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ASUS Z170-PRO ATX DDR4 NA Motherboards Z170-PRO

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  • 5-Way Optimization: One click to optimize your entire system; plus a dedicated onboard water-pump header^Intel USB 3.1 on board: One Type-A port plus a reversible Type-C port^ASUS Pro Clock Technology: Extends base clocks and improves stability for extreme overclocking^Crystal Sound 3, Intel LAN and Turbo LAN: Flawless audio and low-latency networking^5X Protection II: Advanced hardware safeguards
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Chipset Type Intel Z170 Intel B365 Intel Z170
CPU Socket LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151
Device Type Motherboards Motherboards Motherboards Motherboards
Item Dimensions 10.4 x 2.7 x 12.9 inches 12.91 x 2.68 x 10.35 inches 10.43 x 10.43 x 2.12 inches 12 x 1 x 9.6 inches 12.91 x 2.09 x 10.34 inches
Item Weight 2.65 lbs 2.23 lbs 1.50 lbs 1.50 lbs 2.95 lbs
Memory Slots Available 4 4.0 4 4 4.0
RAM Memory Maximum Size 64 GB 64 GB 64 GB
RAM Memory Technology DDR4 DDR4 DDR4 DIMM DDR4
Supported Motherboard ATX ATX Micro ATX ATX ATX

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Motherboard - Z170-PRO: One click for superb performance, with Intel USB 3.1 Controller

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Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2015
Size: ATXStyle: Z170-A
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5.0 out of 5 stars A vital tip for water-cooler users.
By Kindle Customer on November 7, 2015
The ASUS Z170-A is one fine motherboard with a great UEFI BIOS. It automatically overclocked my i5-6600 K chip from 3.5GHz to 4.6GHz, and aside from one very annoying factor, it is an easy BIOS to use.

I used the Antec Kuhler 1250 water cooler, and it paired nicely with this board and the Antec Eleven Hundred V2 case. However, when you hook up the Antec 1250 to the Z170-A dedicated water cooler header (instead of the CPU fan header), on first boot you get a message to disable the fan speed in Q-fan control in the BIOS. Naturally, you go to the Q-fan control page, which is easy to find. It even has manual settings for each individual fan. But you can search until your whiskers grow long and you will not find any disabling feature.

If you cannot get beyond the error message, you cannot install your operating system, so I called ASUS tech support. Long story short: after 50 minutes on the phone the tech could not solve the problem either. He told me to update my BIOS because my BIOS probably did not support that feature. I did, but that was not the problem. The control is located in another area of the BIOS. Go into the Advanced BIOS (not EZ BIOS) and look under the Monitor Tab (the tech thought it was under the Power Tab, but there is no Power Tab). There, you will find a way to turn off the fan setting.

ASUS, you have a wonderful product. Why not put all the Q-fan controls within the Q-fan control area, (or at least show a link to the disable control). Nobody, including your own tech reps, will think to look under Monitor when you have your fan controls consolidated elsewhere. When people read Monitor, they will probably think you are talking about a display. Your ads claim you have an intuitive BIOS, MAKE IT SO!

And by the way, your tech-support email form, which requires you to fill out every last bit of information about your system and wants to know when you last visited your dentist, would not send an email. I finally gave up after a half-hour of trial and error attempts. It needs simplification too.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2016
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2.0 out of 5 stars Promising Model but Terrible Customer Service and Warranty Support
By Emmanuel A. Garcia on October 7, 2016
I bought this motherboard from MicroCenter in Tustin, CA in early May 2016. It was the 3rd in a series of motherboard I had tested that appear like too much or not enough. At about $105 this motherboard seemed like a promising bargain. And it was for the first month. Upon installing, I had a glitch which tech support helped me with by directing me to reset the BIOS. I was then able to install Windows 10 Pro and a Samsung 512GB m.2 drive. It was sweet and the benchmarks were better than average.

Then in the first week of June, right after the 30-Day return deadline had expired, I started getting crashes. They would happen soon after booting Windows 10. Machine Crash Exceptions. I called tech support and was sent on wild goose chases, testing RAM sticks one by one, resetting BIOS, removing BIOS battery, etc. Finally, after hours and several phone calls, they agreed to issue RMA.

I got the mobo back a week later with the exact same issue. No report of what actual repairs were made. When prodded, they said they had upgraded to the most recent BIOS version, the one I thought I had already flashed, and not the latest, either.

After several phone calls they agreed to issue another RMA. This time I was told the CPU socke pins had been damaged but they'd waive the $140 repair cost as a courtesy. Notice the price of repair is higher than the motherboard itself. Fortunately, I had taken video of CPU socket pins as I felt the shipping instructions warned about such damage. See the attached picture showing protector before shipping. Their diagnostic isn't consistent with the symptoms the system displayed. Why would it suddenly start crashing after a month of nearly flawless performance? ASUS alleges not having the mobo in stock and therefore not being able to send me a new one. I'm waiting for the "repaired" unit to be shipped back to me (today is October 7, 2016), but I'm pretty sure the pins were not even damaged and will most likely suffer the same issue. They're wasting my time.

If the "repaired" motherboard works I will certainly come back and upgrade the two start rating. In the meantime, this experience has left an ugly taste.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2019
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Cesar Rodriguez
4.0 out of 5 stars Como toda placa ASUS, tiene problemas de BIOS
Reviewed in Mexico on December 20, 2016
Size: ATXStyle: Z170-KVerified Purchase
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Marc
2.0 out of 5 stars but the board is otherwise working fine. I bought this with the intention of putting ...
Reviewed in Canada on July 23, 2017
Size: ATXStyle: Z170-KVerified Purchase
ѕιlverrz
5.0 out of 5 stars Good
Reviewed in India on February 26, 2021
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Manuel Lara
5.0 out of 5 stars todo muy bien
Reviewed in Mexico on May 2, 2018
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Johnatan
5.0 out of 5 stars Excelente calidad
Reviewed in Mexico on April 17, 2017
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