Asus Intel H97-PLUS Motherboard
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- Proven quality: 5X protection, 1000+ compatible devices and 7000+ validation hours
- Crystal sound 2: Flawless audio that makes you part of the game
- Speed up your system with lightning-fast 10Gb/s M.2
- Media-acclaimed UEFI BIOS with new EZ tuning wizard
- Fan Xpert 2+: Ultimate cooling and quietness
- ASUS HomeCloud: A digital PC hub perfect for sharing and home theater
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Description for Asus Intel H97-PLUS Motherboard
LGA1150, ATX, 1 x LAN, HDMI/DVI/VGA, CFX
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One other minor issue is the small font in the user manual. It makes it difficult to see details of things like how to install the case connectors (power and reset switches, LEDs). If they want to keep the small font, they should include a "getting started" guide to simplify installation of connectors without a magnifying glass.
I used this for a build for my friend. A budget gaming build that he could also use for school. It has all of the essentials. Only one PCI-E x16 at full speed which is all I needed. It has a USB 3 header for the front panel connectors of a case. It has four USB 3 slots on the back of the motherboard. Two PCI-E and two PCI slots for expansion if he ever needs which so far has only been on wireless card. It has six SATA 6 Gb/s slots which are occupied with one SSD, one WD Blue HDD, and a DVD drive for the random times you need one. All six are placed facing upwards from the board. It's a solid board.
This may be minimal but to me the board doesn't have a really bright blue light in it. It has some really dim light that I don't remember the color now that it's with my friend but I think it was red. My last two motherboards have these bright blue lights that make the computer annoying to leave on at night and this is with cases without clear side panels. Just the light leaking through the front panel I/O and through fan grills. This motherboard does not have a bright light. It's a nice dim one that won't catch your eye in the dark. So overall a solid budget motherboard. It was $100.99 when I purchased it. Minus the lack of fan headers it's good for the price.
Furthermore, the motherboard box was just left bare on my porch, not even in a brown Amazon box with a piece of Prime tape holding it together.