Summary: This Asus ROG Matrix HD Platinum is a companion for the Maximus V Extreme mother board I have in my super computer. Setting it up has been an adventure, but this gives me 6 monitors and runs quietly and very fast. With the Msata card holding the operating system, it will boot in less than a minute using Windows 8. The difficulties were mostly me, not knowing all there is about gaming components.
Summary: AWESOME HIGH QUALITY MOBO~~~! this is a perfect motherboard for a gamer/overclocker. Not only does it run great it looks good. Crack open your pc and its gonna make the ladies look twice!!! hahah okay okay maybe not but it makes me really happy!! Right now the best value in my opinion is buying a refurb of this board.
Summary: This is a rock solid, stable board built for the extreme overclocker (if you do that sort of thing) this has more features than any other board on the market. The packaging alone tells you what you are in for, high quality and lots of extras, thunderbolt, wifi, software from asus that make tweaking, overclocking, and fine tuning easy for the newcomer or the expierenced user. This board will blow you away.
A bit on the expensive side, but you won't be upgrading for a long time!
12 September 2013
Summary: This motherboard is wonderful, plain and simple. It has so much room for expansion, I barely know what to do with it all. It even tells you whats wrong with it, with its Q-code LED screen onboard. You can even turn off unused PCI-E slots to save power and ever so slightly increase performance speed.
Summary: As a former owner of ASUS motherboard products (Striker Series boards), ASUS have never failed on me, this ASUS Z77 ROG motherboard was a great replacement for my failed EVGA Z77 which would be a great motherboard itself, if only EVGA would fix its BIOS related issues. I wont got into the specs for you can read that information in its product manual or just visit the ASUS website for detailed info.
Summary: Oh, yes! Big, complex, florid with features most beyond my imagining. Some years ago I determined I had to have one of these because it cost a lot and looked sexy; all those copper fins must lend to a computer some evidence of whats in store. Present day, yes, they do, stable is what you get not just in defaults but wildly overclocked as well. These spare no expense boards run enough software of their own, to run our department of state.