ECS Z77H2-AX Pro Reviews
ECS Z77H2-AX Roundups and Shootouts
ECS Z77H2-AX Previews
|There are currently no previews. Click below to submit one.|
|» Submit a preview link
Quoted from ECS Z77H2-AX Reviews:
Check out these quotes from ECS Z77H2-AX reviews & previews
"With the BIOS aside, the board does offer great gaming performance, a great bundle with a unique look that some may see as horrid, and some may love it, but for us; it’s innovation and that’s why we’re giving it our Innovation Award. Unless you can find me another board from another brand that can be daring enough to make a board that has more gold in it than Lil Wayne’s mouth, then this award will stay."
"ASRock have recently updated the BIOSes for some of their high-end boards to support Ivy Bridge CPUs; as some of you would know, we have last tested their Z68 Fatal1ty Gen3 board, which had good performances with the 2500K. In a comparison with the Z77H2-AX, both boards traded blows, delivering about the same performance levels, in some cases the ASRock model even winning with some of the benchmark scores. Considering the performance facts, it is not easy to recommend one over the other; if you are just going to build a new system on the LGA1155 platform or you only have a P67 board without Gen3, you could go without any second thoughts straight to Z77 but in the case you already have bought a Z68 Gen3 motherboard and the manufacturer has offered Ivy Bridge support for it, you can as well keep it and only get the new Ivy CPU. However, the Z77 boards have a few benefits like support for higher frequency RAM, USB 3.0 support from the chipset and improved SSD caching technologies."
"We take a first look at three motherboards using Intel's new Z77 chipset."
"We take a look at a wide variety of brands, feature sets and price ranges in our 6-way Intel Z77 motherboard roundup."
"In the end, you get a board that ECS has put their heart and soul into, in terms of design, pre-testing, tweaking, and certification work done before it even hits the hands of the consumer. While it may cost a little more, it’s got the tools to last for the long term. Plus, what other motherboard is truly pimped out in gold?"