ASRock B550 Extreme4 – iXBT

For its value, the functionality of the ASRock B550 Extreme4 is very good. It has 15 USB ports of different types (including 3 USB3 Gen2), 2 PCIe x16 slots (of which the first receives 16 PCIe lanes from the processor) with the ability to create AMD CrossFire, 2 PCIe x1 slots for expansion cards, 2 M.2 slots, 6 SATA ports. The board offers 7 connectors for fans and pumps; all drives in M.2 slots are equipped with heatsinks. Perhaps there is only one wired network controller, but it is high-speed, 2.5 Gigabit.

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ASRock B550 Extreme4

ASRock B550 Extreme4 is a decent motherboard that supports the latest AMD desktop CPUs with a good list of features that lean towards the enthusiast who appreciates on-board Power and Reset buttons and a POST code debug display.

You can do an easy reality check by asking yourself whether seven PWM fan headers sound like a decent number or some sort of crazy overkill. As a hint, we reckon four or five headers is about right however it never hurts to have a few extra as spares.

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ASRock B550 Extreme4

The B550 Chipset from AMD is the mainstream chipset whereas the X570 is the high-end or enthusiast chipset. ASRock like many other manufactures has released a slew of B550 motherboards in all sizes and price ranges and as I am wrapping up my B550 reviews, they sent over the ASRock B550 Extreme4. The ASRock B550 Extreme4 is a full-size ATX motherboard featuring some of the latest innovations from ASRock.

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ASRock B550 Extreme4

Today we’ll be taking a look at the B550 Extreme4. The Extreme4 series is well known for its great value and high performance. This is one of the reasons why it became a popular option for gamers over the years. The Extreme4 looks similar to other ASRock’s motherboards, like the Velocita or the Steel Legend, but they all have significant differences.

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