It's ok for what it is, but be forewarned. You can only put in one graphics card.
4 weeks ago
Summary: I got one of these in an ASUS G10AC computer. And I loved it until I wanted to put a second GPU in it. The G10AC doesn't mention that the Z77 2400 is a mini-ATX. There is only ONE PCI-e 16X gpu slot. Had I known that, I would have never purchased that system. It's ok for what it is, but be forewarned. You can only put in one graphics card.
Summary: This little board is great, well laid out, and works well. The vrm uses two of the mounting points, but included fine and coarse threaded screws ensure you can still mount it in your case no problems. Install took about 5 minutes and 4 screws.
Summary: What a great motherboard! It's got everything I need and more. It's almost perfect in both form factor and available features. This mobo will also accommodate a large video card (Nvidia 750-TI in my case). It is excellent like I expect from Asus and this motherboard did not disappoint.
Summary: Good ITX board. The only thing to watch out for is that the Wi-Fi will not work automatically for Linux. I read somewhere that you could do some type of mod, replacing the on-board module but it's best just to buy a Alfa USB Wi-Fi and you're on your way.
Summary: Great motherboard. Small and fits in any smaller case. Lets give cons first 1. "Surround" - have to jump through hoops to get 5.1 surround enabled, even with included drivers. 2.1 is fine out of the box. 2. Front audio is directly under the video card - if you have a PCI-E card (duh) to install, the video card will press down on the front audio (97 and HD) 3.
Summary: I was very surprised at how small this motherboard actually is. It is small, but does not sacrifice performance for being small. It sure packs a punch. The DIGI-VRM voltage regulator bank is extremely awesome for overclocking.