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ASUS Sabertooth X79 LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

  • Intel X79
  • Core i7 (LGA2011)
  • DDR3 1866/1600
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TUF /tΛf/, Stands for The Ultimate Force.
The TUF series delivers a "tough" image. With a unique design & high quality components (military-standard), TUF series is born for pursuing the preeminent stability, all-round compatibility, and extreme durability

Windows 8 Exclusive Features


Fast Boot

Instant OS Login

ASUS has released new hardware and software designs to shorten system boot-up time to two-seconds* for a smoother user experience that removes annoying delays under Windows 8, and even previous versions of Windows. Faster system boot and restart means Windows starts quicker and higher efficiency - no more waiting around.


ASUS Boot Setting

Multi-Startup Options

Thanks to ASUS Windows 8 hardware optimization, ASUS Boot Setting provides better flexibility in customizing your PCs startup process. You can enter the BIOS directly with one click through a user-friendly interface, and quickly select your preferred system boot up method: either get to the OS in seconds or opt for regular boot up. Whatever your choice, settings are saved and persistent, with no need to choose every time you power on.

"Ultimate Cool!" Thermal Solution


Thermal Armor

Total Airflow-Boosting Heat Dissipation

New generation TUF Thermal Armor kicks cooling up a notch with dual integrated Turbo Engine fans. This enhances the original TUF thermal design, helping direct heat away from MOS area components and out the case via the rear I/O section. Special heat pipes propel dissipation from critical components and make sure temps stay low across the board. The Thermal Armor also provides modders and LAN party goers an extra-cool dress up option to show off their creativity and dedication to performance.


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Thermal Radar

Real Time Temp Detection and Heat Removal

The TUF Thermal Radar monitors temps in critical parts of the motherboard in real time, automatically adjusting fan speeds to make sure the system maintains high stability without overheating. It consists of multiple sensors for various components on the motherboard, giving users the ability to monitor each one individually. The Thermal Radar automatically calculates ideal fan speeds based on different parameters selected by users for each component, keeping everything cooler and longer lasting.

"TUF Engine!" Power Design

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New DIGI+ Power Control

All-New Digital Power Control for Both CPU and DRAM

ASUS X79 motherboards include New DIGI+ Power Control with three digital voltage controllers, including all-new DRAM controllers that offers ultra-precise memory tuning in addition to ultra-precise CPU voltage control. This evolution of innovative, industry-leading ASUS technology provides the best in class control for better efficiency, stability and performance.

Best in Class Power Efficiency and Stability

Two critical components work perfectly together to match digital power signal (SVID) requests from the CPU, with ultra-fast sensing and response to efficiently deliver the right level of power on demand. Accurate power reduces wasteful voltage imprecision, and provides more a stable CPU and memory setup.

8-DIMM Design - X79 Done Right

Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design on ASUS X79 motherboards provides the capacity for users to make full use of modern 64-bit software, ideal for rendering detailed images or manipulating large files without the bottlenecks of conventional storage. It also allows users to set up big RAM disks and speed up frequently accessed programs, minimizing the impact of storage transfer delays while maximizing user benefit.

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Flexible & Easy BIOS Interface

ASUS UEFI BIOS offers the first mouse-controlled graphical BIOS designed with selectable modes, providing a user-friendly interface that goes beyond traditional keyboard-only controls. It also natively supports fully-utilized hard drives larger than 2.2TB in 64-bit operating systems.

ASUS Exclusive Interface
EZ Mode displays frequently-accessed info. Users can choose system performance settings and drag and drop boot priorities. Advanced Mode for performance enthusiasts includes detailed DRAM settings via a dedicated memory info page for complete insight.


