Asus Gryphon Z87 Pro Reviews

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"Enthusiasts may want to pay a little extra for the Genes, but unless you’re overclocking with liquid or more exotic cooling systems, you’re not going to reap any benefits from your extra expense."
"At a first glance the Gryphon Z87 definitely leaves a very good impression. For an attractive price of a little bit more than 100 Euro you get a convincing feature mix as well as decent components. Additionally this board turned out to be surprisingly efficient regarding power consumption. In this case one could even build efficient office PC's based on the Gryphon."
"I am a bit nonplussed by the ARMOR as a separate purchase, but having seen numerous comments of users on various sites denouncing ASUS's Thermal Armor, I completely understand why ASUS took that route. However, having the complete package in my hands, assembled and tested, has proven to me that the GRYPHON ARMOR kit is a worthy addition most users should not overlook. But this product is new and ASUS wants to make sure all users can embrace it without qualms, so for that I have to accept things as they are, although my own opinion differs here. If you were to ask me whether I would change anything about the ASUS GRYPHON Z87, my answer would be short. There is simply nothing here I would change. If you are looking for a well-built and over-engineered platform for your new Haswell chip, and aren't looking for the highest overclocks but still want to get reasonable overclocked performance, the ASUS GRYPHON Z87 is the board for you."
"The Gryphon Z87 is actually very much alike to ASUS’s ordinary products. It is quite a typical LGA1150 mainboard from that brand with all the typical highs and lows, from minor flaws during the startup procedure to the reduced performance at high loads. We haven’t yet seen a Z87-based mainboard from ASUS that would ensure standard system settings by default. The ROG series models increase their CPU clock rate while other ASUS mainboards lower it at high loads. That’s quite unacceptable from such a respectable manufacturer."
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