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ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE/WD LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Mini ITX Intel Motherboard with USB BIOS

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  • Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155)
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LGA1155 Intel® 3rd/2nd Generation Core™ i7/Core™ i5/Core™ i3/Pentium®/Celeron® Processors Ready

This motherboard supports Intel® 3rd/2nd generation Core™ i7/i5/i3/Pentium®/Celeron® processors in the LGA1155 package, with iGPU, memory and PCI Express controllers integrated to support onboard graphics output with dedicated chipsets, 2-channel (2 DIMM) DDR3 memory and 16 PCI Express 3.0/2.0 lanes. This provides great graphics performance. Intel® 3rd/2nd generation Core™ i7/i5/i3/Pentium®/Celeron® processors are among the most powerful and energy efficient CPUs in the world.


Learn more about the ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE/WD

Model

Brand
ASUS
Model
P8Z77-I DELUXE/WD

Supported CPU

CPU Socket Type
LGA 1155
CPU Type
Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155)
Supported CPU Technologies
Turbo Boost Technology 2.0

Chipsets

Chipset
Intel Z77

Memory

Number of Memory Slots
2×240pin
Memory Standard
DDR3 2400(O.C.)/2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1866(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600/1333
Maximum Memory Supported
16GB
Channel Supported
Dual Channel

Expansion Slots

PCI Express 3.0 x16
1

Storage Devices

SATA 3Gb/s
2
SATA 6Gb/s
2 x SATA 6Gb/s
SATA RAID
0/1/5/10

Onboard Video

Onboard Video Chipset
Supported only by CPU with integrated graphic

Onboard Audio

Audio Chipset
Realtek ALC898
Audio Channels
8 Channels

Onboard LAN

LAN Chipset
Intel 82579V
Max LAN Speed
10/100/1000Mbps
Wireless LAN
WiFi IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
Bluetooth
Bluetooth V4.0
Bluetooth V3.0+HS

Rear Panel Ports

Video Ports
DVI
HDMI
1 x HDMI
DisplayPort
1 x DisplayPort
USB 3.0
4 x USB 3.0
USB 1.1/2.0
4 x USB 2.0
eSATA
2 x eSATA 3Gb/s
S/PDIF Out
1 x Optical
Audio Ports
6 Ports

Internal I/O Connectors

Onboard USB
2 x USB 3.0 + 4 x USB 2.0
Other Connectors
1 x CPU Fan connector(s) (4 -pin)
1 x Chassis Fan connector(s) (4 -pin)
1 x S/PDIF out header(s)
1 x 24-pin EATX Power connector(s)
1 x 8-pin ATX 12V Power connector(s)
1 x Front panel audio connector(s) (AAFP)
1 x Internal speaker connector(s)
1 x System panel(s)
1 x Chassis Intrusion connector(s)
1 x MemOK! button(s)
1 x TPU switch(es)
1 x Clear CMOS jumper(s)

Physical Spec

Form Factor
Mini ITX
Dimensions
6.7" x 6.7"
Power Pin
24 Pin

Features

Features
Dual Intelligent Processors 2 with DIGI+ VRM

WiDi - PC to TV with Intel Wireless Display (WiDi)

USB 3.0 Boost - Faster USB 3.0 Transmission with UASP(170%)

USB BIOS Flashback - Easy, Worry-free USB BIOS Flashback

Windows 8 Ready - Assured Compatibility

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


Customer Reviews of the ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE/WD

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  • Sean Z.
  • 7/1/2013 7:15:18 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsWIFI WILL NOT WORK

Pros: I have spent/lost.wasted hours troubleshooting this wireless internet issue.

I called Asus support from work the first time and after 40 minutes on hold I was directed to download the drivers I had tried many times and then was told I would have to pay for non-refundable return shipping and finally was not able to completely create a support case because I did not have my serial number - I even offered to email it to the kid later--no go. Anyways, I call back later that night to try again, wait another 45 minutes, and then I WAS HUNG UP ON BY ASUS CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPPORT before communicating with anyone. I am salty and stuck witrh $1200 brick until I dissemble it, only to have to put it back together again.



