Asus P8Z77-V Pro Pro Reviews
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Asus P8Z77-V Pro Reviews5
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|ocaholic||4/5||Feb 07 '13|
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|Real World Labs||---||Apr 01 '13|
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|ThinkComputers||9/10||Aug 19 '12|
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"At a first glance ASUS leaves a good impression with its P8Z77-V Pro/Thunderbolt. Once more we very much like the design of this P8-Series motherboard. The color scheme has a high value of recognition but the cooling blocks. We think that they have a cheap looking. In other hand they are not too big therefore they leave plenty of space to easily install a big CPU cooler."
"It's well built, with an array of nice features, plentiful connectivity and a great BIOS. It's not worth upgrading to until the CPUs come along that can really take advantage of the various features. Looking at it purely as a motherboard for a 2nd Generation CPU it is a good performer with just enough extra bells and whistles to make it worthy of consideration and for that reason we're going to award it our OC3D Silver Award."
"Overall, there is very little not to like about this motherboard. It is relatively affordable, has more features than most enthusiast grade motherboards and has the performance to back it all up. The only downside we can think of is the multiple shades of blue throughout the motherboard didn’t appeal to our tastes, but seeing as this is an objective issue we cant really hold it against the product."
"So it comes time for the final verdict on this board. Though it did get some global points on HWBot we just have a hard time deciding what level it is. Is it gold or silver? Is it best in class? Not really. Is it equipped for extreme cold? No.Well the fact that you can get an easy no BIOS overclock in Linux through the EPU and TPU switches and you can get a decent performance boost from the Turbo USB 3.0 Giving you fast external storage options."
"The ASUS P8Z77-V PRO is available for $214.99 at my favorite online retailer. This makes it slightly more expensive than many of the motherboards in the mainstream market segment, but it does offer a whole host of extra features for your dollar."