Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0 Driver
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Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0 Driver
Most important of all, this board is stable. I haven't had any problems with or without overclocking. Ease of installation of most boards is fairly similar.
ASUS P8ZM PRO - motherboard - micro ATX - LGA Socket - Z77 Overview - CNET
This includes connectors that you can attach front panel connectors to, and then plug the larger connector Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0 a single header, which is a lot easier than trying to plug in the power, LED, reset and other leads to the board individually. This is not a feature unique to ASUS. But it's one that I don't like being without. Another feature, which I have mixed feelings about, is the way that the SATA connectors sit at right angles.
I admit that it can be awkward pushing the cables' connectors straight down.
But the Micro ATX standard also dictates the footprint of the board. That means that in some cases literally cases there won't be enough room on the sides for connectors.
I'm using this in a Media Center case, which has everything compartmentalized, and there was no room for the connectors without literally drilling through a metal baffle that separated compartments in the case. I had actually done that to accommodate a board from a different manufacturer that had the same strategy for SATA connectors, but had I not already done that, and had I known of this issue, I would have avoided the board Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0 my computer case.
BIOS is easy to load and customize using a utility directly from within Windows. The BIOS is the type with a graphical setup and an "advanced setting mode" that's more familiar looking for traditional settings that makes it easy to set a performance profile for energy savings or aggressive performance, or simply normal use.
And the utilities that run under Windows make it easy to get the latest drivers, BIOS and control which features get enabled. The board is Windows 8 ready, but I'm using it with Windows 7, with perfect results. ATAPI devices are not supported.
ASUS P8Z77-M PRO - motherboard - micro ATX - LGA1155 Socket - Z77
Packaging Asus has packaged their micro-ATX version of the Ivy bridge chipset in an identical manner to other form factor boards, save the 'M' indicator in the product name. The front of the Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0, though plentiful in feature badges, is cleaner than the reverse side that is occupied with text walls explaining the various features of the board to retail shoppers.
Opening the box clamshell Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0 to find the board packed in anti-ESD bagging, and the typical array of board accessories: Asus has included two Q-connectors, an accessory we've seen before in packages such as the Asus Maximus Gene V. The general layout is pretty standard, as well as the black and blue color scheme that Asus uses on their standard boards.
Taking a closer look around the board, the eight pin power lies in the typical upper left hand corner. The lower left corner is equipped with four PCIe lanes in the order listed below: Keep in mind that board's form factor, and that Asus wanted users to be able to run any PCIe card as well as have the resources to run dual card setups.
Also notice that the lanes are situated in an order that allows the installation of dual card set-ups without the worry of larger shrouds blocking the pin-outs below, such as the USB headers. These are part of Asus' auto tuning functions, both serving quite a different role.
When the EPU switch is on, the EPU chip initiates an energy efficient Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0, which monitors the current needs of the system and automatically tuning settings based on loads and power use. The TPU, on the other hand, safely tunes both graphical and central process units with safe clock speeds, with the ability to tweak frequencies with TurboV, a GUI overclocking tool.
Following to the right are three USB 2. The header collection in the bottom right hand corner begins with the first of three chassis fan connectors, all of which are the PMW four-pins. This is important because that forth Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel USB 3.0 allows RPM control of the fans based on current load, which results in quieter performance of the system overall.
This also allows the energy-saving EPU to reduce the fan speed when not needed.