|A member of the Funky Media Group|
|Review: ASRock Z77 Extreme6 Motherboard|
|Posted by Ed Smith|
|Sunday, 22 April 2012 22:25|
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More Photos, Installation
For all photos and benchmarks the following hardware was used:
Being standard ATX size the motherboard fit fine and lined up correctly, always nice.
Sharp eyes will note that I forgot to plug the ATX24P connector in. Not surprisingly the computer would not boot without it. Oops.
Plenty of clearance for RAM:
Plenty meaning you can use any of the slots with this cooler and a standard fan. That's above average.
Plenty of GPU to heatsink clearance too:
The full install, now with everything plugged in correctly:
When you hit the power button you get some pretty lights!
The power and reset button are on the right, POST code LED on the left. Here's the same picture with a flash:
Code A6 means POST is finished and either the OS or the UEFI is loading/running. Once you're in windows the LED displays the CPU temperature, it's a nice feature.
Time to fire up windows and check out the software suite!