Summary: Hi all, newbie to computer builds here. I have had this mobo for about a year. A few months back I ordered a Bluetooth keyboard - worked great then nothing. The bios would stall and the Bluetooth light would no longer work. I tried to update wi-fi go drivers per ASUS support but no "go". They then said I needed to update specific blutooth drivers and that's where I'm at now. Other than that I really like this mobo - very easy to install.
Summary: I purchased this motherboard, not through Amazon, but through my local Fry's electronics store. Have it in a great, modern system: Corsair case, Corsair 1200 w Power supply, Corsair H81 water cooled processor, 32 GB of RAM. I have had the board, now, about two months. VERY pleased for those two months. But, I installed a Windows 8-compatible USB 3.0 card with a USB 2.0 card. . .worked fine. Decided to add a third USB 3.0 card. Lost the sound. Checked everything.
Summary: Pros: Nice board overall with lots of features. Ample room for future upgrades. Cons: Had to disable Wifi drivers per Aus support. I could not connect to modem or router with Wifi drivers installed. I found the support site to be confusing and the Asus driver update page is a mess. I installed updated drivers from the site and had to go to Intel site for one Lan driver update.
Summary: Computer experience....Extremely high. Motherboard seems alright. Stickers on motherboard by back ports mislabeled. Quality control from Asus is questionable. Software that came with board is fair to good. However, never did get android app to be able to remote control computer. Also, had other issues with their Wi-Fi GO! software not working right. Fan control software is nice though. Bios graphical interface is nice. Had issue with Wi-Fi go module.
The ASUS P8Z77-V LE Plus LGA1155 Motherboard has Issues!
SCV91355 "SCV91355", Amazon
7 February 2013
Summary: Here's what I can provide: Pros: 1. Nice board layout. (SATA location at the rear of any case, is not ideal. Make sure to use the angled 6gb USB cables which come with the board) 2. Plenty of ports, especially USB's. 3. Great BIOS (See issues below) Cons: I have years of experience with ASUS motherboards, and don't ever recall a problem as frustrating as the one with Marvell SATA Controller.
Summary: These is my first build and have spent Month’s researching and studying every You Tube video and reading every forum thread there was on how to build a computer. I also researched each component that I have used in my build and feel that I have made good choices for what I use my PC for. The ASUS P8Z77-V-Deluxe is one of the top boards out there right now, and felt pretty good with what I was reading.
Summary: I bought this thinking I would be able to fit a fairly large heat sink, not thinking twice about it, but the heat sink overlaps the memory chips and they do not fit. Everything worked on the mobo first time, no complaints since. It has an awesome boot screen and BIOS setting screen, which I think is just an added bonus. The LAN Drivers are not natively supported in WIN7x64(only one I know for sure) so you will have to actually use the driver CD to get on the internet.
Summary: Well, I decided to finally take the plunge and upgrade from a 1998 year (32bit/x86 2x750 P3 w/ 1GB RAM) box and buy a 64 bit system. Since I do not like eye-candy crap and just wanted something that would work, I figured I would go along with the majority and acquired the following: ASUS P8Z77-V LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard Intel Core i7-3770K Quad-Core Processor 3.5 GHz 8 MB Cache LGA 1155 - BX80637I73770K Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus...
Summary: My first Asus fail build. Error code 55 [no memory], tested with good ddr3 ram form another PC still getting the same error. Asus p8z77-v Deluxe zotac gtx 670 4gb consair vengeance ddr3 32gb samsung ssd 128 3770k cpu Thermaltake 750 watt samsung 27 led monitor I love asus mobo been using the p8p67 with 2600k for a couple of year now and it solid as a rock.