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Asus P8Z77-V LX Motherboard (Socket 1155, 32GB DDR3 Support, ATX, Intel Z77 Express, USB 3.0, CrossFireX Support, Dual Intelligent Processors 3)

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  • Dual Intelligent Processors 3 - with New DIGI+ Power Control include three digital voltage controllers, allowing ultra-precise DRAM tuning in addition to ultra-precise CPU voltage control
  • Quad GPU AMD CrossfireX - a flawless architecture accommodating the power of up to four graphics cards
  • LudicLogix Virtu MVP - boots responsiveness, improves gaming frame rates by 30-70% and sharpens visual quality
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Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions30 x 22.5 x 4 cm
Item model number90-MIBHT0-G0EAY0VZ
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Number of USB 2.0 Ports4
Number of VGA Ports1
Voltage1.5 volts
Lithium Battery Weight5 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB007KZQE7Q
Best Sellers Rank 2,523 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available2 April 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The P8Z77-V LX with a 32GB DDR3 memory and PCLe 3.0, features the new Intel Z77 express chipset and supports a 22/32 nm CPU providing excellent overclocking capabilities of up to 2400 MHz. It also caters to a wide range of end users by including features such as AMD Crossfire for the ultimate multi-GPU performance gaming platform and Network iControl to perfectly manage bandwidth.

The P8Z77-V LX also includes Dual Intelligent Processors 3 and Smart Digi+ VRM consisting of two onboard chips, the TPU and EPU. This also consists of multiple digital voltage controllers that allow for ultra-precise tuning of CPU and iGPU, including an 85% CPU frequency boost, while working with the TPU to ramp up performance to full potential for the ultimate user experience. Another incredible feature is Fan Xpert which enables the most customizable fan controls ever offered on a motherboard. While another ASUS exclusive feature includes the UEFI BIOS with a multi-language setting offering a mouse controlled and user friendly interface.

Containing 4 USB 3.0 ports with USB boost UASP which gains unprecedented speed, the P8Z77-V LX also features LudicLogix Virtu MVP which boots responsiveness, improves gaming frame rates by 30-70%, sharpens visual quality and works seamlessly with hundreds of game stations. Thus making The P8Z77-V LX a multifaceted motherboard for excellent quality and value!

Box Contains

User's manual
I/O Shield
2 x SATA 6Gb/s cable(s)

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ben on 9 Jan. 2013
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Good motherboard, incredibly good bios, easy to set up and sure looks nice. I'm very impressed with the motherboard so far, I'm using an Intel Core i5 3570k, 16GB Corsair Vengeance RAM, GTX 560Ti and the CiT Vantage case (blue).

Can't fault it at all, the three star review somewhere around here should be interpreted as 5 star, the overclocking support on this thing is unparalleled for its price.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By JP on 23 Oct. 2012
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Had this a few weeks, running a Core i5-3570K.

Physical installation is reasonably straightforward, my main complaint would be the board is slightly smaller than ATX, and so only uses 6 chassis screws. The front few cm of the board with the power, memory and SATA connectors are therefore on the unsupported section that extends beyond the front 3 chassis screws. This means it bent more than I'd've liked when inserting the modules / connectors, I supprted the free edge with a finger in the end.

Everything is well labelled, though routing all 6 SATA connectors and 3 USB2 headers to the same part of a case may prove a challenge if you do want all of them. Spec-wise it's fine, on the plus 6x HDD, 4x USB3 and 10x USB2 and more PCi connections than cheaper boards, on the negative only one full speed PCi 3.0 lane (limits cross-fire) and no IDE legacy support. There are no USB front or backplates bundled with the board so out of the box you only get 2x USB3 and 4x USB2, but you do get 2 SATA3 cables.

Driver installation was a pain hence the 4-stars. This was mainly due to poor CD design rather than the drivers themselves. You seem to have only 2 options, install everything including some Symantec bloatware or install drivers and applications one by one, which involves alot of reboots. The second route took far longer than it should, even on a system that can reboot to Windows in 30s. A few also gave the "This driver did not install corrrectly" error in Windows 7 x64 - which is a bit unforgiveable seeing as the OS pre-dates the board by at about 3 years.

In the end though, UEFI BIOS is a pleasure to use, and the Windows apps seem well featured.

Overall, a decent price and spec with some minor gripes about board layout and driver disks. To compare with other boards check Tom's Hardware, which reviewed it alongside boards costing at least £20+ extra and decided it came out only slightly behind them.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By N.Z. on 20 Aug. 2012
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The P8Z77 V LX is an excellent choice for the price, perhaps there are more feature-rich boards for the same price out there (namely from Gigabyte and Asrock) but my previous phenomenal experience with Asus products and software support dictated this purchase. Board works as intended, also verified for Windows 8 (which I am currently running) and Asus delivered WHQL Win 8 drivers amazingly fast. Haven't had the chance to test lucid virtu in windows 8 environment yet as it is not supported at this time.

Offers great variety of settings in Bios, especially as far as overclocking and fan setup is concerned although users may want to invest in better cooling for their components and case if they decide to go that way, mainly CPU since the board lacks any sort of coolers on the capacitors like Asus's Stack Cool. Also lacking is IDE device support, so I had to throw my old DVD and floppy (!) drive (yes I still had them in my case), SLI (some paltry Crossfire support where slave card runs at 4x, NOT recommended for dual card setups) and eSata port, though you can always use USB to attach external interface combos.

All in all, a great board for the price intended for simple builds. People into overclocking looking for a mainstream board may want to check ou the P8Z77 M for better passive cooling capacity, if mATX is your thing that is.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Boy TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 July 2013
I've run an ASUS A7N8X Deluxe motherboard and overclocked AMD XP for many years without a problem, so as it was time to update, an ASUS motherboard was my first and only choice. The P8Z77-V LX supports the i5 and i7 CPUs, with up to 32GB of DDR3 memory, good integrated grapics (if you're not a gamer) and audio and USB 3. Even with cheap Altec Lansing speakers connected to the computer, the Realtek integrated audio is really good (21 May 2013 driver); it reproduces the standing waves and harmonics of Tibetan singing bowls 33bowls_morning.

Reasonable overclocking is easy and, the BIOS graphics are a step change from how things used to be. It's easy to flash a different BIOS and ASUS EZ Update appears to update the drivers.

The BIOS screen shots in the ASUS manual are poor greyscale copies, so it better to check the settings on screen without changing anything whilst reading up on the various features. ASUS motherboards have good facilities for updating the BIOS and I've never had a problem until March 2014 when an apparently successful flash would not re-boot. This motherboard has BIOS recovery as well as the usual routine such as shorting out the CMOS jumpers and removing the battery, but none of those worked. In case this happens to you, there is a company called Grains BIOS-Repair in Wales (they are on Google) who will sell you a new BIOS chip for this motherboard and many others at a very reasonable price. As I type this, my system with new BIOS chip and stock memory is happily running with the CPU at 4.17GHz.

My system works very nicely with an i5 3570K CPU and 16GB 1600 MHz memory set as dual channel. A good workhorse with ability to be pushed a bit more.
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