ASRock Z77 Extreme11 Pro Reviews
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"In the end, this is an interesting board for a specific target group that wants to install that many hard disks and can take advantage of the unique features. However, most typical consumers will be better off with a more affordable Z77 motherboard."
"The ASRock Z77 Extreme11 really shows what's possible with a bit of careful planning and design, since I didn't run into any situations where all of that connectivity posed a problem through system bottlenecks, and the added drive connectivity offered by the LSI SAS RAID chip is something that is exclusive to two ASRock products right now, with the ASRock Z77 Extreme11 being one and the ASRock X79 Extreme11 being the other. They both really prove to be the ultimate base for highly clocked workstation and gaming platforms with nearly no barriers to storage and performance. That is something that cannot be ignored, and if you are in the market to build a high-end rendering rig or similar, you really should look no further."
"As we all know, there is always room for improvement with any product out there. ASRock Z77 Extreme11 is no exception. We believe it would be highly beneficial if ASRock replaced the small and unhandy latches on the graphics card slots which are now used on almost all of ASRock products. We also weren’t too thrilled that the power-saving technologies did not work well in the nominal mode, though this could be easily fixed by manually enabling them in the mainboard BIOS. But these are the little things. The more serious concern was the failure with the BIOS update system which we experienced during our test session, which makes us question the safety and reliability of the BIOS updating procedures on ASRock mainboard using the built-in tools. Hopefully, this problem will be corrected quickly and won’t become a long-term issue."