
The Fatal1ty X99 Pro is easily one of the most colorful motherboards we've seen recently, with a striking black, red, and silver color scheme. We don't mind a loud board, so the Fatal1ty X99 Pro's colors work just fine for us, but we can't get behind the bulky red-plastic stripe on top of the heatsink above the CPU socket at the top of the board.
It appears to be a different shade of red than others on the board, and as a result it looks a bit gimmicky. If the stripe lit up, it would make more sense to us.
But a plastic block on a board this expensive" in the name, and it's a strike against the Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7.
Still, this is a board that gets most of the details right, and given the advanced X99 chipset and the rest of the deep feature set, it's something of a value model in a market niche—leading-edge gaming motherboards—where value is generally scarce. Board Layout The layout of the CPU socket and memory doesn't differ much from one X99 refresh motherboard to the next: The socket has a standard two-lever locking mechanism that makes installing the CPU an easy, fast process.
The board's 12 power phases, near the top of the board, also give the CPU socket a reasonable amount of breathing space. The slots have gold contacts and thumb locks at the top and bottom of each module. We were a little surprised to see the lower thumb locks, as they can be pretty tough to reach once a graphics card is installed in the top PCI Express x16 slot.
MSI's X99A Xpower Gaming Titanium, for example, has thumb locks only at the top, making it easier to replace memory modules down the road. ASRock made an unusual design choice with its PCI Express PCIe slots—one that actually ended up giving us just enough ASRock Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 Intel USB 3.0 to get our fingers down to release those thumb locks. Rather than put the PCI Express 3. So, as long as you don't put an add-in card in that slot, you'll have a little space between the memory and the graphics-card slot to slide your fingers in and hit those RAM-slot release locks.
ASRock didn't color-code the memory slots, which isn't unusual among X99 motherboards. But it means that you'll need to read the manual to find the appropriate channels for your memory configuration.
ASRock Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 Review TechPowerUp
ASRock is ready to make sure you get exactly what you are looking for. In the upper right corner there is a small picture of the motherboard itself. A little three inserts is below. The first one talks about the presence of the eight copper metallization layers, which helped to raise overclock the memory to DDR MHz. Next we are told about the module Wi-Fi, which supports the latest wireless interfaces.
Finally, we are told that there are two M. Right in the middle presents four inserts.
The very first reports on the ASRock Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 Intel USB 3.0 of slots PCI-e x16 metal frames, to provide additional security. ASRock Super Alloy; Gaming Armor; Supports Intel Core™ i7 and Xeon 3; 10 SATA3, 1 SATA Express, 2 Ultra M.2 (PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA3); 2 USB Gen2. ASRock improves upon the Taichi's performance with the Gaming i7, but is the The Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 is a mouthful, but it still uses the. The Gaming i7 offers one extra USB port and one less port for a He tests and reviews motherboards, specializing in high-end Intel chipsets.