I am now and have been for some months, the proud owner of an Asus P8Z77-Vlx motherboard and as the advert goes it does everything it says on the tin, and more.
Honestly put it is worlds apart from the Gigabyte motherboard that gave me so much trouble for a year plus. Even when my last Gigabyte motherboard was behaving its-self it could not hold a candle to my new Asus board.
Games, desktop working, PCIe 3.0 ready, energy saving a brilliant flexi BIOS, digi power control, AMD CrossfireX technology, Intel Z77 chipset, there is too much to list here, and the price it cost is minimal compared to what you get.
Hand on heart, yes I do buy Asus products more than I do other manufactures but the performance you get from their products is awesome, this motherboard is well worth it for the price paid and one of the main reason why I will stay with Asus products. as I said earlier reliable, it does what it says on the label and much more.
If like me you are in the process of thinking you would love a new motherboard and money is tight check this one out.
I bought the motherboard from Overclockers as I do for most all my hardware, and up-to-date I have found you can rely on this company to see you right.
I have always found them fair, honest and reliable as reliable as the products they sell. Unless you get a faulty product and if you do just get back in touch and they will do their level best to put things right. Is this an advert for Overclockers.com I hear you say. No, it is not. Their attention to their customers and the products they sell speak for themselves.
If you’re looking to buy a good budget board, with decent overclocking ability then I would highly recommend this motherboard.
Intel Z77 Chipset, x4 DDR3, x2 PCI-E x16, x2 PCI-E x1, x3 PCI, x2 SATA 6GB/s, x4 SATA 3GB/s, x1 Gigabit LAN, x4 USB 3.0, x10 USB 2.0, 7.1 HD Audio, Xfire Support