Welcome, we are going to take a look at The ASRock P55 Extreme4 today. The ASRock P55 is one of the only few high-end motherboards you can buy on the market today. Many of you probably didn’t know that ASRock is a side project of ASUS which was made to compete with Foxconn and ECS motherboards back in 2002, when in 2007 they busted into the market to make higher-end entry boards. Today we will be testing the ASRock P55 Extreme4, one of ASRock’s new motherboards aimed to compete with the big boys in the P55 market. The ASRock is loaded with a ton of features from SATA 3 to USB 3.0 along with much more. So please read on and enjoy as we take a journey through ASRock’s new motherboard.
Special thanks to ASRock for providing us with the P55 Extreme4 motherboard to review.
When looking at the front of the box you see small logos of SATA 3 and USB 3.0. Now on the back of the box you have more in depth details about the P55 Exetreme4.
When opening the box you will first see some SATA cables and the Manuals and Driver DVDS. After unpacking all the contents of the box, we have 4 SATA cables, 1 IDE Cable, USB 3 Front bay device, 2 Molex to SATA power connectors and of course the ASRock P55 Exetreme4 and the user manuals.