    New upgrade! Quick and easy info for enhanced system control
  • F12 BIOS snapshot hotkey for sharing UEFI setup info and troubleshooting
  • New F3 Shortcut for most accessed info
  • ASUS DRAM Serial Presence Detect (SPD) Information for accessing memory info, detecting faulty DIMMs and helping with difficult POST situations


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TUF Components (Choke, Cap. & MOSFET; Certified by Military-Standard)

Certified for Tough Duty

Get rugged performance even in the most challenging conditions with robust TUF chokes, solid capacitors, and MOSFETs - certified through third-party, military-grade testing. TUF Chokes, also known as the "Ferrite Choke," is a made of a compound of various types of metal instead standard iron, enables the support of up to a massive 50A of rated current, much higher than conventional component. Furthermore, the single piece packaging also eliminates the emission of vibration noise, delivering superb characteristics as well as durability under extreme conditions.

ASUS Exclusive Features

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ASUS SSD Caching

3X Faster Performance at a Click

SSD caching from ASUS is easier than ever. At 3X faster, this feature boosts system performance by using an installed SSD with no capacity limitations as a cache for frequently accessed data. Harness a combination of SSD-like performance and response and hard drive capacity with just one click, no rebooting needed and instant activation for complete ease of use.

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USB BIOS Flashback

Easy, Worry-Free USB BIOS Flashback

USB BIOS Flashback offers the most convenient way to flash the BIOS ever! It allows overclockers to try new BIOS versions easily, without even entering their existing BIOS or operating system. Just plug in USB storage and push the dedicated button for three seconds, and the BIOS is automatically flashed using standby power. Worry-free overclocking for the ultimate convenience!

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USB 3.0 Boost

Faster USB 3.0 Transmission with UASP

New ASUS USB 3.0 Boost technology supports UASP (USB Attached SCSI Protocol), the latest USB 3.0 standard. With USB 3.0 Boost, USB device transmission speed is significantly increased by up to 170%, adding to already impressively fast USB 3.0 transfer speeds. USB 3.0 Boost provides a user-friendly graphical interface, which instantly accelerates transfer speeds for USB 3.0 peripherals with exclusive ASUS device auto-detect settings.

"Safe & Stable!" Guardian Angel

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Any Memory is A-OK!

MemOK! quickly ensures memory boot compatibility. This remarkable memory rescue tool requires a mere push of a button to patch memory issues. MemOK! determines failsafe settings and dramatically improves your system boot success. Get your system up and running in no time!


ESD Guards

Unique Protection of Motherboard Components from Unexpected Electrostatic Discharges (ESD)

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can happen suddenly and its damaging effects is often underestimated. Exclusive ASUS anti-static chip, a protective circuit design, and the I/O shield provides four times better protection to extend component lifespan.

Latest Transfer Technology


Power eSATA 6Gbps Ready

2X Faster with Fully Charged Power

Powered eSATA 6Gbps combines data and power connectivity. Users enjoy 2X faster transfer rates, and can use external SATA 6Gbps devices with no additional power adapters. ASUS provides extra port with enhanced scalability, faster data retrieval, and double the bandwidth of current bus systems for extra speed and accessibility


Front Panel USB 3.0 Support

Convenient USB 3.0 Front Panel Compatibility

ASUS provides standardized USB 3.0 front panel support, compatible with any chassis. Enjoy faster throughput of USB 3.0 without relegating cables or devices to the hard-to-reach rear I/O.


Complete USB 3.0 Solution

Double USB Access, Double Convenience

ASUS facilitates strategic USB 3.0 accessibility for both the front and rear panel - six USB 3.0 ports in total. Experience the latest plug & play connectivity at speeds up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0. The SABERTOOTH X79 affords greater convenience to high speed connectivity.

CPU, Chipset and Graphics Features


Second Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor Family for the LGA 2011 Socket

This motherboard supports the latest 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket, with memory and PCI Express controllers integrated to quad-channel (8 DIMMs) DDR3 memory and 40 PCI Express 3.0 lanes. This provides great graphics performance. Second Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket is one of the most powerful and energy efficient CPUs in the world.


