ASRock X299 Extreme4

In this review we will focus on the X299 Extreme4 motherboard which is designed for the Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors. All tests will be performed on the i9-7900X processor as I don’t think that many users wish to buy 4 core processors for a high-end desktop platform when 6 core Coffee Lake processors cost not much more.

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ASRock X299 Extreme4

The ASRock X299 Extreme4 is aiming high. It has large dual heatsinks to keep an 11-phase power delivery cool, dual M.2 slots both able to work at PCIe x4 speeds, SLI/Crossfire support, and USB 3.1 ports on the rear panel. 

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ASRock X299 Extreme4

The X299 Extreme4 is a fine value for, say, pairing a PCIe x16 four-way M.2 adapter with a single graphics card. The price could also entice prosumers seeking to go from a six-core to an eight-core CPU. But the board’s restrictive slot configuration limits its appeal to niche cases.

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ASRock X299 Extreme4

The behemoth Core i9-7980XE CPU can easily draw that 300W at stock with MultiCore Enhancement enabled, meaning the Core i9-7980XE will crush the VRM of many of those boards just at “stock”. So with all that in mind, I strapped my own Core i9-7980XE CPU into the ASRock X299 Extreme4, powered it up, and immediately began overclocking. Let’s take a look.

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ASRock X299 Extreme4

The biggest barrier to entry of the X299 platform is price, and ASRock is looking to shake things up by providing a low cost but reliable product with basic platform features. ASRock is known for making waves with fairly priced loaded products, so let’s see how this one does.

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