|Price incl. VAT||£45.82|
|Price excl. VAT||£38.18|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £4.58 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £2.29 Possibility to return products within two months||
Reliable motherboard micro ATX format is particularly suitable for HTPC intended for the living room or in the corporate office computers. Equipment board contains all the modern technology - is present PCI Express 3.0 port for video cards, 4 SATA III connectors, USB 3.0, support for DDR3 memory and UEFI BIOS. B85 Chipset Intel Core processor brings support for fourth generation Intel Haswell. Pro ensuring maximum reliability board is equipped exclusively with a solid dielectric capacitors, plus Full Spike Protection technology protects the plate containing a mounted components from unexpected power surges or short circuits.
Such a basis will not disappoint even the most demanding user. ASRock boards adds to its sophisticated software package , Which can be found in, for example, A-Tuning, which is an interface that allows you to control all the possibilities of the motherboard. But that's not all - using a unique feature XFast 555 can achieve up to five times faster RAM, LAN and USB. For those who are rich software equipment supplied by the manufacturer is not enough, the service provides ASRock App Shop, where you can find conveniently support a variety of applications and software.
Other features include gigabit network card to ensure that only the most online traffic at top speed and also supports Wake On WAN for remote wake computers over a network. With ASRock Cloud transform your computer into a complete private cloud storage with lots of skills such as streaming media, the ability to control your computer remotely from any device or access files from multiple devices simultaneously.
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