Intel® X79 Express Chipset

The Intel® X79 Express Chipset is the latest single-chipset design that supports the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket. It improves performance by utilizing serial point-to-point links, allowing for increased bandwidth and stability. Additionally, the X79 comes with two SATA 6Gbps and four SATA 3Gbps ports for faster data retrieval, doubling the bandwidth of current bus systems.


PCIe 3.0 Ready

The latest PCI Express bus standard delivers improved encoding for twice the performance of current PCIe 2.0. Total bandwidth for an x16 link reaches a maximum of 32Gbps, double the 16Gbps of PCIe 2.0 (in x16 mode). PCIe 3.0 provides users unprecedented data speeds, combined with the convenience and seamless transition offered by complete backward compatibility with PCIe 1.0 and PCIe 2.0 devices. It's a must-have feature for PC users aiming to improve and optimize graphics performance, as well as have the latest, most future-proof technology.


Quad-GPU SLI and Quad-GPU CrossFireX Support!

Flexible Multi-GPU Solutions, Your Weapon of Choice!

SABERTOOTH X79 brings you the multi-GPU choice of either SLI™ or CrossFireX. The motherboard features the most powerful Intel® X79 platform to optimize PCIe allocation in multiple GPU configurations. Expect a brand-new gaming style you've never experienced before!

SABERTOOTH X79 Product Overview


Guaranteed Service


Five-Year Warranty

The ultimate reliability of the TUF Series is not only based on advanced thermal design, military-standard components and strict reliability tests, but also on the five-year warranty which is proudly provided.

What's in the Box



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Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 5 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 5 years

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  • barry s.
  • 3/26/2015 4:59:42 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat

Pros: all is up and running and what a great board. This board literately overclocks its self, and more. Lots of room for a cooler, however I used a couple of slim fans on my single loop. this would not be a problem if your case room at the top ro a double loop cooler. There is a a air cooler for the 2011 now that is made not to cover your memory lots, but if you going to over clock not been tested by me. Its a tower with one fan in between two heat sinks. Using 64 GB memory at 1866, and a 680 GPU. with 850w power supply. 4930K CPU and its very lightly overclocked. I took it up 30% and never even bother to test it for stability. teps all under 50C.

Cons: This board was replaced twice before I got it to post all my memory 64 GBs but it was working just not posting all the memory I had installed so I finally changed the board for the third time with a CPU also, cant tell you which was bad the CPU or the boards. However should be obvious now should it not.

Other Thoughts: In my frustration I gave this board a one star and that was not fair so if you see that review please ignore it. Intel was great getting me a CPU overnight and new egg too replaced the board twice without making me wait for the old board to get back to them. So other than the obvious builders night mare this was an easy glitch thanks to New egg and intel. Asus was there usual no customer support at all, shame on them.

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  • douglas f.
  • 3/23/2015 5:49:35 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsworks fine til u need to rma it

Pros: decent speedy motherboard, hyperduo works like a charm
holds 64gig quad channel memory just fine.

Cons: but if u plug in a 2.1 TB hd or larger into the marvel sata 2.0 ports..the motherboard may die on u, it happened to me.
rma service is a joke, they misplaced it for 2 weeks, had "worked" on it for 2 weeks. then returned with damaged cpu socket pins and voided my 5yr warranty after 1.2yrs of usage.
they must use some sort of stamp to damage the pins cause i've seen pics of other asus returned motherboards that went thru rma back to the users with bent pins and voided warranties...they all look the same. i did a fine look into the socket area, it's not only having bent's missing a few too. i think it woulda been better if asus released a bios patch to disable problem areas instead of causing users to crash their systems and deal with rma nightmares.

general note for other buyers...look at all the reviews...both good and bad and see if u have the money to waste on this.

