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the board is alright (only 2 PCIE x16?) I really dislike the cmos clear button on the back (prefer it on the board) WAAAY to easy to accidentally hit it.


As a big ASROCK fan I'll be skipping z77... this board doesnt deserve the extreme title imho


Also could that reviewer be any more boring or monotone?

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Was considering this in my purchase for a z77 mobo

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Also could that reviewer be any more boring or monotone?

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mmm, i wonder what the pricetag on it is, esp in new zealand since we have stuff horribly marked up and buying from amazon, with shpping and customs tax is still cheaper :|

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the board is alright (only 2 PCIE x16?) I really dislike the cmos clear button on the back (prefer it on the board) WAAAY to easy to accidentally hit it.
As a big ASROCK fan I'll be skipping z77... this board doesnt deserve the extreme title imho
Also could that reviewer be any more boring or monotone?

Overall a good review, but I agree that he could show a little more enthusiasm (constructive criticism).

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the board is alright (only 2 PCIE x16?) I really dislike the cmos clear button on the back (prefer it on the board) WAAAY to easy to accidentally hit it.
As a big ASROCK fan I'll be skipping z77... this board doesnt deserve the extreme title imho
Also could that reviewer be any more boring or monotone?

Expecting a lot from a sub $200 motherboard eh?

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so far z77 extreme9 looks like the best choice, we'll see

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