ASRock Z270 Killer SLI Motherboard Review

Conclusion and Verdict

In conclusion, The ASRock Z270 Killer SLI is a cheaper model but don’t let that deter you from giving this mobo a look. The SLI/AC version has a couple more features and of course the built in wifi, but all that stuff is going to cost you a few extra dollars. I always say if you aren’t going to use it why even get that option. I like to budget my build or I could get really carried away. Make a list of your needs and find the right motherboard to fit those needs.

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The Killer SLI by Asrock has a plethora of features and supports the newly released Kaby Lake and the previous Skylake processors. At the moment in time I can easily find the SLI/AC model of the board and a bunch of e-tailers for around $139 USD. I am coming up empty handed when it comes to the regular SLI version. Even thought the $139 dollar price tag for the AC version isn’t to bad.

The ASRock Z270 Killer SLI can be found on Newegg as well as other various e-tailers for around $139.99USD*this is the price for the SLI/AC only one I could find at the time of this review. Buy a similar motherboard – ASRock Z270 Extreme4 at Amazon – https://goo.gl/SuZ8Fm.

 

Pros:

  • Durable Components
  • Price
  • Plethora of built in Safety Features
  • Friendly Bios Interface

Cons:

  • Was hard to actually find the Killer SLI version for sale anywhere

 

Final thoughts:

Don’t pay for features you will never use. With the ASRock Killer SLI you get a plethora of features and a price tag that will make you smile all the way home. ASRock has been around for a while and has a great quality to their products!

 

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