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Asus M4A77T


$90.00 Released June, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Usually ships with the most up-to-date BIOS available at that time. Layout is very logical, offers plenty of space for larger graphics cards. Plenty of integrated technologies meant to make the most out of any setup (Core Unlocker, MemOK).

The Cons:The RAM DIMM slots are a little flimsy, a bit of effort is required to install RAM. The RAID setup program in the BIOS looks like it was programmed in the '80s and is a pain to use. Included documentation is a little sparse (especially on how to put together a RAID setup).

The Asus M4A77T is a low-end motherboard. It is designed to house the components of a PC. It features Core Unlocker technology, an Asus EPU, and a Turbo Key. The Core Unlocker enables the user to activate unused cores within the CPU.

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This not only boosts performance, but makes the PC more efficient as well. The Asus EPU (Energy Processing Unit) monitors power in real time. By doing this, as well as checking PC settings, it provides an appropriate amount of power that saves energy and money. The Turbo Key gives the user a switch that lets them automatically overclock a CPU. This allows for far greater system performance, as well as being easier for the user than overclocking normally. The Asus M4A77T has another version known as the Asus M4A77T/USB3, which has the same specs but includes USB 3.0 technology. When compared to another Asus motherboard, the M4A77TD Pro, the M4A77T has some disadvantages, including the lack of technologies such as "SATA on the Go".

Features

  • Core Unlocker technology
  • Asus EPU
  • Turbo Key
  • AM3 Socket
  • Compatible with AMD Phenom II/Athlon II/Sempron CPUs
  • Four DIMM slots
  • Up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM
  • High definition audio
  • Gigabit LAN
  • Asus Q-Fan technology

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    Usually ships with the most up-to-date BIOS available at that time.

  • 1

    Layout is very logical, offers plenty of space for larger graphics cards.

  • 1

    Plenty of integrated technologies meant to make the most out of any setup (Core Unlocker, MemOK).

  • 1

    Overclocking is a breeze like with most modern ASUS boards--Turbo Key technology automatically overclocks at the press of a button.

Cons
  • 2

    The RAM DIMM slots are a little flimsy, a bit of effort is required to install RAM.

  • 1

    The RAID setup program in the BIOS looks like it was programmed in the '80s and is a pain to use.

  • 1

    Included documentation is a little sparse (especially on how to put together a RAID setup).

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