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ASRock A75M-ITX Motherboard Review

Rating: 7.5.

We have tested a number of motherboards from ASRock in the past which we have been generally very impressive. They cater for users of all levels, producing a range which encompasses both budget friendly, mid-range and high-end enthusiast motherboards. The Fatal1ty 990FX Professional Motherboard we looked at a while back was aimed at the top-end enthusiast segment of the market and delivered on every level.

Today we are going to look at the ASRock A75M-ITX motherboard which is aimed at the small-form-factor market. As its name suggests, the motherboard is Mini-ITX which makes it ideal to use within a compact HTPC.

We can also deduce from the product name that this particular motherboard features AMD’s A75 Fusion Controller Hub, meaning it supports the latest USB3.0 and SATA-600 interfaces.

On paper, this motherboard looks to be well featured for a Mini-ITX board but we will see how it performs in our tests before making a final verdict.

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  • larence

    Decent motherboard. I doubt people buying one of these will want to overclock much anyway. no need with a media center.

  • Jeff Stelling

    I have this board, I didn’t get it overclocked at all and gave up. Its a good board though.

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  • Medallish

    Cool review, one thing missing though! Please add the results of just using the 6670, I really want to see the benifit, I know there are other reviews that does this, but I want to see if it improves as the drivers gets more up to date.

    But yeah if I was building an HTPC today, I would either get this or Asus Llano board(that actually has Wifi) along with a low profile 6670, you could really make a small machine pack quite a punch.