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ASUS P8Z77 SERIES OWNERS CLUB

My original Review of the P8Z77-V LE Plus, Will do a better review once I get a chance
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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AuVG42hCugphdHVsVGk4alZYbUZPYnhGbmdPMi1Tbmc&output=html&widget=true

Models include:

V Series
P8Z77-V
P8Z77-V LE
P8Z77-V LE Plus
P8Z77-V LX
P8Z77-V LK
P8Z77-V Deluxe
P8Z77-V Pro ---- Pro/Thunderbolt
P8Z77-V Premium

All Others
P8Z77-I Deluxe --- Deluxe/WD
P8Z77 WS
P8Z77-M
P8Z77-M Pro

Download the latest drivers at --- http://www.asus.com/

These motherboard give you a range of options in multiple ways. There is a size that fits every case such as one of the most powerful and popular mini ITX boards on the market to a budget standard ATX motherboard that will fit all your needs.

I am currently running a P8Z77-V LE Plus board in my system and it is amazing. It does everything I want it to, while still being extremely reliable.

I would recommend any of these boards to anyone.

If i get enough requests I will do an overclocking guide with the UEFI Bios which is amazing
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Hope to see a bunch of you soon
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Originally Posted by Radmanhs View Post

great, will add you once i figure out how to embed a spreadsheet
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it is giving me so much trouble
fix your spreadsheet and add highest OC with the board BCLK wise for fun and even max CPU giggles for fun as well. Also change font size on original post to make more formal
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Ohh for the spreadsheet change the dimensions if you add anything so it's not so empty and center it.
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give me a sec let me find my OC

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2558184

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2675868

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I have a M-PRO. What do you guys think of that board. I didnt chose it, so I dont really know about it. Im not looking to crossfire though, so i dont mind the mATX.
 

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Dear all,

sorry for the double post, but I am in a sort of urgency, so the more feedback I get, the easier I can make a decision.

I was looking into, since quite some time, buying a uATX board.
Now I am in a real, urgent need, as my laptop fried up (spilled half a cup of water on the keyboard...I guess I just went over the limit of liquid that the keyboard of my laptop can hold...
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CPU-wise I am quite pending for the AMD A8-5800K, so the choice for the mobo would be a AsROck FM2A85X

but on the other hand, I got to realise that in these last year the performance and features of the mobo plays a VERY much important role.

Indeed, if I were to go for an Intel solution, I would buy the Asus P*-H77.

Thus, how do these two motherboards compare two each other, features-wise, ability to DOWNclock, stability and so? If I were to not consider the CPU choice....

I hope to get a couple of feedback so I can start placing orders for a uATX system, as I really can't be without computer in these days..

thank you!
 

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go with a z77 board, if you want a matx board you can get the p8z77-m model or the p8z77-m pro. these are great motherboard and you will get much better performance with one of these compared to nearly ANY amd set up

koonwar, the m pro is a grea board
 

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Z77-M Pro runner here..... second best mATX board behind the Gene V.
just moved it from my 'daily driver' unit to my 'test bench' so I'm about to have more fun with it.
it will end up being my Folding rig when it's all said and done.

what's needed to officially become a member.?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2636007
 

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Can I join? I don't have any verification right now other than an image of my rig with the board, and the mobo itself, so I'm going to dump some eye candy into this thread:









I have the p8z77-v pro model, just got my replacement RMA after a loooong wait, here's the thread:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1352134/asus-rma-log-took-three-months/0_50

love the board, hated the RMA experience after my onboard sound died. Bittersweet, but I am happy to be back. I was running a 4.2ghz auto-overclock, we'll see how this board does.

Anyway, I don't have the time to run a test right now, and I'm not even sure how, but I figured images and a thread link would be enough, not sure why anyone would try so hard to fake this sort of thing. I wanted to start a club a few months ago but my motherboard started having issues and I forgot...so I'm sad I missed the chance to start the club, but I guess I don't have time to maintain it anyway. I'm happy to see someone else got it going!

Thanks!
 

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Chunin - Asus P8Z77-V / i5 3570K 4.4 Ghz / 1.19V

http://valid.canardpc.com/2720829

Picture shows 1.84V but i was getting WHEA errors had to bump it to 1.19V. Passed 10 hours of Prime 95 no errors whatsoever.
 
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