TAIPEI, Taiwan, November 27, 2012 – Remember those ASRock FM2 Series motherboards which are weaponized with the world’s strongest APU and X-Boost? Shortly after two months of their debut, the flagship model ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6 is not only highly acclaimed by IT pros, but also won the 2012 Approved Award from the authority on tech, Tom’s Hardware!
Beset by multitudes of A85X motherboards designed from different brands and each with distinct specifications, how should one choose the right motherboard wisely without regretting later? Apparently, eeny meeny miny moe isn’t going to be a tad bit of help in this case, so why not try taking some advice from Tom’s Hardware? In one of their latest reviews, Six Socket FM2 Motherboards For AMD's Trinity APUs, chief editor Thomas Soderstrom compared six socket FM2 motherboards, including ASRock’s FM2A85X Extreme6, F2A85-V Pro from ASUS, A85F2-A GOLDEN from ECS, Gigabyte’s F2A85X-UP4, FM2-A85XA-G65 from MSI and Sapphire’s Pure Platinum A85XT. We are proud to announce that ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6 has received the “2012 Approved” award from Tom’s Hardware, meaning that this motherboard stands out of the crowd with indisputable value.