|Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160 pixels|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
ASUS Z87 PRO LGA 1150 Motherboard
|Price:||$249.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Dual Intelligent Processors 4 with 4-Way Optimization
- 4-Way Optimization - One Click and Done! Top-up Performance, Efficiency, Digital Power, and System Cooling
- Wi-Fi GO! - Connect Your Life ? The Perfect Fusion of Desktop, Smartphones and Pads
- Fan Xpert 2 - The Most Customizable Fan Controls
- Supports: Jack-detection, Multi-streaming, Front Panel Jack-retasking.High quality 112 dB SNR stereo playback output (Line-out at rear) and 104 dB SNR recording input (Line-in)
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|CPU Model Socket||LGA 1150||LGA 1150||LGA 1150||LGA 1150|
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Top Customer Reviews
With the arrival of the much anticipated Haswell processor, Asus has released a variety of mainstream motherboards that are targeted at enthusiasts and gamers. Today I'm going to be reviewing the Z87-Pro which is the big brother to the Z87-A. I have had the Asus Z87-Pro for a few days now and I'm overall very impressed by its performance, durability and build quality. Asus has always made outstanding motherboards and the Asus Z87-Pro is an impressive mid-range motherboard that not only looks attractive but performs like a champ as well. The Z87-Pro sports the gold color scheme which I think looks quite attractive and makes the motherboard feel more premium. It comes with an endless amount of options (which I will go into full details later) for overclocking, fan customization and power saving options.
The brand new AI Suite III is improved quite a lot and Asus has done a fantastic job at making overclocking as easy as possible. I was able to get my 4770K with a single mouse click overclocked to 4.6Ghz with the correct settings and voltages and that's all thanks to the new AI Suite III. It automatically found the right settings, voltages and optimized the system to perform like it should with the new overclock. Asus has completely redesigned the interface in the AI Suite III which is easier to understand and follow and has also implemented a lot of new features that are very useful.Read more ›
I am not qualified to expound on this motherboard's speed or the ease of turbocharging (or whatever it's called), but I am qualified to say how through the installation instructions were and how easy it was to make all the connections to the power supply, cooling fans, front panel power button and USB connectors. Unlike past builds, I didn't have to change one single connector before completing the installation.
I love the built-in Wi-Fi, and didn't fully appreciate that the Bios Asus includes with this board supports hard disk drives with capacities greater than 2.2TB until I installed a 3TB drive last week. The USB 3.0 allows for faster file transfers, even when using a USB 2.0 thumb-drive. To top it all off ... it's fast!
I've been using the PC with Asus' Z87 Pro motherboard for a month and I'd recommend this motherboard to anyone, regardless of your experience building PCs, in a heartbeat.
I usually upgrade my motherboard and CPU on the cadence of Intel's tock (e.g. Ivy Bridge = die shrink, Haswell = Architecture change). Coming from the second generation "Sandy Bridge" CPU and motherboard combo, I'm pleased with the features, connectivity, and stability of this board.
ASUS followed a pretty standard ATX layout in regards to CPU socket, memory slots, and other assorted interconnects. I use a large Noctura heatsink that fits on this board despite the pin change from 1155 to 1150. Unfortunately I was not able to install the second fan on the heatsink that draws air in as the installed memory DIMMs were in the way.
There is plenty of additional connectivity with a front USB 3.0 header, (3) full x16 PCI-E slots, and (4) SATA III ports provided by the Intel controller. I run a SLI configuration with two NVIDIA GTX680s and was able to fit them comfortably on the board. Granted the Z87 chipset only has enough PCI-E bandwidth to run them at x8, there is still plenty of headroom so that the graphics cards aren't able to saturate it.
The Z87 Pro surprisingly has an Intel NIC onboard instead of a cheaper Realtek or Atheros solution. This is great if you plan on using this board for a VMware Hypervisor or a non-windows OS as the drivers for the NIC will be much easier to come by as well as better general network performance.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this with 16GB ram, GTX 760, I7-4790K amd a SSD. Runs practically everything smooth, will be soon upgrading to a GTX 1070 for VR. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Failed at the 9 month mark, RMA back to Asus. First 4 usb ports quit, and UEFI secure boot error. All happened one day just out of the blue.Published 4 months ago by LS_W
What can I say about used motherboard's it turned on, but the VGA and HDMI outlets did not function.Published 5 months ago by That Monkey
good mobo, have an i7 4790k with a gtx 980 and pushing 144fps in BO3 on a benqPublished 5 months ago by Juan Aguilar
The motherboard has been working well except one critical area... it won't keep time. I've tried updating the BIOS and spent hours researching ways to fix the issue. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Kenney