More sights from Computex 2013

Part two of our photo series from the Nanggang hall at Computex

If you think your PC is hardcore, this ASRock board uses an LSI SAS3 controller that supports 16 SATA drives. Coupled with the six SATA ports already supported by the motherboard's chipset, it's able to run 22 SSDs in a RAID 0 array. As if that wasn't enough, it also runs a fourth generation Intel Core i7-4770K CPU, 32GB of RAM and has four 3GB Radeon HD7950 graphics cards installed in a CrossFire X configuration. There are two power supplies: a 1200W main supply, and a secondary 1000W supply.

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