Nice, Stable board for corporate systems
Pros: Looking for rock solid replacement boards for Intels diminishing line, this fits the bill. USB 3.0 header for cases that support it, as well as some legacy card slots sometimes needed for specific hardware. Includes parallel port and serial headers on board.
Cons: Always update the BIOS in these boards before deploying in a corporate environment.
Other Thoughts: Please educate yourself before posting reviews, as stated it's CPU dependant video.
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Pros: Intel 1155 Motherboards don't usually have integrated graphics (there is an ITX board with gt430). On 1155 the GPU is in the CPU, not in the motherboard chipset. The boards have the ports and wiring available, but lets say I drop in a 3350p well then there is no graphics available out of those ports. You would be required to put in a graphics card.
Cons: Asus loves making enthusiast boards, how about some just working boards like ASRock likes to do. SO many bios updates to make ASUS boards stable.
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Please update this listing
Pros: I do not own this motherboard. I was in the process of reviewing this item and was considering my choice of video add-in cards .....when I realized the listing was incorrect. This board has Integrated graphics. LOL!
Other Thoughts: Updated video specification:
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