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Asus Z97-A ATX LGA1150 Motherboard

( 4.6 Average / 86 Ratings )




Part #


Form Factor


CPU Socket



Intel Z97

Memory Slots

4 x 240-pin DIMM

Memory Type

DDR3-1333 / 1600 / 1800 / 1866 / 2000 / 2133 / 2200 / 2400 / 2500 / 2600 / 2666 / 2800 / 2933 / 3000 / 3100 / 3200

Max Memory


RAID Support


Onboard Video

Depends on CPU

CrossFire Support


SLI Support


SATA 6 Gb/s


SATA Express


Onboard Ethernet

1 x 10/100/1000 Mbps

Onboard USB 3.0 Header(s)


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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


This board was only intended for the Optical out. Everything else on it was a bonus. The reason why I chose is only I support Asus and their products. So far im happy with this mobo....OH and I must say the BIOS is great for OC VERY user friendly!!!!

from completed build Meisterst├╝ck (Version 2.0)

Obviously I wanted either an H97 or a Z97. I knew I wanted to OC the CPU and get 1866 RAM sticks, so Z97 was probably the better choice of the two. I heard many good things about ASUS and their build quality, therefore I chose to go with them. This MOBO also supports SLI/Crossfire and that might be something important to me in the future.

from completed build First Build (aka Broseph Stalin)

Has pretty much everything I need on it. Didn't want to go with a cheap-o mobo, and wanted a full size one as well. No issues so far.

from completed build Ripley

It worked right off the bat. I appreciate having a power button so I could test bench my system. The BIOS is easy to use.

from completed build R5 Define asus

Best motherboard at its price range. Wish however the build quality and robustness was better.

I'll admit I always have the second thought that I've spent too much on this board and that it's overkill for my setup, but it's a really nice board with lots of features.

from completed build The Thing (aka "PCH")

Scouted around for good deal, managed to find a bundle with this mobo, i7-4790k and the WD 7200 Blue and figured why not. Also, I read that this is a decent board to get some over clocking on. Plus its got the Easy OC feature to allow me to auto overclock, and as i haven't OC'd before i thought it would be worth a shot. Only down side to the whole build was the ASUS mobo has a CPU_opt and cpu_fan header. The cpu_opt doesn't allow for control via bios. Doing some research people had mixed opinions on whether the CPU_Opt runs at same voltage as the cpu_fan. So i ended up taking the pump and placing it into a different chassis fan control and set it to max and direct current. I wanted to make sure the pump was @ full power at all times ad that the 2 fans on he Rad could be controlled based on heat.