Asus P7Q57-M DO
Released April, 2010
The Pros:Useful and innocative KVM remote access feature.
The Cons:Cannot wake from sleep in many cases. Unstable use, with random resets. Cannot disable auto overclocking BIOs function?
The Asus P7Q57-M DO is a mid-range Intel Q57 chipset motherboard meant specifically for business use. It features support for Intel Core i3, i5 and most i7 processor types and up to 16GB of dual-channel DDR3 RAM.
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Additionally, the P7Q57-M DO features native support for 1080p video (featuring both HDMI and DVI ports), EZ-Flash 2 BIOS update technology and Intel's vPro technology for unsurpassed remote management.
The P7Q57-M DO sports an LGA1156 socket type which allows for Intel i3-5xx, i5-6xx, i5-7xx and i7-8xx processors while also offering support for up to 16GB of dual-channel DDR3 RAM with data transfer rates of 1600(O.C.), 1333 and 1066MHz. Its native 1080p support allows the P7Q57-M DO to output at 1920 X 1200 x 32Bpp @60Hz via HDMI and DVI with a max resolution of 2048 X 1536 X 32Bpp @75Hz via RGB while also providing multi-monitor support. Meanwhile, the P7Q57-M DO's EZ-Flash 2 technology allows for BIOS updates without the need for an installed operating system as it requires only a USB flash drive with the BIOS update on it while its Intel vPro technology allows the P7Q57-M DO to be accessed remotely even when the system is off or damaged.
- Intel Q57 Express Chipset
- LGA1156 socket supports Intel i3-5xx, i5-6xx, i5-7xx and i7-8xx processors
- Supports up to 16GB dual-channel DDR3 RAM support @ 1600(O.C.), 1333 and 1066MHz
- 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16, 1 x PCIe 2.0 x1 (2.5GT/s), 2 x PCI
- 14 USB 2.0/1.1 ports (8 ports at mid-board, 6 ports at back panel)
- Natively supports 1080p output via HDMI, VGA, DVI
- EZ-Flash 2 technology for easy BIOS updates
- Intel vPro technology for remote manipulation in any state
User Reviews (2)
Useful and innocative KVM remote access feature
Cannot wake from sleep in many cases
Unstable use, with random resets
Cannot disable auto overclocking BIOs function?
On-board video processor is only compatible with certain processors
An unusually poor product from Asus
Poor documentation included
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