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ASRock Z75 Pro3 LGA 1155 Intel Z75 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

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  • Intel Z75
  • Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155)
  • DDR3 2800+(OC)/2400(OC)

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Embrace the evolved power of Intel 3rd generation Core processor with the ASRock Z75 Pro3 motherboard, based on the latest Intel Z75 chipset which firstly integrates native USB 3.0 connectivity on Intel platform. Exclusive XFast 555 technology, including XFast RAM / XFast LAN / XFast USB, works behind the scenes to improve overall system efficiency and throughput. Digi Power design provides more precise, more efficient power delivery to CPU and 100% solid capacitors ensure unmatched reliability, durability and overclocking potential.

Intel Smart Connect Technology keeps you always up to date with social networking even when system is asleep, while Intel Rapid Start Technology allows your PC to resume from deepest sleep in a flash. Visual performance is vital in the graphics-intensive apps filled environments. Virtu Universal MVP intelligently and dynamically assign tasks to integrated or discrete graphics resource for uncompromised game response performance and better power efficiency. CrossFireX support in combination with the PCIe 3.0 capabilities push the graphics performance to a new level to bring you a brand new gaming experience.

  • newegg XFast 555 Technology Exclusive ASRock XFast 555 technology including XFast RAM, XFast LAN and XFast USB technology optimizes your user experience with unprecedented fast response and low latency. XFast RAM will create a virtual disk from the system memory to boost the performance. For Photoshop, It can even perform 5X faster than before. ASRock XFast LAN is a smart productivity tool to help you manage your priorities of internet applications, simplify your digital life and accomplish more. XFast USB technology boosts up the USB transfer to a new level enabling more data to be transferred in less time.
  • newegg Virtu Universal MVP - Uncompromised Game Response Performance ASRock motherboard supports Lucid Virtu Universal MVP technology that improves your PC’s visuals, with faster response times, improved video processing and smoother media playback, all with low power consumption. Brilliantly designed for gaming, Virtu Universal MVP switchable graphics software assigns tasks dynamically to the best graphics resource regardless of physical cable connection and features two exciting techniques – HyperFormance and Virtual Vsync. HyperFormance combines integrated and discrete graphics for uncompromised performance and improving gaming frame rates by 30-70%. Virtual Vsync solves the ever lasting debate between quality and performance. Bring GPU performance from 60 FPS Vsync limit back to its maximum while keeping Vsync image quality and no tearing.
  • newegg Digi Power By adopting digital pulse-width modulation (PWM), the ASRock motherboard can provide CPU Vcore voltage more efficiently and smoothly. Compared to analog PWM, digital PWM can optimize the CPU power solution and provide a proper and stable Vcore for the processor.
  • newegg Intel Smart Connect Technology & Intel Rapid Start Technology (Both are only supported under Windows Intel Smart Connect Technology keeps content always up-to-date! It means that your email, favorite apps, and social networks are continually and automatically updated even when the system is asleep. Smart Connect will periodically wake up the PC while in a sleep state and check updates for things like email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. No more waiting for the latest world news or friends’ updates to be delivered—just enable this function and you’re up-to-date and ready to go. Intel Rapid Start Technology gets your device up and running faster from even the deepest sleep, saving time and battery life. It quickly returns where you left off with a PC that goes from deep-sleep to full awake in a flash. The ultra-responsive capability gives your device the power to quickly resume to Windows 7 OS within few seconds and ensures ultra-low power consumption when on standby. With Intel Rapid Start Technology, users can jump right back into everything they were doing!
  • newegg Next-Gen PCI-E 3.0 Support The ASRock motherboards support the Next-Gen PCI-E 3.0! PCI Express 3.0 can maximize the bandwidth for the next-gen PCI Express 3.0 VGA cards, providing ultimate graphics performance.
  • newegg ASRock OMG (Online Management Guard) Fast, Easy and Free – ASRock OMG technology allows you to establish an internet curfew or restrict internet access at specified times. Administrators are able to schedule the starting and ending hours of internet access granted to other users. Normally, ISPs (Internet Service Provider) will charge for internet curfew service. The service controls “all” the PCs connected at home through network remotely but all the PCs in that network will be restricted to access the internet at pre-setup times. However, ASRock OMG is a free tool for controlling internet access of each single PC. Parents can easily control internet access through BIOS setup to protect their kids from using Internet at inappropriate time, and meanwhile, enjoy their own internet space.

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Anonymous
  • 5/25/2016 5:29:33 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsFailed after 14 months

Pros: Worked great while it did

Cons: The 64k base ram failed after about 14 months

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued ASRock Customer

Thank you for purchase and review.
I wonder that you mentioned 64k base RAM that related to mainboard since mainboard does not have RAM.
Please contact us with detail description at
We will assist you shortly.

Thank you

ASRock Support
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  • scott t.
  • 5/18/2016 12:03:06 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsDidnt have many options

Pros: Works with linux

Cons: Probably wouldn't have been my first pick but got a free 2600k and this was one of the few available when I got it, but ASRock is a good brand.

