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ASUS Z87-EXPERT DDR3 1600 LGA 1150 Motherboard

by Asus
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 10.4 x 12.9 inches ; 3.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00CY9MPAI
  • Item model number: Z87-EXPERT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 1, 2013

Product Description

ASUS Intel Z87 Motherboard; ATX, Socket LGA 1150

Customer Reviews

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Works fine on this board).
P. B. Jespersen
I built such a system a couple of months ago with this board and LOVE it.
Donna W.
I love ASUS and MSI hardware, EVGA you're great on paper.
Rob

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rob on October 18, 2013
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Beautiful MB with tons of features and hopefully I'll get to use them someday. I've been taking my time with this build to make sure everything goes well. I don't know why you would ever want more than what this board has to offer. So if you're looking for bluetooth, wifi, lightning connectivity, Get it! If you don't know if you'll want or need it. Get something cheaper. I've come to the conclusion that future proofing is a false hope, especially if you build a new rig every 2-3 years. It has overclocked like a dream and its able to push out a stable 4.8 under stress test on my 4770K. So normal applications no issues. That said here are some issues. Purchased Kingston HyperX Beast 32GB 2400MHz set (Great Memory for the price BTW). When I started my research I swear it was listed on the compatibility list. Its hard to make up memory part numbers, but when I tried to overclock with the 32GB it would crash. Go down to 16 GB and everything runs perfect. I called ASUS support and they actually answered the phone in a timely manner, but when we opened the memory document again, it lists the 32 GB kit as only suitable for 2 DIMMS. Why they would list a 4 DIMM kit as compatible but only if you use half of them makes no sense to me. Actually under the 16GB 2 DIMM kit of this exact same memory is still listed for 4 DIMMS??? Anyway the memory is great and I did get all 32GB to work but had to slow them down to 2200MHZ 11-11-11-32. I love ASUS and MSI hardware, EVGA you're great on paper. Oh and by the way for those who just are going to use the on board graphics. Don't by this MB, you don't need this power. Save some money and get something cheaper and a decent GPU. Overclocking the MB will not get you 60 fps on BF4. Cheers.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By regis Gregoire on September 2, 2013
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This is the best z87 motherboard for the Intel latest Haswell period.

Pros
0. Great values and low prices
1. It has great energy delivery system,
2. a thunderbolt port,
3. integrated Wi-Fi; a/b/g/n, +Bluetooth V4.0
4. great overclocking features that are easy and simple to understand
Cons
1. just wish thy had provided me with a display port option too

Back in 2010 I build a system and I had choose ASUS motherboard and it was great, then come this year I was looking for a motherboard from a different manufacture that can provide me with the best features for the price and I could not find non. Seriously you have manufacture that "providing you half of those features" and asking you $400 for a motherboard "BS".

Main Point
If you want a motherboard that can deliver "high performance for gamming", allow you to "enjoy everything Intel Z87 chipset has to offer", and "provide great price per value", then this a motherboard for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. B. Jespersen on February 23, 2014
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After receiving two faulty ASUS Z87 Deluxe Dual boards that had to be sent back, it was a relief that this board worked flawlessly. It was a breeze installing it and to my delight it posted and installed windows without problems. Passed all the stress tests I could think of without crashing even once.

I bought the board because I wanted Thunderbolt, Intel USB 3.0, six SATA III ports, and the latest Intel RAID controller (so I could use a couple of old and a couple of new SSDs in two arrays of RAID 0 - the older Intel RAID controller for some reason always crashed when I tried that. Works fine on this board).

In general I really like the board. Only thing I think I would have designed differently is omitting the old VGA connector on the back in favour of a couple of USB 2.0 inputs. Fortunately I have USB 2.0 on the front of my case, but in my view it doesn't make sense to have to move the keyboard cable from the rear USB 3.0 connector to the USB 2.0 connector on the front to enter the BIOS (for example).

Otherwise, great board. Gets five stars from me!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Frank Smith on October 4, 2013
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Would be five stars but tech support is lousy. Trying to get a live operator is almost impossible. They make it very difficult to hook up with tech support.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Y. Soussan on February 9, 2014
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Motherboard is well built, looks like solid build, simple to assemble and once you figure out the way you gonna use it! It becomes simple to operate provided you looked well into the manual that is not the greatest but good enough to understand. I would highly recommend at least one great ssd hd for the operating sys. it will rise your sys-pc from average of 5.9 to 7.9 average. As a Video Editor you will feel the speed and difference in rendering. For the rest of the new features like thunderbolt i am still debating about?? what type of sys of thunderbolt i need? )as an editor of-premiere-pro) Still looking.....? Any Idea of what can work well on a win7 pro sys?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Leingang on September 14, 2013
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Everything works, the layout is quite nice and the added things are a big plus (like the wireless N). The thunderbolt port is awesome because you can you use it with an Apple Thunderbolt display.
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LOVE this motherboard! Add an i7 4770K CPU, or even the newer 4790, 32GB of RAM, and a 1TB+ SSD. Put it into a good case with adequate cooling and a decent 850W power supply, and you'll have a screaming PC!! I built such a system a couple of months ago with this board and LOVE it. It has to be one of the best computer systems I've owned.

Running Kubuntu Linux, from the time I turn on the power button (cold boot) until I'm at the login screen, is about 3 seconds. And from the time I click "shutdown" until the computer has completely saved everything and powered off is about 2 seconds.

With the automatic overclocking support in this motherboard maximizing CPU usage, I can completely compile code in less time on this computer than it takes my computer at work to even unzip the source files. Now, a lot of that speed comes from the SSD that the other system doesn't have, but this motherboard provides a good interface for that drive and does a great job managing processor and memory settings to get the most out of your devices.

It was fairly simple to configure and get running. Things seemed to be layed out in good/convenient locations on the board. Plus, the WiFi works really well too -- better than several other systems I have with built-in WiFi. That is, it tends to not drop connections and is able to maintain consistently fast transfer to/from other devices on my home network -- better than most of the other nodes on my network.

I've had no issues with this board, except for the USB ports running the mouse/keyboard (i.e. slow 1.1 level devices). Other postings mentioned that it's a problem with Windows on this motherboard, but I found it's a problem with not only Windows, but Linux and even the BIOS setup screens too.
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