|Screen Resolution||2048 x 1536 pixels|
|RAM||16384 MB DDR3 1066;DDR3 1333;DDR3 1600|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1760 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||6|
ASRock DDR3 1333 Intel - LGA 1155 Motherboards (H77M)
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- CPU: LGA1155; Supports Intel 2nd/3rd Generation Core i7/i5/i3 Processors; Supports Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology;?Supports Hyper-Threading Technology
- Chipset: Intel?H77 Chipset
- Memory: 2x DDR3-1600/1333/1066 DIMM Slots,?Non-ECC, Unbuffered, Dual Channel, Max Capacity up to 16GB
- Slots: 1x PCI-Express 3.0?x16 Slot; 1x PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Slot (runs at x4); 2x PCI Slots
- SATA: 2x SATA3 Ports, 4x SATA2 Ports, Supports RAID: 0, 1, 5, 10
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I plugged in everything to the motherboard and it works perfectly!
The reason I like this board so much is that its very cost effective. I paid only $69.99 for the board while other people are currently paying upwards of $150 for other micro-atx boards. in my opinion its foolish to go out and waste money on a board that expensive, especiallyu when you consider the rapid evolution of technology these days. Pay $70 for this awesome ASROCK motherboard and then in 3 years just use the other $80 for a more up to date motherboard. You'll get the best of both worlds.
My goal is a 100% SILENT COMPUTER. That means no fans and no humming :)
Here is my current setup.
Silverstone FT-03 Case
Asrock H77M microa-atx motherboard
Samsung 840 series solid state disk
Kingwin Stryker 500watt FANLESS power supply. 80+ PLATINUM!
Silverstone Heligon passive CPU cooler for INTEL G630 @ 2.7GHZ
NVIDIA 650 GTX with Arctic Accelero Mono Cooler (fan removed)
27inch IPS Monitor 2560x1440 + 30inch IPS Monitor
As you can see above, my computer is 100% Silent and 100% KickAss!
ASRock DDR3 1333 Intel LGA 1155 Micro-ATX Motherboard H77M
Intel Core i3-3225 Dual-Core Processor 3.3GHz 3MB Cache LGA 1155 BX80637i33225
Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) 240-Pin DDR3 Memory Kit SDRAM CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9
Toshiba Desktop 2.0TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Drive PH3200U-1I72
Samsung 24x SATA DVD±RW Internal Optical Drive Black SH-224BB/RSBS
AVerMedia A188 HD Duet Dual ATSC PCI-E TV Tuner
Antec EarthWatts EA-380D Green 380 Watt 80 PLUS BRONZE Power Supply
Everything arrived from Amazon on time and I assembled the parts without any problems. The few issues I had were resolved by changing the following BIOS settings:
1. In the North Bridge configuration, I set "PCI-E1 Link Speed" to Gen1 so the AVerMedia PCI-E card would work in the PCI-E 3.0 slot.
2. In the South Bridge configuration, I disabled the "0nboard HDMI HD Audio" so the optical digital audio connector would be enabled.
3. I disabled the "Intel Smart Connect" so there would not be an unknown PCI device in the Device Manager.
4. I disable "Intel Rapid Start" as it was unnecessary for me.
The upgraded HTPC is very fast, quiet and stable. I used Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit for the OS. The Windows Task Manager shows a CPU usage of less than 5% percent when recording or playing an HDTV program. I can't detect any lag when watching HDTV with the Windows Media Center.
Remember to order an optical cable if you plan on connecting the optical audio output to your receiver.
The audio/7.1 surround is great and you can easily distinct your left and right in your music.(Bass is bold and perfect to watch movies)
The on-board video options are great. It gives you option to connect via HDMI, VGA (old standard) and DVI. The new Intel HD 4000 graphics really allow you to watch video in 1080 without lag.
2 SATA 3.0 internal ports
2 physical USB 3.0 connectors
and other standards connections that are available in most motherboards. (See link)
Note: If you are a simple Youtube, iTunes, Blu-ray user, small game player(Minecraft), or anything that really won't push this to the limit then this is all you need. A discrete graphics card is essentially unnecessary.
Only little annoying setting that you may have to tweak is an On/Off Setting that basically provides power to your USB connections even after the computer has 'shut down'. So if you have a portable external hard drive, then it will still be spinning.
Over all its a solid product and their website promises a durable motherboard that will allow you to have your computer running 24/7.
Works insanely great with Windows 8.
If you plan on using this in an HTPC case though, chances are you will have case fans you hope to control via the system temperature.
The H77M only has two headers for case fans, one three-pin with a controller, and one two-pin, without a controller. They are labeled CHA_FAN_1 and CHA_FAN_2, respectively. This stands for Chassis Fan 1 and Chassis Fan 2. In the BIOS, there is an area where you can ostensibly control your CHA_FAN_1 with "Full On" , "Automatic," or "Manual" that goes from 1 through 9. Despite all of these options, I could not get my 80mm fan to do anything except be on its max RPM, all the time.
After scouring the internet, I'm not the only user of the H77M with this issue. Someone else on the Anandtech forums went through the exact same problem and discovered that despite ANY setting modifications in BIOS, there is 0 fan control from the Chassis Fan headers : [...]
My solution ended up being the removal of my current 80mm fans, and replacing them with different 80mm fans that had a max rpm of 1,500. That way, even when they're on full-blast, they're still very quiet, and keep everything cool enough to not warrant concern. I shouldn't have to do that though. The headers should work as advertised.
USB 3.0 SUPPORT:
I used one of the 3.0 USB ports to install Windows 7 from a thumb drive to my SSD. It detected the thumb drive in the 3.0 port immediately, but the first time Windows restarts during installation, it no longer recognizes the 3.0 ports, you have to change to a 2.0 port.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This motherboard has been running near constantly for about two years now and is probably the best computer purchase I have ever made. Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. Fisher
This is a terrific motherboard for the price! Do check out other sites though, as I got mine brand new for $69.00. Read morePublished on July 24, 2014 by Paul D. Yost
Hmm... One of the DIMM slots doesnt work.. Cant explain why. Gonna just stick with ASUS or GigabytePublished on July 7, 2014 by Kevin Khan
If you're looking for a decent motherboard to handle your mid-level gaming rig, then this is the one for you. Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by G-Nizzle