Summary: Running a month now with Asus GTX550TI graphic card. Have not had the need to overclock it much which they have made simple to do. Spec your power pack properly if this is what you like to do. I have been using Asus motherboards forever and they get easier and easier to setup. Using Corsair chips properly matched and AMD processors I have rarely had any problem.
Summary: Bought this back in the summer, and figured that I would give it a while before I reviewed it. It's been about 5 months since I bought it and built my first pc, and it has worked like a charm. Easy installation, holds everything firmly in position, and doesn't get hot to my knowledge (my cpu runs low 30C most of the time, and vid card mid 30s so it has to be close to that).
Summary: I needed a budget system to run Adobe CS 5.5 Production Premium... It wont run it as fast as a intel i7 based system, but for my budget it is working great. ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 - AM3 - AMD 880G AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Processor, Black Edition Corsair XMS3 16GB (4x 4GB) PC3-10666 1333MHz DDR3 Memory CMX16GX3M4A1333C9 Leadtech nvidia GTX 285 1GB DDR3 vid card OCZ 120 GB Vertex 2 Series SATA II 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive (SSD) OCZSSD2-2VTXE120G 2 400GB WD 7200RPM sata in...
Summary: This is the 2nd ASUS motherboard that I have purchased. I was very satisfied with first one that I purchased and this new M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 motherboard has been great so far. I mounted this in an XION II ATX case and the assembly went fairly smoothly. The only complaint I have with the case install is that it would have been nice if ASUS had included some mounting hardware with the board...
Summary: I got this motherboard for a new rig that wasn't working with the original Gigabyte motherboard I ordered (incompatibility with the G-Skill memory I'd ordered, which I learned after 2 RMAs with NewEgg!). I put in this ASUS board, pressed the power button, and had zero issues. Board has a nice layout, easy to work with. Came with 4 high-quality "lockable" SATA cables. Love the 6GB/s SATA ports, USB 3.0, etc.
Summary: I am an "off and on" computer builder and I haven't built one in three years or so, so I wanted a board that would use some older stuff I have laying around. (EIDE...) I wanted lots of room and 4 memory slots for flexibility and more than one PCI slot. And I wanted a good price with a brand I have used in the past that I had confidence in. I went with Asus for that reason and the AMD Phenom II 955 processor.
SICK Dude. If you want faster speeds at a great price. Sick and Beautiful!!
1 August 2011
Summary: ... SICK. AMD Athlon 640 3.0- AUTO TUNED by bios to 3.48 with all 4 cores unlocked!! Has even more push but not worried to push as it's boosted my Ati 5570 Graphics and is SPEEDY at sata 6 and usb 3 transfers with my Intel SSD and Windows 7 combo.
Summary: Is one of the best I've used, all you can do with this is amazing I recommend it. I'm using an AMD phenom x4 II, 8 GB DDR3 2000MHz and an ATI 5870, 1.5TB WD is really fast and the price is affordable,
Summary: Until I bought the components and decided to learn how to build my own computer, I had very little knowledge about how to do it. My old PC had an ASUS board, so I wanted to stick with what I knew worked. I did my research and picked out this board, installed it with 8G of DDR3, and the Phenom II x4 955 chip. The motherboard was so easy to install and the BIOS was a BREEZE!
Summary: Lemme get the bad out of the way first, because it's so small -- the BIOS configuration is somewhat difficult to navigate and there is next to no help explaining what you're doing in there (a characteristic AMI BIOS have always had). It also has just two USB 3.0 ports. That's it, those are my ONLY complaints about this motherboard.