ASRock has teased their X99 OC Formula over at their Facebook page showcasing a powerful 12 Phase design that supports 1300W of power for overclocking. While the ASRock X99 OC Formula is geared towards the overclocking fanatics, ASRock has also showed off several upcoming boards over the last few weeks which include their legacy Extreme 6, Extreme 4 and gaming X99 Killer and X99M Killer FATAL1TY motherboards.
While little is known about the X99 OC Formula, we do know that the OC series from ASRock are designed with the Super Alloy components. ASRock X99 OC Formula will be the first OC series board in the HEDT lineup from ASRock, built and tested by ASRock’s in-house and legendary overclocker, Nick Shih. The motherboard features a impressive yellow and black color theme which show that it sticks loyal to the OC series design from ASRock. The motherboard features the X99 Express chipset and the LGA 2011-3 socket which will support the latest Haswell-E processors.The ASRock X99 OC Formula will feature a 12 Phase supply featuring a Digi Power, Dual-Stack MOSFET (DSM), Multiple Filter Cap (MFC) (Filters different noises by 3 different capacitors: DIP solid cap, POSCAP and MLCC) and Premium Alloy Choke (Reduces 70% core loss compared to iron powder choke). The X99 OC Formula has a 1300W power rating which will make it one of the best choice for overclocking Intel’s next generation processors.
In addition to the ASRock X99 OC Formula, we are also looking at the X99 Extreme 6 and X99 Extreme 4. We have already detailed these motherboards but ASRock has just released the official pictures of these boards fitted with their retail heatsinks and designs so let’s do a quick round-up of their specifications. The details for the X99 WS, X99 Killer and X99M Killer FATAL1TY can be found in their respective links provided.