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ASRock A75 Extreme 6 and A55 Pro 3

Posted October 6, 2011 by Jake in CPU & Motherboards







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While many are eagerly awaiting AMD’s upcoming Bulldozer release, the Llano platform continues to be a hot spot for AMD. Llano is the mainstream performer, sandwiched between Zacate and Bulldozer, and while much of the buzz surrounds the flagship products, it’s the mainstream where much of the profits are to be made. While we’re enthusiasts through and through, we are also consumers, looking for the best bang for our buck as well.

We’ve seen many ASRock motherboards for various platforms over the last year and a half, and we continue to be impressed by the value offered in their lineups. Improvements are constantly being made, things tweaked, features added, and all at very impressive prices for the masses. That is a winning combination, no matter how you look at it. The question is: can ASRock continue the momentum with the LLano platform?

Today, we have our hands on two of the new ASRock A series motherboards, named the A75 Extreme 6 and A55 Pro 3. They’re very similar in their features and capabilities, but do have some distinct differences that can appeal to a range of needs. Both come with fantastic prices so let’s waste no time and dive into both motherboards and see if the ASRock trend can continue.

"ASRock Inc., established in 2002, target at entry to mainstream segment MB business, is an energetic company with the combination of technology and humanity. Devoting efforts to bring customers the innovative and reliable motherboards with the design concept of 3C, "Creative, Considerate, Cost-effective", ASRock has successfully established a well-known leading brand of the best price-performance motherboard in the industry. ASRock products’ high recognition stems from company’s devotion to bring the most cost-performance products to users."


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    I have installed an A55 mobo with a 3400 apu..works great and consumes 62W at load 🙂

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