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This motherboard has everything you need on board, and is an impressive performer even when compared to more heavyweight offerings. It has plenty of overclocking potential and is nicely priced when you consider what you're getting here.
Don't expect anything great on the build quality front, in fact this Asus board looks rather cheap (and feels it, too). It's also not particularly well featured, but you do have to consider the price point it's pitched at.
Asus has produced some impressive performance levels for the asking price, and a wallet-friendly motherboard capable of some decent overclocks is definitely a welcome addition to the market.
Technology and cars. Increasingly the twain shall meet. Which is handy, because Jeremy (Twitter) is addicted to both. Long-time tech journalist, former editor of iCar magazine and incumbent car guru for T3 magazine, Jeremy reckons in-car technology is about to go thermonuclear. No, not exploding cars. That would be silly. And dangerous. But rather an explosive period of unprecedented innovation. Enjoy the ride.
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