ASRock 990FX Extreme9 Motherboard Review
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Released in March 2011, Crysis 2 was the highly-anticipated sequel to Crytek’s triumphant predecessor. The CryEngine 3 game engine is able to deliver stunning visuals of New York’s urban scenery as well as the intense conflict. Those stunning visuals and intense battles demand powerful PC hardware.

We used the game’s ‘Very High’ setting to offer an intense challenge for the gaming hardware while also making playable frame rates a possibility.

We are also utilising the DX11 and High Res Textures pack as well as the game’s latest patch – version 1.9.

As with the Battlefield 3 results, ASRock’s 990FX Extreme9 is clearly a viable motherboard choice for gamers.

ASRock 990FX Extreme9 Motherboard Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  • Rt23ds

    Great motherboard, they deserve to be recognised more in the enthusiast sector. I love my ASROCK Z77 board

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  • Kim

    Nice look board and excellent overclocks. I want to upgrade my AMD system this year, but have been waiting on the new products.

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  • Indloon

    It is a little expensive IMO for what you get, Intel boards start way under £100 today.

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  • Horacio Perez

    Great board, sexy layout and well featured. BUT as overclocker i feel 1.5v core is just too much, even for AMD CPUs…. The marginal gains that you get from 600mhz for about 0.3 vcore increase is not worth it. For 5.0ghz, is ok, 1.5 vcore would be understable, but going upper than that is just too away from my comfort zone. I dont know if I can blame the board or a bad chip. Good review !

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  • Warren Puckett

    The Extreme9 990FX will do very well with a 8370E. Does good enough with 9590 (I call the lazy overclockers board combo). Don’t expect it to overclock the 9590 much. It does run all 8 cores at 4.9 ghz all day with turbo turned off (a little better than 4.7/5.0 stock setting for most things). Recognizes the Avexir 2400 speed ram and sets it automatically. Just make sure you have room for a big twin tower air cooler.or a least a 240mm water cooler so you can keep that temps down.
    It does very well with crossfired R9 285s OC to 1100 Mhz (water cooled also).
    If you are going to do something likes need a big case and big power supply too. Like around 1100 watts. 285/380s need a lot more cooling to push them over 1000Mhz

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