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ASROCK X79 EXTREME11 TI USB 3.0 DRIVER
ASRock X79 Extreme11 Motherboard - On-Board Peripherals of 10 - Hardware Secrets
And in this case the heat sinks are joined by a single Nickel-plated heat pipe. The slots of the Extreme11 are insane.
The end result is slots 1, 3, 5 and 7 can operate at x16 bandwidth with four cards installed or x16 only with the first slot and all the others at x8 with more than four cards are used. The first configuration allows all cards install to take advantage of maximum bandwidth.
The board also supports 4-way SLI and Crossfire setups. The caps alone are said to have longer life span of 2. The board uses a large number of digital power phase to deliver power to the CPU's voltage system with twenty-two of them going to the going to Asrock X79 Extreme11 TI USB 3.0 VCore and four others pumping power in the ram controller and the CPU's VTT. The frequency support is dialed in at MHz in OC mode. I was not at all surprised to see this due mainly to the large number of power phases the board has.
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And in conjunction with the phase and the circuitry of the board, we would suspect the board to run more efficiently. And also to help in the power delivery department there is Asrock X79 Extreme11 TI USB 3.0 Molex connectors for extra power to the PCIe lanes as well. In charge of VRM control is an ISL, yet another commonly used part that has proven itself with time in the retail market. There are two phases for the System Agent as well, and I found seven input drivers on the rear of the board by the socket. This indicates that there would be a minimum of four phases running at any given time, but knowing that the ISL can dynamically adjust the number of phases in use, I'm sure some sort of power-saving technology will be implemented here as well.
Asrock X79 Extreme11 TI USB 3.0 The VTT power phases are located between the socket and the PCIe slots, and also appears to be of a dual-channel design. Both effectively provide the same power, but I personally find it odd ASRock chose two different designs with the left bank using all low-profile parts, and, unlike other boards that use low-profile components for this side, there is no cooler sitting on top of these parts.
It's not an issue of quality; parts used on the right bank do tend to be of higher quality than those used on the other side. As I mentioned before, the audio is provided by a new Creative Recon3Di chipset, covered with a red plastic top that really stands out.
With the cover removed, you can see the actual CODEC itself, a fairly compact chip that has provided some decent audio on more than one motherboard I've tested to date. I am really glad to see it here Asrock X79 Extreme11 TI USB 3.0 well. Of course, there's no missing the cooler which is a huge block of metal with a fan sitting just off center. It was pretty easy to remove, and I found quite a few chips underneath of it, which explains why there's a fan here too! I found another ICS clock buffer here as well, situated in the middle of the second pic above.
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2 x SATA3 Gb/s connectors by Intel® X79, support RAID (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, 4 x Rear USB Gen1 ports by TI, support USB // up to 5Gb/s. X79 Extreme11 4 x Rear USB ports by TI®, support USB // up to 5Gb/s.
- 2 x Front USB Unique Feature - ASRock Extreme Tuning Utility (AXTU).