ASRock P67 Extreme4

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1 Anandtech
"The ASRock P67 Extreme4 shows a lot of potential. With this being our first Sandy Bridge motherboard review, there’s a very fine line of being wowed by Sandy Bridge, and deciding whether this motherboard is something people will want to buy. There will be a lot of choices on offer on release day, and ASRock is obviously competing to be the best board out there."
2 OCWorkBench
"Performance wise, this board is speedy with it’s P1.40 BIOS just downloaded from the ASRock website. We are pretty surprised by the performance as it is on par or better than the ASUS P8P670Pro and ASRock FATAL1TY P67 board in a number of benchmarks. Perhaps the ASRock team has found a way to tune up the 3D performance. In addition, the XFast USB technology also speeds up the performance of disk access."
3 Hardware Heaven
"Moving to the Fatal1ty board we find a number of the same great features that were present on the Extreme4. These include the impressive XFast USB technology, UEFI BIOS with GUI, extra spacing between PCIe slots and on-board LED. ASRock add some nice twists such as gold capacitors and nicer PCIe and memory clips in addition to extra SATA 6GB/s ports and two additional USB 3.0 connectors however we do have to question the need for Fatal1ty branding as none of these are new ideas."
4 MadShrimps
"The Extreme4 P67 motherboard from ASRock is a feature-rich product which incorporates the latest technologies like USB 3.0/SATA3/eSATA3, supports the Sandy Bridge CPUs from Intel and comes with a very easy to use UEFI BIOS; the motherboard comes with a 8+2 power phase design and is offered at a competitive price. In this review we use the board to push our 2500K CPU to 4.8Ghz with air cooling."