Stop waiting. If you are unsatisfied with your internet bandwidth but at the same time reluctant to succumb to those malevolent internet providers, now is the time for a major hardware upgrade! ASRock’s latest X99 WS-E/10G is a motherboard, workstation board hybrid that boasts Dual Intel10G BASE-T LAN ports powered by an Intel X540 Ethernet controller chip, plus Dual Intel gigabit LAN ports powered by two Intel I210AT Ethernet controller chips. Add in the fact that users may use Teaming to combine all four connections into a single one with a gigantic 22Gbps bandwidth!
10 Times Faster with Dual Intel 10G BASE-T LAN!
Aside from the two 10G BASE-T LAN ports, there are two more Intel gigabit LAN ports each supported by an Intel I210AT Ethernet controller, and best of all, support for quad LAN Teaming. By running IxChariot to test our quad LAN setup’s internet bandwidth, we’ve reached a mind blowing 20360 Mb/s!
4-Way SLI/CrossFireX (x16/16/16/16)
As usual, to support 4-Way SLI or CrossFireX, especially if you wish to have all four of your graphics cards running at x16/16/16/16 mode, adequate PCIe bandwidth is required. That’s where the two additional PLX PEX 8747 bridge chips come in handy.
The Most Luxurious 12 Power Phase Design
While other brands are trying to reduce costs by using less and less power phases on their X99 motherboards, ASRock X99 WS-E/10G adopts an uncompromisable 12 power phase design just like the rest of ASRock’s X99 Super Alloy Series. This ensures that the motherboard is more performance/power efficient and operates at cooler temperatures compared to its adversaries.
Ultra Thin Design to Fit 1U Chassis
Casual PC or server workstation, you decide. The back of ASRock X99 WS-E/10G is mounted with ultra short screws, and the length of the CPU back plate is less than 3mm! Again, this special design is for people who tend to install this motherboard into a 1U server chassis.
ASRock X99 WS-E/10G is a crossover between a hardware enthusiast motherboard and a workstation. Identical to other ASRock X99 Super Alloy motherboards, it supports LGA 2011-3 CPUs ranging from 18 core 160W Xeon E5-1600/2600 v3 processors to unlocked Intel CoreTM i7 CPUs. Same as the rest of the X99 motherboards, it has eight DDR4 memory slots that support quad channel ECC technology, UDIMM/RDIMM memory modules up to 3200+(OC) and a maximum of 128GB capacity. On the other hand, the storage options are about as good as X99 Extreme11. Users may find 12 SATA3 ports, 1 SATA Express 10Gb/s connector, 1 PCIe Gen2 x4 M.2 slot, a SATA DOM and a USB DOM.
Anxious for more speed? Get connect with the 10G BASE-T LAN and quad teaming on ASRock’s X99 WS-E/10G, it gives fast internet speed a whole new definition.