The most annoying part is that the original OS installed was Ubuntu--which at the very first worked great until the internet stopped working and would not stay connected for more than a minute. So after a lot of troubleshooting and research I figured it was Ubuntu that was causing the issue. SO I spent 85 dollars on Windows 7 because Windows 8 sucked at the time. Now I have a perfectly working PC without internet connection (setup in basement and router is upstairs) and also a BRICK that I haven't used. NOW all my components are a few months old and I have yet to use them as intended. Weird part is no networks were ever found with Win7, but I was actually able to load a few webpages with Ubuntu

Cons: Wireless Internet faulty on mine

Other Thoughts: Asus has not been pleasant to work with so far

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Sorry to hear that you are having issues with your wifi on this board.

If you have already exhausted all options and tried updating drivers, uninstalling old drivers and installing new drivers, updating the bios, and connecting the antennas and still no wifi, then you will have to send the unit in for service.

One way to test to see if the wifi of the board is bad is to get an external wifi adapter to see if you are able to get wifi, if so then you have to send the board in for service.

If you have any questions or comments you can email me at cl-jeffrey@asus.com


ASUS strives to meet and exceeds our customer expectations within our warranty policy.

Regards,

Jeffrey

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  • HBill S.
  • 5/29/2013 3:07:50 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsVirtu MVP Video Rendering

Pros: Virtu MVP does what it says in that both the discreet graphics (GTX680) and the i3770k HD4000 can both be available. Tested using Pinnacle Studio 16 and the mfg sample video file. HD4000 renders in 28 seconds, GTX680 renders in 42 seconds. Video is 3 minutes.

Cons: Virtu MVP is difficult to setup properly and requires that you install Windows first without the discreet card installed. You must install the Asus Intel graphic drivers without the GTX installed. Then install the GTX and the Nvidia drivers.

Other Thoughts: Subject: Test effectiveness of Logix Virtu MVP with Pinnacle Studio 16

Test PC: Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe/WD (Bios Feb.2013), 16gb 2133ram, i3770k @ 4.2ghz HD4000, Samsung 840 Pro 500gb SSD, Nvidia GTX580 2gb GDDR5.

Process:
1. Delete previous Studio16 Project Scratch files,
2. Setup Virtu,
3. Start Studio16,
4. Load Sample Project,
5. Delete Render Files
6. Start Stopwatch
7. Start Create Burn Image
8. Stop Stopwatch and note time
9. Repeat from step 1

Scenario 1: Within the VirtuMVP control panel I created an entry “Studio 16” that pointed to NGSTUDIO.EXE, selected “I” for the internal Intel HD4000 rendering. Ran the sample project render and the time was close to 28 seconds.

Scenario 2: Same as 1, except selected “D” for the Discreet graphics card (Nvidia GTX680). Ran the sample project render and the time was close to 42 seconds.

Scenario 3: Within the VirtuMVP control panel, I deleted the Studio16 entries but left Virtu active. Ran the sample project render and the time was close to 28 seconds. Based on watching the heat and fan monitors, I could tell that even without a specific Studio entry, Virtu was sending the render work to the Intel HD4000, not the discrete graphics card.

Scenario 4: Same as 1 with “I” selected for the App “NGSTUDIO.EXE” but for this one I also created an App listing in Virtu for “BG render.exe”. Watching task master I had noted that when the render began, Studio passed control to BGrender (BackGroundRender). I thought this might show more effect. For BGRender I selected “I” for internal Intel HD4000. I killed the job when it went over 4 minutes! Same results when I pointed BGrender to “D” for discreet.

Summary: I didn’t bother to pull the GTX680 and try a run without Virtu but I’m fairly convinced it would be very close to the same 28 seconds Virtu provided (perhaps even a second or two faster). But, since I was using a manual stopwatch, my margin of press-the-button delay would mask any improvement.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for doing this test and providing your results on the review so other Asus customers can learn how to install Virtu MVP if they would like to utilize this function in the near future.

