We saw one of ASRock's X79 powered mainboards - the X79 Extreme7 - earlier this month, but the company is preparing an SKU to pack even more of a punch.
The X79 Extreme9, seen above, will soak-up power from dual 8-pin EPS connectors and supposedly packs in a power delivery system to rival the 16-phase VRM, that its X79 Extreme7 sibling is said to harbour. There are a total of eight DIMM slots surrounding the LGA2011 socket, plus the same hefty looking heatsinks and a fan-cooled solution for the PCH.
The X79 Extreme9 also looks set to be accompanied by a daughterboard that is said to house a 7.1 channel audio chip and gaming-grade NIC, plus the mainboard boasts plentiful connectivity options - including a plethora of SATA ports.
If Micro-ATX is what you're looking for though, then there's the X79 Extreme4-M, seen above.
The X79 Extreme4-M adopts an 8-phase VRM for CPU power delivery and is kitted-out with driver-MOSFETs, as well as high-grade solid state chokes. There are a total of four DIMM slots, three PCIe 3.0 x16 slots and a traditional PCI slot thrown in too.
As for connectivity, the SKU is fitted-out with 8+2 channel HD audio, USB 3.0, and FireWire - amongst other things.
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