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Asus M4A87TD EVO


$110.00 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Runs cool without fans, can control a number of fans directly from BIOS. Simple installation, no major surprises or special cases. Works out of the box without advanced setup or configuration.

The Cons:Does not recognize 1600 Mhz memory without overclocking. No on-board video processing capability.

The Asus M4A87TD EVO is a low-end motherboard. It is designed to hold and use the components of a PC. It features Core Unlocker technology, CPU Level Up technology, and Fan Xpert technology. The Core Unlocker technology enables a user to unlock unused cores in their CPU at the push of a button.

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By unlocking the unused cores, overall system performance becomes greatly enhanced, as well as far more efficient. The CPU Level Up technology allows a user to overclock a CPU to match the specs of a higher CPU. This eliminates the extra cost that comes with upgrading a CPU. The Fan Xpert technology lets a user adjust the speed of the fan depending on the surrounding environment, creating a perfect solution to keep a PC cool and quiet. The M4A87TD EVO also has a separate version called the M4A87TD/USB3. It has the same specs, except that it features USB 3.0 support. When compared to another Asus motherboard, the M4A77TD Pro, the M4A87TD EVO has some advantages. These include the inclusion of several technologies the M4A77TD Pro lacks (such as CPU Level Up and Core Unlocker).

Features

  • Core Unlocker technology
  • CPU Level Up technology
  • Fan Xpert technology
  • AM3 Socket
  • Compatible with AMD Phenom II/Athlon II//Sempron CPUs
  • Four DIMM slots
  • Up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM
  • AMD Cool'n'Quiet 2.0 technology
  • MemOK technology
  • Gigabit LAN

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Pros
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    runs cool without fans, can control a number of fans directly from BIOS

  • 1

    simple installation, no major surprises or special cases

  • 1

    works out of the box without advanced setup or configuration

  • 1

    overclocking the CPU is a relatively simple process

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    fine-tuning the overclocking can be easily done through a menu-driven interface

  • 1

    the Gigabit LAN runs immediately without additional setup or configuration

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    does not recognize 1600 Mhz memory without overclocking

  • 0

    no on-board video processing capability

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