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  • Nicholas F.
  • 5/7/2016 2:46:45 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsFailed After 8 Months; Terrible Customer Support From ASRock.

Pros: - Good enough for a cheap/midrange build

Cons: - 2 of 3 PCIE slots are 2.0, which makes no sense to me and also dashes all hopes of using dual graphics cards
- Crapped out after 8 months

Other Thoughts: I would not recommend this product simply because of the terrible customer service that ASRock provided for me after their board stopped working less than a year after being purchased. I called at least four times before the RMA process even started, and it only started because I refused to get off the phone until they submitted a ticket.

I had to pay out of pocket to ship back the defective board (whatever speed I picked they would match on their end). I chose overnight because I need this computer for work, but it took them two days to ship out another one because the boards they tested to send to me were also defective, which is not a good sign. When the new one finally arrives, the packing was atrocious (it consisted of an inside out box for a larger motherboard, your standard static bag, and a small amount of foam) and, unsurprisingly, it was damaged out of the box. The USB 3.0 was destroyed and a single pin was off on the LGA socket.

When I called to say that the product had been damaged in shipping, I was blamed for the damage and told that I should just admit that I broke both the USB 3.0 and the LGA socket as there's no possible way it could've been broken during shipping. I refused and finally the man I spoke to transferred me to a woman who was much more sympathetic.

In the end, the company itself keeps me away from these boards more than the defects. The way I was treated as a customer left a bad taste in my mouth.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Nicholas,

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
For the PCIE slots for dual graphics cards, mainboard supports AMD CrossFireX.
For the replacement mainboards, all returned mainboards has been fully tested by technician to assure working and professionally packed before shipped to avoid damaged and back and forth shipping.

As always, we appreciate your purchase and constructive reviews are welcome.

If you have any technical inquiry or warranty question in the future, please contact us at We will assist you shortly.

Thank you

Tech Support Email:

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  • DEAN T.
  • 4/27/2016 1:13:32 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPefect for repairs

Pros: I bought this to repair a computer who's motherboard blew out. Haven't had any trouble, and it was actually a small upgrade from the board it had before.

Cons: Nothing

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  • John H.
  • 4/4/2016 10:07:51 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsBang for your buck

Pros: *First and foremost, the price. The board (at the time I got it) was $62, and shipping was free. At this price point, I only had a few requirements:
-Z75 Chipset / Socket 1155 to fit the i5 I had
-2+ SATA3
-ATX form (build was going in a Corsair Obsidian 800D)
-Not look like it was made from smelted child's toys (read: full of blue, red, or yellow)

*The points I wanted were all available in this board, and I went for it.
*The build quality actually surprised me. I did a thorough examination of the PCI slots, capacitors, heatsinks, and I/O panel. Nothing seemed poorly made.

*The DIMM's are not entirely too close to the CPU socket--and I used a Xigmatek Dark Knight cooler with this build with plenty of room to spare. No sacrificing memory slots. Nice.
*The BIOS is by no means an omnipotent being, but it is a little more capable than I would have expected for this pricepoint. I was able to setup a default profile, then I tested the built in OC function which instantly ran the 3ghz i5 right up to 3.7ghz (turbo still on, although irrelevant at this clockspeed). I saved that as a second profile, and created a third in which I manually overclocked (chip's max is 3.7, but there are a few more tweaks in the BIOS that presented themselves). I saved my manual OC as the third profile. For me, that was enough features for what I paid for.

*The PCB is labeled pretty clearly, which doesn't leave the builder running to the manual to find the positions of pins for the power switches etc. Which, anno 2014, should be a standard feature and I was glad to find that it wasn't overlooked.

++Not feature-rich, but for the really feel like you get a little more than you paid for. I didn't feel like I had compromised the features I am accustomed to just to spend less.

Cons: *Biggest gripe was instantly noticeable: the PCIe x1 slot (typically used for your sound card) is directly above the graphics (PCIx x16) slot. I've had boards that cost $300+ with this same design "flaw" (as I'll call it) and it's frustrating as a long-time system builder & tweaker. With today's graphic cards, it's not out of the question to think that a user buying a budget-board like this one is going to put in a mid-to-high-end video card. Cramming the 1x and 16x slots so close really puts some limitations--and some users might even be forced to sacrifice one card for the other (or use a dreaded "low profile" option).

*The BIOS could be said to be lacking. I'd agree if someone said this, but I think it's tough to call it a true con being that the board is so inexpensive. You *do* get what you pay for.

*The SATA connections on the board could have been 90 degree options. This is just something you find on some boards, and it's something I would have considered a nice thing to have.

*Some might say the Realtek ALC892 on-board sound is lackluster, or run of the mill. In-and-of-itself that's not a true con per se; however, the issues I mentioned with the PCIe 1x slot being in such tight quarters may lead to you having slight problems wedging a high end sound option in there after you tuck in that beefy video board.

