|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels|
|RAM||16384 MB DDR3 2400;DDR3 2133;DDR3 1066;DDR3 1333;DDR3 1600|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1760 MB|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
AS Rock LGA1155 DDR3 SATA3 USB3.0 A GbE Mini-ITX Motherboard Z77E-ITX
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- CPU: LGA1155; Supports 2nd/3rd Generation Intel Core i7/ i5/ i3 Processor; Supports Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology; Supports Hyper-Threading Technology
- Chipset: Intel Z77
- Memory: 2X DDR3-2800+(OC)/2400(OC)/2133(OC)/1866(OC)/1600/1333/1066 DIMM Slots, Non-ECC, Unbuffered, Dual Channel, Maxi Capacity up to 16GB
- Slots: 1X PCI-Express 3.0 X16 Slot, 1X mini-PCI Express Slot
- SATA: 2X SATA3 Ports,?2X SATA2 Ports, 1 X mSATA2 Port, Support's RAID 0, 1, 5, 10; 1X eSATA2 Port
- Ports: 6X USB 2.0 Ports (2 rear,?4?via header); 6X USB 3.0 Ports (4 rear,?2 via header); 1X PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard Port; 1X DVI Port; 1X Optical SPDIF Out Port; 1X HDMI Port; 1X Display Port; 1X eSATA2 Port; 1X RJ45 LAN Port; Audio I/O Jacks
- Power Connector: 1 X 24-Pin ATX Main Power Connector, 1 X 8-Pin 12V Power Connector
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1. mSATA slot on the underside. When I bought the board this was one of the main selling points because I could use the mSATA to hold a 256GB SSD as primary and free up space in the rest of the case for better airflow. However I didn't end up using it later because I was concerned about air-flow and heat down there. In hindsight, now that I have my case fully crammed, I think I might have been better served with a 64GB mSATA for intel RST (gives SSD-like performance without actually using the SSD as a drive) and just having another 2.5 HDD for data. It would have freed up a lot more space inside my tiny case. One minor caveat here is that the mSATA slot is SATA2 even if you have a SATA3 drive (unlike the newer ASROCK boards for Haswell that have SATA3 mSATA slots).
2. 8-pin CPU connector on the ASROCK versus 4-pin CPU connector on the Gigabyte. 4-pin is rated up to 150W and the 3770K can hit 160W at max load without overclocking (overclocked it can hit 250W). This is something I noticed post-purchase, so it was a good think I went with this board.
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Aside from this, everything works as expected and the board offers a lot of connectivity for its size. I upgraded my wifi card to an Intel Centrino N2230 (i think thats the right model number...) card, but the one that came with the board isnt bad. I did notice when I did this that I needed to download drivers from Intel not Asrock.....I guess this should have been common sense but I was stumped for about an hour as to why my network card wasnt working right.
This mobo will make you cry finding a CPU cooler because the CPU socket is too close to the PCI-E lane and there are electronics preventing the mounting of a lot of backplates both in front and back of it. There is an msata slot under the mobo which also blocks some backplates (including the NT06PRO unless you cut a part of the rubber part in the backplate) hence I used the H60 backplate for mounting.
Now days there are better options which tbh will make purchasing this motherboard a waste.
PS: currently using it with an i5 2500k @ 4.2 Ghz, eVGA GTX770, 8 GB DDR3 Samsung 30nm, 64 Gb Crucial M4 and Silverstone NT06-PRO (gelid silent 120mm PWM) all inside a Silverstone SG05
Overall, a good purchase. I'm definitely happy I gave AS Rock a chance.
Buy this motherboard. I am thrilled with how wonderful it has performed for me.
I have owned and used this motherboard for over a month now.
Compared to the EGVA board, this has mSATA (the EVGA has mPCIe if you want to add on a wifi module) and includes the mPCIe wifi module. I'm knocking off one star because there isn't an included tiny screw to hold the mSATA card in place (which the EVGA board came with and I was able to scavange for this board). Without that screw, the Intel SSD mSATA card wouldn't work, and it's a tiny screw, not something that I have any extras of.
With the mSATA, which reports devices as SATA III but only gives you SATA II speeds, you get 2 SATA III ports and 3 SATA II ports, which is 1 more SATA drives than most mini-ITX motherboards offer. The mSATA connector is on the underside of the motherboard which meant that the CPU cooler I bought, a Zalman CNPS8900 (low profile) had to have its bottom mounting bracket modified with a Dremel cutoff wheel, but I only had to cut off two of the legs for the AMD CPU mount (which obviously I don't need) and to shave off a millimeter or two from one of the Intel CPU mounts (no structual effect).
The motherboard overclocks easily, I'm currently running a stable 4.6Ghz using that Zalman cooler inside of the tiny Antec ISK 310-150 case (which required a slight modification with that same cutoff wheel to clear the Zalman) that I bought to go along with it.
I'm running Linux (CentOS 6.3) on this board, so I can't speak to its Windows drivers. For Linux, however, it looks like the wifi module isn't recognized as udev fails to assign it an eth# and there isn't anything available from ASROCK for Linux.Read more ›
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Excellent board. Caution, mSATA slot is on the bottom of the board.Published 22 months ago by anonymous
only thing I can say is the Wifi on this is horrible, decided to purchase a Power Line adapter kit.Published on May 17, 2014 by Ian Raeli
Built my first Mini-ITX used the AS Rock LGA1155 DDR3 SATA3 USB3.0 A GbE Mini-ITX Motherboard Z77E-ITX. It was a Win7 64bit Machine. I have no issues with this MB. Read morePublished on April 28, 2014 by jmriojas
I am not sure how this mobo will fair long term because the first one was functionally DOA. The first would shut off completely if any amount of load was placed on the CPU, this... Read morePublished on November 13, 2013 by AmpTwoEightOne
Very good motherboard solid and looks cool I was using asus p8z77-1 but ethernet port didnt work broken so i replace it with asrockPublished on June 5, 2013 by Fatadxb