Other Thoughts: i just wish corsair made least with them u get free replacement. i was nearly broke after saving up my money to build a system i was hoping it was to last 5yrs at least.
now i had to borrow money to find an alternate brand of motherboard.(shame abit went under, their mobo's still work to this day). and why did intel have to change the 2011 socket pattern for new generation cpu's.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

In behalf of ASUS, I want to thank you for your effort posting this review. I understand that you have problems encounter with the unit. I want to apologize as well for the inconvenience this issue have caused you. I know that your disappointed with the unit. It's unfortunate if you think the
"Product" is a huge disappointment. On the contrary, there are lots of very satisfied customers that are having positive experience using the product. I want to help you with this issue, kindly email it at and put case # N150379542 in the subject line for your reference.

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Thank you for choosing ASUS.

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  • Sergio M.
  • 1/17/2015 8:25:33 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsGood motherboard but hope it never breaks.

Pros: Good motherboard with good features.

Cons: Horrible customer service. My board went bad and tried to get a RMA. First off it's difficult to figure out how to RMA an item and actually have to contact them. After that they gave me the run around. They kept giving me troubleshooting advice which was nice if I hadn't done that already and eventually they ended up trying to get me to check the same parts again. Finally they accepted my RMA. Sent it in and got one back. The same one back and my board is still under warranty.

Other Thoughts: Asus boards are nice and so is this one but be wary of their customer service.

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  • Timothy B.
  • 1/16/2015 11:53:53 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggs"5 Year Warranty" Is Useless, Buyer BEWARE

Pros: Excellent mobo when it was working.

Cons: ASUS's warranty is useless.

Other Thoughts: I got this mobo 2 years ago and had absolutely no problems with it. A few weeks ago, Windows installed some updates and wanted to restart. I restarted my computer and I got no video to my monitor. After much troubleshooting, I found out it was the mobo that was causing the issue. I immediately contacted ASUS, got a RMA number and removed my mobo. I checked it over thoroughly and made sure no CPU pins were bent (they were all flawless) and everything was in order. (The RMA info says to make sure the cpu pins are protected) I packaged the mobo better than what it was boxed in brand new and mailed it off. A few days later I got an email from ASUS saying that I owed them $160 for a new MOBO. $10 was for shipping and $150 was for "bent CPU pins" and "water damage" which is not covered under their warranty. I have NEVER had any open containers of liquid near my computer and have NEVER had any liquid spill near it. Like I said about the cpu pins, none were bent and I went overkill on the padding, bubble wrap, cardboard, etc. in the box. I immediately called ASUS to make sure what I was reading was correct and they told me it was. I told them how I never had any liquid near my pc and how the cpu pins were fine when I shipped it off and the guy i was talking to basically called me a liar and said he couldn't help me at all. I found a link on the RMA email to dispute this case. I went ahead and did so and told them everything i'm telling you here. It has been 48 hours and I still have no response from them yet. Although I have received another email from them saying how I have to pay before a specific date and that date has passed.... This makes me furious that a company that I trusted and loved would do this to a loyal customer. I can tell you for a fact that I will never buy another ASUS product again because they will not stand by their warranty. I would have gave this mobo 5 eggs but instead I gave this 1 egg because what good is a product and warranty if the company does not stand by it. Buyer beware when it comes to ASUS products and their warranty.

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  • Mark V.
  • 1/7/2015 6:36:45 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks fine, don't get scared off by reviews

Pros: - After 4 builds with these, they've all worked just fine
- Extra 2 SATA ports over other boards w/this chipset
- Auto fan controls work well

Cons: The one small thing I can knock against this board is the thick pad that's on the rear panel piece that attaches to the case. It can be a pain to get the board to line up properly, but still its barely a knock...

See notes below about Corsair liquid coolers with Corsair link issues if you want to use Corsair link.

Other Thoughts: After reading a LOT of reviews on a LOT of motherboards, I've realized that upwards of 50% of reviewers are typically negative because they got a bad board and those are the people that are more likely to write in. The bottom line is, thousands of these boards have been sold and are working just fine, whether from newegg or other sources! Some are bad; it happens.