*There could have been a few more fan ports on the board itself. There were three chassis fan ports (one of which being 3-pin), as well as two CPU fan ports (again, one being 3-pin).

Other Thoughts: +Users with large cases (Read: Corsair Obsidian 800D) may want to use a fan controller with this board. While the board provided fan connections, large cases with 4+ chassis fans will end up wondering "now where will I plug this one in...?" Then again, with a $300 PC case you probably have already moved on to a controller.

+As mentioned, the board itself is offered at a price that makes you nervous that you'd be compromising all the features you want. While it's not necessarily overloaded with features, you certainly get more features than you expect for the price.

+++If you're looking for a board to replace a dead motherboard, or if you just need a quick budget item: I recommend this.

+++I'm not giving a "5 egg" rating simply on principle, I don't think many products deserve it unless they are truly exceptional. That being said, consider this a "high 4 egg" because of the value.

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5 out of 5 eggsNice Mobo for my I7-3770

Pros: Inexpensive, decent chipset
Many variables in UEFI BIOS
System was up quickly at first
Am able to run 2400mhz RAM w/o having to use CPU OC

Cons: SATA 2 ports covered if you put a long 2nd GPU in
Only has 2 SATA 3 ports
No quick reset button

Other Thoughts: All in all, very happy with this motherboard, I had an Alienware X51 that had zero room for expansion, yet had a decent CPU I7-3770, and I wanted to enlarge system. I bought this mobo as "open box", and was very skeptical at first. I rebuilt the system with a Corsair 100R, EVGA 650 PS, 16 gb of 2400 ddr3, and used 2 graphics boards I had. A new 750ti, and old 545 from system. It took a while for me to get it all running on win 10, but now I have it running 7 monitors (HD), and system is not that slow with all that graphics running. I had to get all new drivers from Nvidia (they are fantastic with updates!!) and was able to use HDMI with on board graphics power.
It took Win 10 a while to reload, but I was able to change MB, RAM, GPU. And system accepted all those changes :)

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/6/2016 9:51:50 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsFailed after 3 months

Pros: Nothing special mother borard

Cons: Had intermittent issues with driver conflicts
Failed entirely with no response after 3 months

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  • Alan L.
  • 3/3/2016 9:28:02 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsCheap but not recognizing XMP profile properly

Pros: - Cheap, supports overclocking

Cons: - not recognizing my DDR3 2400, running @ 2100 instead

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  • 2/26/2016 9:00:31 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs"Worked" well

Pros: Works really well. Replaced my 3yr-old(and dead) gigabyte h77m board. On my previous board I had to update the bios to make it compatible with gtx760 (otherwise it would just show black screen all day and wont boot), but this one was just plug&play so that's a plus for me. Hard to find better lga1155 board these days

Cons: PC wouldn't shut down after installation (windows shuts down but cpu cooler and other fans won't). However, CMOS reset fixed it right away; didn't need such surprise though.

Other Thoughts: Board works nicely for now but some other reviews say it didn't last long. Will see how long mine lasts :S
----------------------------------edit Feb 26 2016-------------------------------------------------
It BROKE after one month + week of ownership :(
No motherboard splash screen at all at the beginning of boot process with just black screen continuing until forced shutdown. Already tried suggested troubleshoot options by ASRock Support and it doesn't work.Really disappointing.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Junwon,

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
We will be more than happy to assist you if the mainboard is malfunctioned.
Please contact our at

Thank you

Tech Support Email:

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/20/2016 7:36:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsInexpensive MB with just the features I needed.

Pros: Easy bios, usb 3.0, two 6Gb/s sata connectors, cheap price, compatibility with my Zeon e3 1270v2 processor. Great easy setup using the Zeon chip and 16 GB of 1600 non ecc memory. Passmark cpu score of 10456. Can have 20+ open sites in IE while gaming and it stays rock solid. Running 4 ssd's and two optical drives on it and it's been solid so far. Only been using it for a week and if I run into any problems with it (before I upgrade:) I'll update this.

Cons: Had primary ssd in 0 and it didn't recognize it, switched it to 1 and it did. Minor.

Other Thoughts: Didn't want to spend much due to a future 1150 upgrade so this fit the bill.

Update 2/10/16 After doing some overclocking I noticed it trying to set the multiplier to x45 no matter what I actually had it set to. It was also automatically overvolting even though I had manually set the voltage. Thought I had killed the board, but reset cmos with the jumper and all is well now.

Update 2/20/16.. having spent a couple months with it now, this has been a good board for people that want to over clock their I5, or I7 to an average overclock. I got a 106 x bus with the Xeon and x45 multi with a 3770k and 2600k. Anything over that caused B/S/O/D and messing up the bios. A simple cmos reset took care of the bios. My take on it is this is a good motherboard for a modest overclock, but not for the high overclock. This just doesn't have the power capabilities. Anything over 3.4 volts and it gets wonky. After that being said, it fits my 4.5 OC needs.

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