Released September, 2009
The Pros:Setup and installation is very straight forward, nothing special involved. Enough room set aside for high end video cards. Runs stable even when overclocked.
The Cons:No on-board video support of any kind, requires a third party video card. Intermittent problems with recognizing video cards for the first time, sometimes need a low-end card on hand to do a few initial settings before it will recognize.
The Asus M4A77TD is a low end motherboard. It is designed to house the components of a PC. It features Asus EPU technology, Asus Q-Fan technology, and Asus EZ Flash2 technology. The Asus EPU (Energy Processing Unit) allows for easier power management, and monitors power usage by the PC in real time.
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It automatically provides appropriate power usage by monitoring the PC, saving money and energy. The Asus Q-Fan technology adjusts the speed of the fan according to the system load. This helps ensure that the system stays not only cool, but quiet and efficient as well. The Asus EZ Flash2 technology allows a user to update the BIOS before launching into the operating system. This eliminates the need for a DOS based flash utility, making it far more easy for the user. When compared to another Asus motherboard, the M4A89TD PRO/USB3, the M4A77TD has several disadvantages, including the lack of several technologies (such as the heat pipe solution, or USB 3.0 ports).
- Asus EPU technology
- Asus Q-Fan technology
- Asus EZ Flash 2 technology
- AM3 Socket
- Compatible with AMD Phenom II/Athlon II/Sempron CPUs
- Four DIMM slots
- up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM
- PCIe 2.0 support
- High definition audio
- Gigabit LAN
User Reviews (1)
setup and installation is very straight forward, nothing special involved
enough room set aside for high end video cards
runs stable even when overclocked
instant internet feature boots up extremely quickly, great functionality
unlocks cores on CPUs to expand functionality
no on-board video support of any kind, requires a third party video card
intermittent problems with recognizing video cards for the first time, sometimes need a low-end card on hand to do a few initial settings before it will recognize
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