Asus F1A75-V Pro Layout and Design

Published by Christian Ney on 12.07.11
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Conclusion

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At a first glance ASUS leaves a good impression with its F1A75-V Pro. Especially the digital power design as well as the space between the PCI-Express x16 slots are major plus points. Furthermore we very much like the color design and to us it's very appealing.   - Design
- Layout
- Digital-PWM
 
       
Layout   + -

Generally the F1A75-V Pro's layout is well thought. Once more very practical are the angled SATA connectors. Furthermore the placement of the PCI-Express x16 slots is well thought too and therefore nothing needs to be criticized at this point as there is space between them and the last one isn't close to the motherboard bottom's edge. You will also find an entire set of video outputs consisting of no less than four video connectors. What was also very practical is, that it uses the same CPU mounting kit as AMD AM2/3's motherboards, which means the socket is compatible to older coolers. And of course, the possibility of adding up to six USB3.0 devices is also very practical. The only inconvenient concerns the memory slots which are quite close to the socket and it can cause incompatibilities with big heatspreaders and huge CPU coolers.

  - Angled SATA connectors - Connectors a the bottom edge accessible in any case - All Video output - Removable BIOS chip - Same mounting kit as AM2/AM3 Boards
 
- Memory slots quite close to the socket
       


Page 1 - Introduction Page 4 - Connectors and I/O
Page 2 - Specifications / Delivery Page 5 - Conclusion
Page 3 - Layout  


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Author :Christian Ney, c.ney@ocaholic.ch Copy edited and translated : Christian Ney, c.ney@ocaholic.ch & Marc Buechel, m.buechel@ocaholic.ch




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