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8.3 out of 10

Asus P8B75-V

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Overall 10


Michael, Amazon
21 March 2013
  • Summary: This is my first time ever purchasing a motherboard and i am very pleased. I would totally recommend this motherboard to a first time builder.
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Overall 10

Maintaining the ASUS name

Christian, Amazon
27 January 2013
  • Summary: Lots of ports, easy to navigate and find things, clearly labeled, and not very expensive. If I could make one change though it would be taking the 'resistors' off the I/O shield
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Overall 8

Good low level board

S. Marouchoc, Amazon
9 January 2013
  • Summary: I shopped this board mainly on brand and price, and could I get it in time for the build I had to do - I have been using ASUS boards for as long as i can remember. This board is laid out relatively well - the front panel hdaudio plug is in the dead center of the board, which works OK - if, like me, you install a full length video card that header may be a little hard to get to, but it's still totally doable. Overclocking works.
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Overall 10

Great Motherboard for the price

Rich, Amazon
3 January 2013
  • Summary: This motherboard is wonderful for an Intel build, had no trouble with installation or finding drivers. I am not using anything overkill: Intel i5-3550 AMD Radeon HD 6870 8GB (2x 4GB) RAM 2x SSD (SPEED!
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Overall 10

First gaming build, awesome motherboard.

Werner Karl Heisenberg "You cannot perceive b..., Amazon
3 November 2012
  • Summary: There's not much to say, plenty of ports. Compatible with everything I needed. The Bios is amazing and the UI is really nice. Very easy to navigate. I was hesitant to buy it because somebody gave it 1 Star, but their review was pointless and irrelevant. Get this board, you'll love it.
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Overall 10

For $100, it's pretty nice...

SammySosa21 "sammysosa21", Amazon
15 October 2012
  • Summary: I got this up and running in my build about 2 weeks ago. I gotta say the board was laid out pretty nicely, labeled well and i didn't have a problem with anything except the processor lever which i felt was a little tough to seat in the slot, but being my first real build it probably was how it is supposed to be i just didn't expect it to be so tight (which was probably my fault to be honest). For $100, it's worth it for sure...
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Overall 10

Solid Motherboard

M. Gill "Bay Area Dad", Amazon
18 September 2012
  • Summary: I'm typically the guy that spends the cash on the higher end boards to get all the bleeding edge features. But a series of power outages in my area last week killed my old ASUS Striker Extreme. I went with this board because it covered all the basics and allowed me to re-use a number of my parts quickly. Also as I look back I'm not sure I ever really used all the stuff I paid for the last time. Key Note - there is only ONE 6GB/sec connector on the board.
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Overall 2


Arnold Baker, Amazon
30 July 2012
  • Summary: Well, the most important thing is that the Mother board did work as it is advertised. But, I had to repair the battery holder because the MD was dropped or mishandled somehow at Amazon. The packing was terrible and the box it came in was damaged very badly BEFORE it was put in another box that was badly damaged, too. I am just doggone lucky that the MB was not totally trashed. I would have sent it back. But, I was afraid I would get one that was worse.
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Overall 10

The name for a big game - ASUS P5LD2

liniecas, Ebay
22 March 2011
  • Summary: When I was seeking for original branded motherboard for my recently obtained dual core CPU from Intel, my attention focussed on ASUS product. This quite simpelten but smart designed one was exatly what I was looking for. Innovative design, great performance with absolutelly amazing values- low CPU temperature, smart fan speed regulation etc. etc.
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Overall 6


Sam Wood, Amazon
11 February 2013
  • Summary: It's not really the fault of the motherboard, more my own for not reading into it, but I thought that most motherboards nowadays came with an HDMI port, but nope. Now if I want to get HD, I will have to buy a graphics card to use HDMI. I did buy a DVI to HDMI, but long story short, it doesn't work. The motherboard is nice, but I had problems inserting some cables such as HD audio, but I blame my dodgy case for that, which again I didn't read into thorough enough.
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