ASUS strives to meet and exceeds our customer expectations within our warranty policy.

Regards,

Jeffrey

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  • HBill S.
  • 5/18/2013 3:48:21 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWiDi works but...

Pros: Very stable and easy to setup

Cons: ..easy except for WiDi and Virtu. Finally got both to work. MOST CRITICAL is you must NOT install your discreet graphics card until after you install Windows. Install the Intel Graphics driver, the Intel Wireless driver, then the Intel WiDi driver. If you use the Asus files youll also be installing the MediaSDK. Test Widi to a widi tv or tv that has an adapter. You probably wont like the resolution, but it does work. After your done with WiDi, then shutdown and install the Graphics card. Leave the monitor on the MB dvi for now. Restart and install the Nvidia or AMD drivers. Then install Virtu. Reboot and wait a long time while Windows figures it out. When your back up in Windows you can move the dvi to the graphic card Do it while live. Start Nvidia control panel and it will see you moved the monitor. Thats most of it.

Other Thoughts: Windows 8 nontouch is really ok. Just remember winkey-D and Winkey-X

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  • HBill S.
  • 5/6/2013 6:10:21 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWhere's the WiDi

Pros: Overclocks on auto like a charm
Plenty of youtubes to help if you need
Fits perfect in the Lian Q08

Cons: The WD is for WiDi but this board has no drivers or software for WiDi. If you get the WiDi Win8 latest off of Intel's site, the install aborts with the message that the PC is not supported. This is bummer. That's why I went for the WD version. I have WiDi on my laptop and it's cool.

Other Thoughts: I like everything about this build, now if ASUS can help me get the WiDi working, I'll come back and update.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Here is a link below that tells you the system requirements to have WiDi. Just click on the 3rd FAQ regarding WiDi.

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P8Z77I_DELUXEWD/#support

If you have any questions or comments you can email me again at cl-jeffrey@asus.com which I reside in the U.S

ASUS strives to meet and exceeds our customer expectations within our warranty policy.

Regards,

Jeffrey

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  • James B.
  • 5/2/2013 6:02:28 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice place to start a build

Pros: Full featured ITX board
Solid BIOS

Cons: ?? in a small box so you cant see it, but for other builds, color scheme....

Other Thoughts: An Update:

The Noctua fit like a glove. Ultimately the system went together quite well, easier than i had hoped after seeing the Q03 case. I debated over springing for an SFX PSU but read elsewhere that having an oversized, high quality PSU in the Q03 box was a good idea; this is due to the PSU providing the main chassis fan for the case. So with an oversized PSU, it never works anywhere close to its capacity and therefore the PSU's heat v/s its fans cooling capacity leaves the PSU quite cool with its fan barely spinning up. Between the Anatec PSU and the Noctua PSU cooler the system is all but dead silent from 3' away and my temps at idle range from 38-42 C; under HTPC loads the temps bump up to 40-45 C with no additional noticeable fan noise, though i do note that speed must increase per the increase in moving air. Running Prime95 just as a safety test, temps ranged from 42-48 with the occasional spike over 50C, up to 54C, but these spikes are short lived; as these spikes did occur the fans spun up to audible for the first time since powering the system up and the temps quickly dropped back to the ~45C range with the fans dropping dropping back to near silent almost simultaneously. Following the 120 minute run of Prime95 the box was cool and silent after 3 or 4 minutes.

Final Build Specs:

-Lian Li Q03-B
-i3 3225
-xfx 6670
-Samsung 840 SSD - 120GB
-WD 2.5" HDD - 750GB
-unknown slim optical/BluRay drive
-Anatec 650w 80+ Gold PSU
-Asus p8z77-I deluxe/WD
-8GB Memory

Lessons learned for the Q03 box:

-I like the oversized, high quality PSU - allows the PSU to double as a chassis fan why remaining practically dead silent during all use other than stress testing

-the Noctua is definitely not a replacement for the radiator on your race car, but on an ITX build in a pretty small box with an SSD, 2.5" HDD, slim optical blu-ray, 6670 graphics card and an efficient PSU overkill doubling as a chassis fan, the Noctua is perfect.

