Reviews and Problems with ASRock Z77 Professional-M
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Very feature rich mobo. Not just in it size ...
niCk jaga, Amazon
9 December 2014
Summary: Very feature rich mobo. Not just in it size class but overall. It offers plenty of the high speed ports unlike many boards (even atx) that only include 2 SATA3 and the rest SATA2. My only gripe is that it advertises 2x PCIE3.0 x16 slots. In actuality it is only one. False advertising. The second PCIE slot is only x8 whether or not a gpu is installed in the first slot. I have to use the second slot due to my case and power supply setup.
Summary: Had this mobo for almost a year and man, its working like a charm. Still in great condition, and overclock is beast. The only thing that is stuck for me is that it cant be quad sli/cfx if it only has 3 pci slots and its a mATX(correct me if im wrong) and why not just get of that pci slot and put in a pcie in there but other than that, its a good motherboard. no Cons maybe lack of update?
Summary: The Mobo is solid in design. Sound card is iffy. The extra flash on the heat sinks are to big and wont allow a full size graphics card to be inserted into the top PCI E slot. idk how this flaw got past the AS Rock dev team, but im verry upset with this design and will never purchase another product from them. I dont even work for AS Rock and that was the first thing i noticed when i took it out of the box.
Summary: I bought this mother board for my new computer and am pretty impressed so far. It's had done all it has been billed to. With a i7-3770t processor in it and 32 gigs of ram plus hard drives and dvd drives the system is only consuming about 15 to 17 watts of power while browsing the internet. Performance wise it is very fast. why didn't I give it a 5 star review then?
Summary: This is a really great mobo, I am upgrading from a stock board from a Gateway FX-6860. It was really easy to install and came with everything I needed. From the looks of it, it looks well built and should last me a long time. Look forward to getting another GTX 660ti so I can SLI them.
Summary: Space, and I should have known this. The board is completely awesome, but NOT for running three monster cards in SLI. The other ASRock boards are better suited for that. I only needed to run two GTX 660 ti's in SLI mode for gaming, and it works great for that. Problem is, there goes your mini PCIE slot as well. I actually needed that slot for a sound card that is better than the onboard, but it isn't a deal breaker.