Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe Pro Reviews
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"If you're not going to build an X79 system...and let's face it, X79 is basically silly for most consumer/gaming systems...the P8Z77-V Deluxe would be an excellent foundation for your next build, even with a Sandy Bridge CPU. You'll never want for features or performance, and this board should easily carry you through the next few years of Intel desktop CPUs. It's expensive, but a good value nonetheless."
"The P8Z77-V Deluxe is yet again, another extremely impressive motherboard from Asus, shipping fully loaded and targeted firmly at the high end enthusiast audience. This board is around £20 more expensive than the excellent Sabertooth Z77 which we reviewed a couple of weeks ago."
"At $269 the P8Z77-V Deluxe sits midway between the $124 P8Z77-M and the $449 P8Z77-V Premium. For the price you get a full feature set that is appealing to just about everyone. Its got a great layout with traditional ASUS good looks and overclocks with the best boards on the market. Any which way you look at it ASUS has another impressive piece of hardware."
"There aren't many times during my writing career where I have been left speechless by a board's overall performance and overclocking prowess. I've never seen a board's auto-overclocking features come to life like what I experienced with the P8Z77-V Deluxe during testing. The UEFI BIOS and TurboV EVO software worked in sync like Batman and Robin to put the right overclocking features and system monitoring functions at the user's fingertips. Giving our PC Perspective Gold Award to the P8Z77-V Deluxe was a no-brainer and I hope ASUS continues to push the envelope to bring more innovative ideas and creative motherboards designs and custom utilities to market."
"If in the market for a "do-it-all" board, this one is a no-brainer as long as its $275 price-tag doesn't break the bank. It's the sort of board that makes me want to build a machine even when I don't need it, so it's safe to say we'll be keeping it near for regular internal testing."