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ASUS Z97-DELUXE - Asus Z97-DELUXE Intel Z97 1150 ATX 4 DDR3 SLI/XFire SATA Express M.2 Wi-Fi


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Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions26.7 x 7.6 x 33 cm
Item model numberZ97-DELUXE
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Best Sellers Rank 131,337 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available27 May 2014

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ASUS Z97-DELUXE - Asus Z97-DELUXE Intel Z97 1150 ATX 4 DDR3 SLI/XFire SATA Express M.2 Wi-Fi

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Amazon.com: 8 reviews
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great motherboard, does everything, but probably overkill 3 July 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I recommend getting a smaller motherboard that does exactly what you want. I got this "jack of all trades" motherboard and it works great. It really is a 5-star board, but it's overkill for almost anyone. I was building a custom gaming PC; I should have gotten with a more specific motherboard that specialized in gaming. It's fairly large but will do anything you want. Also, keep in mind that the integrated wireless is really an external antenna that sits outside your box. Slightly annoying, but not the end of the world. It's magnetic so it just sticks on top.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The installation was fairly easy. If you are replacing your motherboard and not ... 6 July 2014
By Armon A. Christopherson - Published on Amazon.com
I got this motherboard to replace an older motherboard. I kept the old hard drive and DVD's in my computer. The installation was fairly easy. If you are replacing your motherboard and not reloading the hard drive your computer may not boot and just keep rebooting. This is because the older mother boards defaulted to IDE hard drives and this one defaults to SATA hard drives. You will have to change the BIOS to IDE so it will boot then change the Windows register from IDE to SATA then change the BIOS back to SATA or reinstall the operating system.

The negative part is that the drivers for this motherboard will take up 20GB on your hard drive, which is a huge amount of space. Asus, Intel and Toms Hardware have no clue as to why that is. The driver files are only 1.8GB before you install them.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
ASUS Z97-DELUXE ATX DDR3 2600 LGA 1150 1 Aug 2014
By Brandon - Published on Amazon.com
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First off I love this mobo! Fits really well in my Corsair 750d and accomidates everything I need to throw in there for my 3D Modeling/Texturing work I do from homeand handles all the course work for my double B.S. in Computer Science/Computer Engineering. I have a total of 10 fans in my rig with 5 connected to the mobo and the other 5 connected my NZXT Sentry 2 fan controller I have. It allows for me to use the two Asus IPS HMDI monitors I have and the wifi with this looks great and works even better. Also, it looks great! I tend to favor the more professional look than the clown vomit most mobos use for gaming prefered rigs.

The 5way optimization makes overclocking my i7-4790k (currently at 4.9GHz and Corsair Dominator Platinum a breeze. Also, the sound that comes from this mobo is on par with some of the most expensive sound cards!

The only thing I would suggest is make sure it can fit in your computer case. Again I have not problem with the Corsair 750d, but if you have a small rig then it might be a tight squeeze with the other components.

This was shipped in two days with out any issues.

Cons: none so far!

All that being said, if you go with the ASUS Z97-DELUXE ATX DDR3 2600 LGA 1150 you will not be disappointed!
Fantastic Board. 9 Aug 2014
By Bell Tactical - Published on Amazon.com
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You really can't go wrong with this board unless you're way out there in the fringe. I bought my first one along with a 4790K to build a dedicated server for Blue Iris video monitoring/management. If you ever used BI, you know that it's a CPU pig and I was routinely running at 90+% CPU utilization on a 1 1/2 year old machine. I added 2 1TB HD's and a 240 SSD for the OS, the app and some utilities and security s/w. Before even tuning, I never went last 24% CPU and that's with the app processing 12 streaming HD video feeds. I was so happy with everything about this board that I decided to replace my main PC and built a new one with another of these boards.

I'm currently running this with another 4790K, 16GB of Corsair 3300 mem, a mem cooler, a corsair H105 water cooling system and an RM650 modular PSU. With the cooler plus a slot mounted exhaust fan and the massive (huge) front mounted intake fan and the chassis rear exhaust fan I used up the available PWM fan headers. The BiOs utility let's you control each fan independently so with the cooler running based on CPU temp and the others based on free air and HD or other heat sources the CPU and RAM are barely warm no matter how intensive an app I run. There are more SATA connections that you could possibly need unless you were building a server or SAN/NAS type of box.

I have a conservative 4.8Ghz CPU speed and about 2800ish RAM number but I haven't sat down to see how far this can be pushed. I imagine based on the cooling capability, I'm going to get some pretty good numbers. (FYI, the RAM cooler works better than I expected - there was a bundle deal with the memory so I bought it and I measured the temp on the 2 stick with the fan on and off and I'm getting an average of 15 degrees cooler [measured on the sticks heat-sinks] operation with the fan active. Overall, and I'm running the top mounted radiator in push mode so it's an exhaust, I have slight positive (filtered) air in the case (a Corsair 650D).

There's USB 2 and 3 support, lots of useful bells and whistles you would expect at this price - the MEM-OK button resolves any memory issues such as mixing brands or speeds, there a physical switch (TPU) that allows you to auto up CPU or CPU and BCLK and a nice BIOS update/restore function that uses a marked USB port to copy the BIOS so you can recover if you brick the system.

I decided to run Win7/64 and the ASUS supplied utility disk scanned the system, installed all the right drivers, established the network connection and even auto-checked for a BIOS update (there was one and it was a seamless semi-auto download and install. Didn't have to play the what's it going to take to get this device working.

Lastly, there's a ton of ports on the back, 3 types of video, lots of USB, audio, 2 Ethernet, WiFi and Bluetooth, etc. Depending on your case or any front mounted panel you may add , there are USB2&3 headers along with the usual power, reset, HDD, etc. headers on the front of the board. Easy and convenient to build around this board.

I highly recommend this Z97 chipset board despite it being pricey. The performance, design, I/O possibilities and user friendliness allows for almost any type of build you need and is fairly future-proof if you are looking maybe 18 months ahead. Absolutely trouble free "everything worked right the first time I powered up" build.
I am satisfied with this board, no regrets. 11 Aug 2014
By Fred - Published on Amazon.com
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So far so good. I bought this motherboard because it's specs fit my needs and budget. Honestly it is probably overkill for my needs, but I would rather get a board that exceeds my needs than one that falls short. Anyhow, it runs fine, the bios menu has lots of options. It's stable.
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