Listing features is nice, but let's go a bit deeper what extra hardware makes this board into a real OCing monster.
Two OC buttons (+/-) are located close to the Dimm slots to quickly adjust the frequency. In windows they allow you to toggle between CPU multiplier, Cache Ratio, Core and Cache Volt.
Instead of using a common Debug LED ASRock included the OLED display. Via the Menu button, next to the OC buttons, you can verify temperatures, frequencies, voltages,... .In windows it allows you to toggle between the different OC profiles. Thridly this button can also be used to go straight into the UEFI Bios.
The LN2 switch turns off the CPU's thermal protection and makes it ready for subzero pounding. A Slow mode switch can also be selected to force your CPU to run at the lowest multiplier ( 8x ).
Via dip switches you can select to enable or disable the PCIe slots. No OCing board can do without a BIOS selection switch. Last but not least Voltage checkpoints are installed too.
Two 8 pin CPU connectors and at the bottom of the board an extra Molex connector to feed them power hungry graphics cards.
Even though the listed hardware and features are nice, no real OCing board can do without a great BIOS. Turn the page to discover all the settings of the ASrock OC Formula board.