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definitely stay away from asrock... company has trash cs and the quality control is terrible... if u ever have problems with their products get ready to spend about what u paid for it to get it rma'd. but take ur chances if u want to
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definitely stay away from asrock... company has trash cs and the quality control is terrible... if u ever have problems with their products get ready to spend about what u paid for it to get it rma'd. but take ur chances if u want to
I had the same experience.
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definitely stay away from asrock... company has trash cs and the quality control is terrible... if u ever have problems with their products get ready to spend about what u paid for it to get it rma'd. but take ur chances if u want to
Disagree 100%.

I would recommend AsRock. I am currently typing from:
ASRock X370 Killer SLI_AC AMD Motherboard
ASRock Phantom Gaming X Radeon RX570 8GB OC 256-Bit GDDR5 Video Card

Two major components in my rig that has been rock solid since I built in Back in Feb. Lowest prices, received both rebates back already.
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I've had the complete OPPOSITE experience with ASRock. My ancient 2012 ASRock build is still chugging along. Now Gigabyte, that's another story. Two failed MBs with them.
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Asrock mobo has that problem with the Intel LAN... Intel installer won't recognize it and you have to install it in a backass way.... Took me hours...
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No issues with ASRock either. I had a ASRock Z87 board running an i5 overclocked to 4.5 GHz for 5 years with no issues and recently upgraded to an ASRock Z390 Extreme4 and also no issues with it.
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I've had a good experience with ASRock throughout the years. Just bought this board for a higher price from Amazon to use with Ryzen 7 1700 (snagged for $132) for my home server.
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I am currently running an ASRock Extreme6 and have had no problems. It is a high quality board. On the other hand I have had an ASUS board fail. I would buy another ASRock motherboard.
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Still rocking Asrock Z97 Killer and an i7 4790K here, never overclocked.
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Using an asrock Fatal1ty Z97 Killer and a AB350 Pro4. Z97 was excellent for it's price range. I am happy for the most part with AM4 board, though I've had problems with USB off and on. It seems AM4 boards have issues with USB voltage.
I'm personally waiting for AM4 500 series chipsets that should come out this summer.. Word is they have better VRM to handle the core count for Ryzen 3xxx.
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definitely stay away from asrock... company has trash cs and the quality control is terrible... if u ever have problems with their products get ready to spend about what u paid for it to get it rma'd. but take ur chances if u want to
I do not agree with this statement either. Currently using ATX B450 Pro4 with no problem. I actually had more problems with the MSI B450 Tomahawk that got great reviews and I had to RMA
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Asrock has been great with AMD stuff in my experience
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There is a March 15, 2019 BIOS update that has the AGESA 0.0.7.2 update in it. I believe that means Ryzen 3xxx support.
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definitely stay away from asrock... company has trash cs and the quality control is terrible... if u ever have problems with their products get ready to spend about what u paid for it to get it rma'd. but take ur chances if u want to
I completely disagree. I've owned an Asrock ab350 pro4 for a couple years now, without any issues.
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