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ASUS F1A75-V Pro - F1 Socket - A75 - SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 - ATX AMD (Hudson D3) ATX DDR3 1800 AMD - FM1 Motherboards
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- AMD A-& E2- series Accelerated Processor with AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series Graphics, Up to 4 CPU cores, FM1 Package
- AMD A75 FCH(Hudson D3)
- DIGI+ VRM- New Era of Digital Power Design that fully enables Superior System Stability, High Power Efficiency and Improved Performance Scaling
- EPU - System Level Energy Saving & Real-time Power Management for Superb Platform Power Efficiency
- TPU - Increase Platform Performance Instantly with Self Optimized Settings while retaining Full System Stability
- 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI-D, 1 x D-Sub, 1 x DisplayPort
- AI Suite II- Overclocking Features Easily Accessible Via a User-Friendly Interface
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|CPU Model Socket||Socker FM1||FM1||AMD -FM1||AMD - AM3+|
|Chipset||AMD Hudson D3||AMD A55||AMD A75||AMD 760G|
|Form Factor||ATX||Micro ATX||Micro ATX||Micro ATX|
|Total PCI slots||7||3||1||2|
|Memory Slots Available||4||2||2||4|
|Total SATA ports||8||6||Information not provided||6|
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It took 8GBs of GSkill Sniper 1600mhz RAM, read the frequency correctly, but I had to manually set the timings to 9-9-9-24, auto had it set at 11-11-11-28, but easy enough. Not a huge fan of BIOS to begin with, rather not be in there messing around with stuff to begin with, so I am not sure that I appreciate the updated UEFI interface, but it is prettier than standard BIOS and full of options, but lost on me.
Make sure you run the provided disc with drivers and such to increase the amount of allocated memory for the GPU, it started out with 16mb and once I ran the ASUS disc it allocated 512mb dedicated and up to 4gb shared, which should help with HD video and light gaming. Otherwise, it booted on the first shot, cable management was pretty decent even in the small form factor case I shoe horned it into, made appreciate the case a little bit more. Good feedback on temps and such, turned the case fans down to reduce noise, but not sacrifice air flow.
All and all I am pretty happy with my build and plan on putting it through some test in the next couple days. I went with the A6-3500 triple core APU, it was just so much more affordable and if I get to the point where I don't feel it is satisfying my needs I can always upgrade, but with the reviews I have read it has some headroom for overclocking and I don't think I will miss the extra video processing with the light use it will see in our bedroom playing movies.
The board is large, and the 6 sideways SATA ports are not easy to use since they hide beside the drive bays in my case. The HD controller is a little finicky about drives and booting as I couldn't boot my OS when an add-in RAID card was plugged into a PCI port. I am not sure if my card has the issue or it is something else, but I suspect the board has some issue with the bootloader I am using since it doesn't show the normal OS selection screen for Linux Mint 11. It just boots all the way to the OS before you see anything. I have a lot of drives (6hd,1dvd) so I may be an unusual user here. This thing would have given me no headaches with just an optical drive and one HD though.
The backplate is probably the nicest I have used. It is padded on the inside and has plastic over the back (no sharp edges!) with labels and colored borders. The display port is labeled "prot" on the back.
If you are OK with an APU, this is the best bang for the buck to get a modern mobo since the AM3 boards are so dated right now.
The only issue I have is when I switch inputs through my receiver from the PC to my cable box, then switch back the video is very flaky then. Lines and blocks show up all over the TV. Requires a restart to fix. If I make the computer sleep before I switch back and forth the problem does not show up. I suspect it has something to do with the lost communication through the HDMI.
The board has very good power options, can underclock and overclock the CPU for efficiency.
I studied the computer market for at least 2 months before I decided on any equipment to buy. In the end, I was rewarded with finding the best deals and ended up with a machine that makes a great budget gaming system to work with current games.
This motherboard serves all of my uses as well as prepares me for upgrades later. However, the biggest reason why I am so satisfied is because I got this board for $68 before Amazon recognized that it was going for too cheap. After my experience with the features and the quality that it offers, $100 sounds like the right price for this board. 6gb/s SATA 3 makes my Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD fly. I paired it with AMD's new A8-3870K a few days before 2012 hit. If you want to get the most out of your machine, that is the processor to buy. It is the best FM1 socket processor on the market right now and at an excellent value, $145. I had a discrete GPU to crossfire with it, but it was faulty so I need to replace it, but with the processor, 8GB of 1600mhz RAM, and my SSD, games like Skyrim run on mostly high settings with over 50 FPS without the need to overclock (On a 720p 1440x900). It amazes me what this Fusion technology is capable of, and this board definitely helps you get the most out of it with the overclocking.
About the BIOS, it is simplified to cater to the average computer user. If you are looking for the advanced settings, it is all there in a tab you can select to view it in a different format. This is easy. I was inexperienced with BIOS settings before this computer, and it made it easy for me to identify how to set my memory speeds and even overclock.Read more ›
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Lasted 4 days. It was already used. I knew the risk, but 4 days. Hmph. I learned a valuable lesson on this one.Published 1 month ago by Issac E. Howard Jr.
I have worked for ASUS and at first I had my doubts, considering I did their tech support for 17 months. However I found myself of late starting to like their products... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Simon
Great mb, very handy, easy to set up, and have plenty ports for a dream set up, no cons at all.Published on December 13, 2013 by Bruno Ortiz Estupi
I bought this in 8/13 but did my first POST yesterday (10/23/13). Motherboard accepted the APU and Crucial memory without blinking. Read morePublished on October 24, 2013 by JED
i had the asus f1 a75 v pro motherboard for about a month now and it runs like a true boss my graphics benchmarks went up by 50% and it plays all the top games with no problem... Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by mr tank
The item was delivered on time and with no problem. It took me a while though to write this review as I am working on a cruise vessel and was only able to build my new PC just... Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by Rico Aranas
I've been building my PC boxes since the mid 90s and repairing friends/families since before then, and have LOVED Asus boards in the past. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by Deadeye Duck
This will be my fifth installation of a motherboard, as it is sort of a hobby for me. It is not for the faint hearted, as there are many possible pitfalls to overcome, such as the... Read morePublished on March 2, 2013 by Matthew Cushing
FM1, full size ATX motherboard. Nice feature set, overkill for an HTPC, but it is rock solid. I would recommend.Published on November 10, 2012 by SteveH