-keep lots of little SATA cables around during this build - every inch of cable you dont use is better cooling in your case and i imagine that if you picked up this board space and cooling are likely to be the two items atop the priorities.

Final Thoughts:

If i hadn't stumbled into most of the parts at no cost to me, i would have built my HTPC a bit more basic; having said that, this is a sweet machine. As a long time Gigabyte builder, i have no regrets with the Asus MB. it is apparently well built, has yielded a very stable system and allowed me to have a powerhouse full of features in a case smaller than my shoe boxes.... Just wish Asus would head comments on color scheme - i could never use their color schemes building a gamer or enthusiast rig for a client, say in a HAF-XB - i would get laughed at! Quite a shame as i really like the Asus BIOS.........

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  • Nelson C.
  • 5/1/2013 2:47:59 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsvery happy

Pros: -bios updates are refreshing - download the latest bios onto a usb and update from uefi, no os needed.
-this is my 3rd asus board in the last 8 months and i can't believe asus is pulling me away from my favorite hackintoshable gigabyte.
-at first i was worried about the daughter board being too high to fit in an itx m350 case, but it works out very well and doesn't even move close to touching the case.

Cons: -there is a 2nd auto bios update method, but you must first install an os then install the program so when you push the bios update button located on the back panel it will bypass the bios and os; it will just download the latest bios and install. this method for me is a little scary and feels more tedious/dangerous because the only indicator of a completed update is a blinking light (so says the manual).
-there was a sticker on the box saying it is windows 8 ready... sadly the fine print says "bios update required"
-asus driver cd install program will not run under windows 8, but can be manually installed

Other Thoughts: I bought this motherboard wanting to build the smallest mobile powerhouse computer i could. I put this mobo into an itx m350 case wanting to get a 160W pico psu which does 200W peek power. I tested this with win 8, average usage (internet, documents, blah) drew a satisfying 65W with an ivy i7k all mobo features enabled including power saving functions. Fired up prime95 and furmark to max out the i7 and hd4000; got 186W. For this power test i used a 400W non 80plus psu so I could find out what my worst case scenario would be. So... with overclocking i would kill the picopsu... therefore i'm going to mod a platimax.

My setup atm runs really hot, only because the only fan i'm using is the stock cpu cooler which fits flush with the top of the case. (yes more fans will be ordered)

i am very happy with this board

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  • Steven S.
  • 4/10/2013 3:00:06 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsASUS does it again

Pros: Was easy to set up and as usual for me ASUS doesn't disappoint. My 1st Intel build in 6-7 years and the biggest reason is more to the fact that my AUSU boards don't give up as much as the AMD platform was so great, in which I have no complaints either. Anyway, this thing is so easy to overclock and stable that I almost don't care that I went with the 3570K over the 3770K but there is a 3970X in my near future and every $100 counts as well as the new ASUS X79 to go with that one also.

Cons: None at all!

Other Thoughts: Tried the Extreme Auto-O/C setting on this board and went to 4.9 before she blue screened and dropped back to 4.8 and was stable for the most part but I dropped her down to 4.7 and left her there and am lovin' every minute with this build.
The Little Maniac:
BitFenix Prodigy
ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE/WD
Intel Core i5-3570K
Corsair H70
GeIL EVO Veloce DDR3 1866 16GB (2 x 8GB)
Crucial M4 SATA III (64Gbx2) Raid 0
Seagate 1TB
Corsair 750w Bronze

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  • Brandon C.
  • 3/25/2013 9:22:15 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat board

Pros: The board all in all is awesome. It is a well put together compact solution for an HTPC that offers reliable performance and great features.

Cons: None really. I could have used one more case fan port but I just split it at the cable.

Other Thoughts: Buy one you wont regret it.

