Summary: I wanted to build a PC as a replacement for my cable boxes and DVR, using a slim, AV-component styled and completely silent and fanless case. Since I also wanted top performance, I wanted a motherboard that could be tweaked to allow the best mix of performance, energy consumption and heat.
Problems, problems and problems with ASUS P8H77-M Pro
Samuel Bolanos, Amazon
28 October 2012
Summary: I purchased two of these MB through Amazon.com back in August this year, but I've been having problems with both of them. I built the systems from scratch and everything in them is new (memory, power supply, case, etc) First problem was with memory, the Corsair Vengeance memories, one system has a...
Great motherboard for 3rd gen HTPC or SFF gaming build
24 May 2012
Summary: I purchased from amazon itself. I am not enamored of associated 3rd party shippers from my previous experience. Very good instructions, good build quality and good drivers. I have had the best luck with ASUS motherboards in the past and so far this one seems to be a winner.
Summary: I will update this review if the replacement motherboard actually works. The first one from Amazon was essentially dead on arrival. Installed it in a new system build with an Intel Core i7-3770 (Ivy Bridge) CPU and Kingston HyperX 1600 DDR3 DIMMS (2x4-GB) that was listed as compatible memory for...
Great Micro ATX Board for your Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge CPU
Another Customer, Amazon
17 May 2012
Summary: It took a little time to whittle down all the boards out there. I am partial to Asus. I wanted a micro atx to keep the size down. I didn't care about overclocking. I wanted THunderbolt support. Only a handful of boards have it and this is the least expensive of them.
Summary: I received this motherboard in good time. i installed it with 2x8 gig memory and everything was ok. then I installed an extra 16 gig memory (2x8s) identical to my first 16gig. after extensive checking I found the 2 dims on the board were faulty.
Summary: I wanted a Socket 1155 for my new Intel Intel 3rd Generation Core i5-3570K CPU (4 x 3.40GHz, Ivy Bridge, Socket 1155, 6Mb L3 Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0) It had to be MicroATX or uATX in size, I didn't want to buy a bigger Case and why would I, I have nice shiny Black Asus case with a...
Board works fine but is let down by Marvell controller for 6Gb eSATA
Mr. Richard Reynolds, Amazon
18 June 2012
Summary: Everything on the board works except the Marvell 88SE91xx controller which controls an internal 6Gb SATA connector and an external 6Gb port. I can't get the eSATA port to work at all under Windows 7 and on connecting the internal SATA port to an HDD, results in waiting a couple of minutes while the...
Summary: I bought this motherboard for my HTPC build with the following components: Case: Silverstone Grandia GD08 CPU: Intel i7 3770 RAM: 8GB Crucial Ballistix (2x4GB modules) SSD O/S drive: Samsung 840 Evo 250GB HDD data drive: WD Caviar Green 2TB O/S: Windows Home Premium 64-bit Optical drive: Pioneer...
Summary: The Board its self is very well made as with most Asus products, didn't like the arrangement of the S-ATA ports to begin with but it worked out rather good in the PC case I was putting it in, comes with all the cables you need though mine didn't come with the Asus power Q-Connector adapter for the...