ASUS P8Z77-V Pro Motherboard
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- Rich features for the home environment : Multimedia management, diverse remote control, internet sharing and quick data sharing^Fan Xpert 2 - Fan auto tuning function for optimized speed control and settings for each individual fan^ASUS USB 3.0 Boost - Set USB 3.0 devices into 3 modes: Normal, Turbo, UASP to improve overall read/write performance instantaneously^SMART DIGI+ Power Control - Flexible precise adjustments for system stability, high power efficiency and improved performance scaling on both CPU and RAM^USB BIOS flashback - Plug in USB with BIOS file and just click the button for simplest BIOS update
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The ASUS P8Z77-V Pro motherboard features the Intel Z77 chipset supporting the Intel LGA1155 3rd/2nd generation Intel Core i7 processors. ASUS offers this top tier platform-leading solution with the exclusive Dual Intelligent Processors 3 technology integrated featuring new SMART DIGI+ power control, capable of achieving most precise adjustment, enhanced performance, stability and O.C. capacity for CPU and RAM. With SMART DIGI+, users can adjust their system to be highly efficient, providing consistent power delivery to reach higher performance on the Z77 platform than any other vendors out there. EPU conserves energy by intelligently moderating power and load requirements in real-time while TPU provides intelligent system scaling for incredible increases in platform performance while retaining stability. Fan Xpert 2 intelligently provides optimized settings for each fan on your PC and controls fan rotation speeds. Intel 3rd generation core processors supports PCIe 3.0 for AMD CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI support. The ASUS P8Z77-V Pro provides scalable graphics performance for the gaming and computer enthusiast or the graphical designer wanting to harness additional GPU compute power in leading media applications. The Z77 Series motherboards features the latest Lucid Virtu MVP software with HyperFormance technology, optimizing graphics performance by providing outstanding gaming responsiveness, sharper visual quality and improved frame rates all with low power consumption. This latest hybrid graphics boost technology fully utilizes fast-computing iGPU and discrete graphics cards in your system to create up to a 60% discrete graphics boost performance.
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What I wanted was something that would support at LEAST 16 gigs of RAM, my GTX 660, an LGA 1155 chipset, and plenty of fans. This does all of those things. It has more USB ports than I know what to do with (4 SATA 6gig ports, the ones you want) and supports my PCs water cooler, two top fans, two side fans, and single lower fan without a controller (controller is built onto the case).
The only thing it doesn't have is built-in Bluetooth. This was a problem for me because I wanted to use a gaming headset with Bluetooth mic (even though it wasn't designed for a PC). I purchased a USB dongle for a few bucks, but it turned out the mic was such abysmal quality that I couldn't use it anyways. Since nothing else I have requires Bluetooth connectivity, it didn't turn out to be a real issue for me.
I did a month's worth of research on my new PC before I built it and I came to the conclusion that this was the best mobo for me. I think almost anyone would be happy with this board. I even found the manual to be atypically Asus in that it made sense. As much as I love Asus, they do NOT usually make user-friendly instructions. I definitely recommend this thing.
I knocked off a star because I only give 5 stars to thing that EXCEED my highest expectations. This thing is still a great purchase.
CONS: UEFI boot issues! I flashed the newest bios upon receiving the motherboard and the system installed WinXP (for dual boot) flawlessly... but when I went to install 64-bit Win7- it would only take me to a "Boot Manager" screen and would not allow me to proceed. No matter what boot settings I changed in the bios (I even tried four other sata drives with the same result); this includes setting the secure boot to Other OS, selecting compatibility mode, etc... NOTHING. I finally flashed to a bios that was over a year old (before everything switch to a priority for Windows 8) and was able to install Win7 without a hitch. After installation I flashed back to the newest bios and the system works great. Just a major PAIN for those who still want to install 64-bit Win7 on MBR drives.
Overall I am very happy with this motherboard. I always hold my breath when I put together a completely new system- so many components, so many places where things can go wrong. Thankfully I was one of the lucky ones who had all the components (so far) work perfectly; other than the issues installing Win7 as noted.
This is a great hi-performance Motherboard. I have been a system builder for more than 20 years so it was a fairly easy install for me. First time builders should have very few problems if they follow the manual. Experienced system builders won't need the manual until the mobo is physically installed tin the case. I did attach the WiFi board first as mentioned in other reviews.
Initially, I used the onborad video vga to set up the system while waiting for my Asus GT640 card to arrive. I loaded the "basic" software for the mobo first so I could get into the BIOS at start up, to do some tweaking. This gave me opportunity to set the RAM Compatibility push-button on the mobo which took a few seconds.
Very Small Cons:
These are not show-stoppers or red flags:
This mobo is BIG it took some time getting into my mid-tower case. The front SATA connectors were somewhat difficult to access in my Antec 500 case. The HD bay sits directly in front of those connectors. I pulled my drives out and routed the cables through holes that were in the back of the drive bay. It is a two-hand procedure; one hand to rout the cable just at the point of insertion and the other hand to snap the cable into place. You might want to consider plugging in the SATA cables first just before you mount the mobo.
Asus P8Z77-V Pro, Intel i7 Quad-Core over-clocked to 4.3Ghz; Cool Master Hyper 212EVO CPU Cooler; Asus Gt640 2GB DDR 3 PCI 3.0 Video Card factory over-clocked, 32 GB 1.6 Ghz RAM - 12Gb is configured as a RAM Drive; 4 Hard drives totaling 3.64 TB (4 HDs 3 1GB and 1 640GB) two DVD Optical DVD Drives. An additional 6TB offline storage Firewire and USB 3.0 interface.
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