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  • Wells C.
  • 3/20/2013 6:19:15 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Motherboard

Pros: *Excellent overclocker, I got my i5-3570k up to 4.8ghz, could have gone further with a better CPU cooler, overclocking seems to be a big downfall in the ITX sector but this overclocks like a dream
*Wifi has a really good range, when its close the 5ghz band can easily reach ethernet speeds for the internet, not necessarily for file transfers. Made by Intel
*CPU is located in the proper place so you don't have to turn heat sinks 90 degrees to make them fit
*Supports 6 USB 3.0 ports, 4 on the rear IO, one internal header for an addition 2
*More internal USB 2.0 headers than you'll probably ever need, but they are there
*Good quality Intel NIC
*Good UEFI BIOS layout, took a little bit of getting used to, but after that I could get some really good overclocks out of it
*eSATA, didnt really know this was a plus until I started using it but its a heck of a lot better for file transfers than USB 3.0
*Wifi antennas are magnetic and can easily stick to anywhere on my case, though I wish they were black
*Bluetooth 4.0, never used it but I am glad its there because bluetooth 4.0 devices take up a very small fraction of power compared to their predecessors
*Large range of display out options including HDMI, DVI, WiDi and display port though I use none of these as I have a GTX 670
*Supports WiDi out of the box via the Intel wireless card
*Comes with additional longer screws for the daughter board
*Wireless card can be configured to be used as an access point if you are plugged into ethernet
*On/off charging
*Audio levels and clarity are perfectly acceptable for me
*Included Asus Q-cable can be a life saver in an M-ITX case but I personally didn't use it because the cables in my case were black sleeved

Cons: *Awful color scheme, seriously Asus, make something that's black or black and red, blue doesn't go with anything but MSI products
*Wish it had more SATA 6gbps ports
*Needs 1 or 2 more PWM fan headers
*Personal gripe but I wish it had 1 PS/2 port
*Doesn't have an MSATA port like the M-ITX Asrock board but I can get over that pretty easily since I already have an SSD
*Hard to get to the SATA ports when everything is installed, thats more of con for ITX boards in general though
*For some odd reason I cannot use my Logitech k400 wireless keyboard on it

All of these cons are more personal preferences than cons

Other Thoughts: All in all I am very happy with this motherboard and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to build a performance M-ITX gaming rig, if you want an HTPC or file server you might as well just go with an h77, b75 or h61 board, leave z77 for enthusiast or performance builds. Running flawlessly for 4 months now. I run my i5-3570k at 4.6ghz but I did get it up to 4.8, with better cooling I can probably go past 5ghz! When overclocking this board past about 4.5ghz make sure to set load line calibration to get higher overclocks out it as its a must or it probably wont boot. I am a bit of an Asus fan boy and have over 10 products made by them all of which work as they should or better. I use Windows 7 Ultimate. Bought this over the non WiDi for the better quality wireless card and potentially for WiDi in the future, though Ill probably just run a long HDMI cord through the wall instead

System specs:
*i5-3570k
*Fractal Node 304 case
*8gb G.Skill Snipper 2133mhz RAM
*Asus GTX 670 DirectCUII
*2tb WD Caviar Black Mechanical HDD
*120gb Sandisk Extreme SSD
*Antec Kuhler 620
*Corsair SP120 Performance Edition Fans
*Raidmax 80+ Bronze 500w PSU

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  • Rusty B.
  • 3/4/2013 4:41:26 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsVery stable.

Pros: Im so used to working with full ATX motherboards that I had to just sit back and stare at how small it was. And why the hell don't mobo manufactures put those minipci-e slots on them anyway...

Cons: I think it has been mentioned but that daughter board can and probably will get in the way while your assembling your mini-itx case with other components.

Had to do a little bending of my Corsair H50 cooler pipes to get it to work but both survived and work great.

Other Thoughts: At the time the Deluxe version of this mobo was out of stock so I just went with this one. The only difference is the /WD or the WiDi - PC to TV with Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) and you pay the extra $15-$20 for that ( i had email coupon and discount from newegg so yea)

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