This has become my standard board for a build I do for a niche business. My build consists of:

- i7-4930K run at stock clock speeds (this CPU still runs toasty!)
- H100i liquid cooler, which I connect to the two CPU fans on board
- 64GB of g.skill 1866 quad channel
- 2 x SSDs connected to the Intel SATA 3 ports (no RAID)
- 3 x HDDs connected to the Intel SATA 2 ports (RAID5)
- A 3rd party PCI-e RAID controller (LSI, IO Crest, etc) for extra SATA devices (hot swap bays, etc)
- Video card of the day

The 1st couple builds I used Corsair Vengeance 1866 memory and the board didn't like it at first. However, after utilizing the MEM OK button on the board, POOF, the board picked up all 64GB and after applying the XMP profile all was timed correctly. I'm now using G.Skill 1866 and the board picks it up right out of the gate.

The H100i (and H80i) issue I have with Corsair Link software is interesting. I have no problems on my ASRock Z77 build in my personal rig. On this board the Corsair link software will not see the pump or fans when there are any other USB connections in use on the board's internal USB 2.0 connectors. After taking to google this is a common issue across many mobos so I'm not blaming the board. If you want to use Corsair link then take this in to account. There's a reg hack for win8.1 that may fix this but I don't know as I'm running win7 pro x64. I connect the fans to the CPU fan headers and this board controls them well.

I didn't have to update the BIOS on any of these out of the factory. The first couple were built around July 2013.

I'm not overclocking on these but the BIOS has everything you could ever desire to do so. This board is designed for overclocking and cooling, AND they still put a 5yr warranty on it.

AI suite is "ok" but it monitors CPU temp by the on board CPU sensor which reads at least 10 degrees cooler than actual core temps. Its annoying. Most enthusiasts uninstall it to my knowledge.

If you want save a few bucks (upwards of $100) and have basically the same board (minus a powered eSATA port and additional 2 Marvel controlled SATA3's) I'd recommend the P9X79 LE.

I've just built on this board multiple times, its been rock solid, fits my needs and the warranty makes it right for me. Don't be scared off by the DOA & RMA reviewers. If it doesn't work when you get it, swap it with newegg and get a new one. Every single manufacturer out there will have bad boards hit people's doorsteps; it happens.

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  • Jason f.
  • 12/30/2014 11:39:31 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsAsus No Customer Support

Pros: Good board lots of features if it works

Cons: ASUS
and ASUS
This board is good two of my ram slots do not pick up ram ok I accept that the board has two bad slots so I try to set up an RMA online and asus website will not finish it. OK fine I accept that I try to call asus and now evertime I call I wait on hold for 10 to 20 min just to hear the phone act like it's being picked up and then it hangs up on me. Great job ASUS way to treat your long time customers right. I need and RMA and it's like pulling teeth to gete Asus to even attempt to give me one.

Other Thoughts: Get EVGA they have insanely great customer support always within the U.S. and no holding time if there is it's very small and the people talk to you like people not like a call center. Asus is losing a lot of customers and not because of thier products but only because of their customer service.

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  • Vincent A.
  • 12/23/2014 12:05:51 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsSabertooth X79 fisrt and last

Pros: disappointing,disappointing.

Cons: i worked so hard to save money for it i was so happy i had the intel i7 4930k ,it was my first experience with Asus and maybe the last one i have 2 another computer with Gigabytes work like a charme but i trust a friend about the Sabertooth x79 ,bad idea i have the G.SKILL Sniper Series 1866 (32GB),no matter what i do it just show up 1600 and stuck at 3.4 Ghz try to overclock 10 0000 times different way,overclock failed update bios ,read on the all forum on the planet nothing ,Turbo boost doesn't work stuck at 3.4Ghz and some weird RAM and CPU behavior i've tried to switch RAM i put another 32GB corsaire vengence ,same thing almost lost a contract cause of this this week try to give it a shot and try everything nothing if i leave everything to auto it's stay at 3.4GHZ ,i didn't spend that much money on a intel 4930k to get stuck at 3.4GHZ. if i knew it would be that bad i would send it back to newegg before 30 days ,now what? i have to take day of at work to call or chat to customer service ? i wish i could have time ..Gygabyte forever now

