Asus P8Z77-V LX2 Motherboard Review

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Asus’ original P8Z77-V LX was, and still is, a solid entry-level Z77 motherboard. Can the P8Z77-V LX2 motherboard’s subtle design changes and reduced price prove that it is ready to compete in the tough sub-£80 Z77 motherboard market?

In any entry-level market, a few pounds can be the difference between one product being purchased and the other staying on the shelf. Asus’ original P8Z77-V LX was a strong competitor in the entry-level Z77 market, but its feature set forced retailers to price it a few pounds higher than alternative boards from the likes of MSI and Gigabyte.

Not content on giving up in a valuable and fiercely-contested market segment, Asus has made some slight refinements and upgrades to the LX and marketed it as the P8Z77-V LX2. Can the most notable change – sub-£80 availability - prove that Asus has an entry-level Z77 motherboard that can compete with models from the likes of MSI and Gigabyte?

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Features:

  • DIGI+ VRM Digital Power Design
  • USB 3.0 Boost – Lightning Fast Transfer Speeds!
  • Network iControl – Real-time Network Bandwidth Control
  • GPU Boost – Instant iGPU Level Up!
  • ASUS EPU – Energy Efficiency All Around
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  • Eran

    good deal but I like the gigabyte UD3, same price, sliglthy better looking IMO

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  • John

    These are great boards for a cheap, powerful system, but I wonder about the reliability due to the power design on the PCB

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  • tresK(A)

    Great & cheap mobo… Im a lucky owner :)

    Theres a bad information on page 3 in Motherboard slots and connectors:

    1 x 8-pin ATX 12V Power connector(s) – on mobo is only a 4-pin connector…

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