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7.6* out of 10

Asus F1A75-M

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Reviews and Problems with Asus F1A75-M

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Overall 8

A good Mother board with many features

Razornoodle "Razornoodle", Amazon
29 January 2014
  • Summary: This board has lots of features, can hold more ram than you'll ever need and is a good board for an HTPC case. The 7.1 surround sound is also pretty impressive. My setup has the AMD Liano 3870 APU turbo clocked at 3.3mhz, Zalman cpu cooler, Radeon 6570 GPU for dual graphics, Samsung combo dvd/blue-ray, a 1 TB HDD, 16 megs of ram, and a combo usb flash drive/mem chip reader, in a slim HTPC case. The machine does exactly what I wanted.
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Overall 2

Still worse trouble setting up ..

Jon B, Amazon
16 July 2013
  • Summary: - First I upgraded to latest BIOS since OOB the mobo was unusable. New BIOS rev makes little noticeable difference. - It cannot "see" a perfectly good USB2 LG DVD-RW in its boot-device probing, but curiously, could "see" it when the BIOS needs the Asus support-DVD. - Altho it can "see" my NEC USB2 DVD-ROM boot device with installer Cds/DVDs - and boot from them, installing initial base-OS image into RAM - the OS install then fails (BSOD / panic).
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Overall 8

Good MicroATX board

H. Chen "Black Rice - Born To Dye", Amazon
26 September 2012
  • Summary: Pros: 1. 2 USB 3.0 and 4 USB 4.0 back ports. 2. USB 3.0 internal connector. No USB 3.0 front ports? No problem, there are still USB 2.0 internal connectors to go for. 3. A MicroATX that supports two discrete graphics cards (AMD CrossFireX) 4. Easy UEFI BIOS interface. Cons: 1. The PCI-E 1x slot is easily blocked by a discrete graphics card. 2. Inconvenient to install system memory in because they'll be blocked by 5.25" and 3.5" trays.
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Overall 8

Sweet board but a devil to setup

Tatie H, Amazon
16 January 2012
  • Summary: Board runs nicely. Easy to install in case, runs fast and stable. The trick comes in getting it up and running properly. Installed the board along with an AMD A6 3500 (AD35000JGXBOX) and Win 7 64 Home Premium. Win 7 went on a new drive. Windows 7 went on with no hiccups. Installation of the video wasn't fun. I couldn't get the graphic drivers that came on the dvd with the board to install.
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