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ASRock's Z87 Extreme9/ac is first Intel 8 Series motherboard to receive Thunderbolt certification

ASRock announces their Z87 Extreme9/ac is the first Haswell motherboard to gain Thunderbolt Certification

| Motherboards News | Posted: May 14, 2013 10:03 pm

ASRock has announced that their top-of-the-line Z87 Extreme9/ac is the first Intel 8 Series motherboard to be awarded Thunderbolt certification from Intel. The Z87 Extreme9/ac is ASRock's highest performance motherboard designed for Intel's upcoming Haswell CPU's.

 

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Now the maestros of motherboard manufacturing, ASRock is the world's first to add more of these wonderful Thunderbolt ports to the upcoming Intel 8 Series motherboards! What's more, the company's top-of-the-line Z87 Extreme9/ac motherboard is the world's first Intel 8 Series motherboard to pass the Intel Thunderbolt certification. These Thunderbolt ports will come on ASRock's Z87 Extreme9/ac, which are allegedly arriving to the market very soon, along with dozens of other exciting new features, such as ASRock's A-Style.

 

We expect to see the Z87 Extreme9/ac at Computex during the first part of June. It, along with Intel's Haswell CPU's, should be one of the main highlights of the show.

 

For those who don't know, Thunderbolt is a connectivity platform, like USB, developed by Intel that provides the ability to daisy-chain devices through a single Thunderbolt port.

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