++++ The ASRock X99X Killer/3.1/A/ASRK motherboard has a price of approx. 290 Euro (07/2015) and is thus already in the upper price segment of the Intel LGA 2011-3 motherboards.
At the ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer 3.1 LGA2011-3 DDR4 motherboard we are really excited about the new USB 3.1 ports, but not only, it is the whole combination of the excellent high-end equipment, top features for gamers and enthusiasts, as well as extensive setting for the Intel LGA 2011-3 CPU overclocking.
The standard equipment of this X99X Killer 3.1 Fatal1ty mainboard provides five PCI Express slots, a mini-PCI Express slot, ten SATA3 ports, one SATA express 10 Gb/s port, one eSATA3 port, the HDD saver function, one Ultra M.2 32 GB/s slot, one USB 3.1 Type-C, two USB 3.1 Type-A via card supplied, up to eight possible USB 3.0 ports, up to six possible USB 2.0 ports and the USB 2.0 Fatal1ty mouse port, two Gigabit LAN ports, 7.1 purity sound 2 with DTS Connect support, analog sound output via five jacks, digital sound output by optical S/PDIF, internal Thunderbolt AIC connector, TPM connector, eight DDR4 slots with DRAM frequency OC presets for DDR4 memory overclocking, a new graphical interface for optimal control of the fans in the UEFI Setup and and and …
All in all the ASRock X99X killer 3.1 motherboard is an absolute high-end X99 motherboard not only – but also – for gamers equipped with an gigantic amount features and yet reached incredibly high overclocking results.
Special thanks to ASRock for their support.
* All LGA 2011-3 motherboard reviews since 01.10.2014 are based on an Intel Core i7-5930K CPU, MSI Radeon R9 280 Twin Frozr Gaming 3GB PCI Express 3.0 video card, 4x 4GB Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 / PC4-19200U memory modules, Cooler Master Silent Pro M 600W power supply unit and the following software configuration: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, SiSoftware Sandra 2013, Futuremark 3DMark and 3DMark06 (OC software is available in the Links & Downloads section). All benchmark results only offer a comparison among themselves for a rough motherboard performance comparison.