Other Thoughts: i work in musical composition and media i don't have time to call or chat onlyne with agent specialy for what i readed in thos review here,i understand anything can have a bug but since mars i bought it in Mars can't use it, i spended more time reading forum than use the computer now i have to spend money on another one and it's going to be Gigabyte for sure,disappointing .i will never buy anything from this company and will never recommand or talk about .

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  • Joseph M.
  • 12/2/2014 6:33:13 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsKeep bios up to date

Pros: Have had the board for 3 years now. Board is extremely stable; however, you must keep the bios updated or it starts to hang on wakeup.. and so on... although they say "if it aint broke don't fix it", you will be surprised what a new ASUS bios can do, especially with the DDR3 ram. Holds memory well. Extremely powerful and stable on overclocking with 3.2gHz can go to 3.8 NP. Use a watercooler on CPU.

Cons: They come out with new bios every couple months and while you can miss a few, it should be kept up to date. I guess its best than to let the board rot with outdated bios. Updating BIOS can sometimes be tricky, so get a knack for it. ASUS does their best to help, but you have to do the work. Bottom line take your time.. read how to do it twice... then again before attempting.

Other Thoughts: I don't have the V3 2011, but prob don't need it. The 24 Gig DDR3 with 3.2 6-core runs fine, especially with the max RAM (W7 uses only 24gig)

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  • Philip H.
  • 12/2/2014 1:17:30 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAllmost 3 yrs of 24/7 running and still great :)

Pros: Purchased this board for a new build in early 2012 and despite running almost 24/7 since that day (off for power outages and dust cleaning), I've had no issues. Even the original fans are still quiet.

Everything stays at nice temps and voltages are solid, even when I'm hard on the system. And the built in ESD protection is great, as static electricity can be an issue around here sometimes (we killed a mouse from it getting shocked through the fingers if you forgot to touch the case first on the previous build, made the USB header act funky after a few times too, but haven't had an issue on this board from accidental ESD)

Cons: There were one or two BIOS versions that had bugs, but they have all been caught and corrected in a timely manner and the current BIOS version is smooth & stable.

The ASUS Update software for the BIOS has never been able to contact or find the update servers on it's own....not so much of a con as it is a convenience. But if I get the BIOS updates on my own from the Asus website, the ASUS Update Software has never failed to install it (provided it was named correctly, as they switched to a CAP format a while back and up until recently I've always had to rename the BIOS file for it to install). I've also tried a couple times once to update the BIOS with the BIOS Flashback feature a while back and could never get it to work (only was doing it to test it out)....but haven't tried it recently since they fixed their file names.

Other Thoughts: On my last Abit board I probably went though a half a dozen North Bridge chip cooling fans before I retired it, so i was a little skeptical about buying another board with fans....but like I said in the pros section, I haven't had a fan issue yet.

Another thing I liked about my previous Abit board was there was a place in the BIOS that recorded how much total time the system has been up and running, # of times it shut down due to power outage, # of times reset button has been pushed, ect... And I kind of wish they could put that info into this one. It was nice to be able to confidently say "Yes, I have over 58,000 running hours on the Seagate Baracuda drives with no issues" when someone would ask for a hardware recommendation. (p.s.: while those drives aren't my primary drives anymore, I still have them running Raid0 in this build for extra storage as well....still going strong)

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  • Seth B.
  • 11/23/2014 4:19:22 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsWon't touch this - thanks Mark

Pros: I WAS an ASUS fanboy and have thrown literally thousands of dollars there way both personally and professionally. (I've worked in tech in education for nearly 20 years.)

Cons: but I will not purchase a product with drm or that has decided what kind of media I can or can't use. This is like net neutrality for hardware.

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