Asus VANGUARD B85 S1150 Intel B85 DDR3 mATX

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Get TUF core reliability and cooling tech on Intel®B85 mATX motherboard

  • LGA1150 Socket for 4th Generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3, Pentium®/Celeron® Processors
  • TUF Thermal Radar Core - Complete System Cooling, Customized Fan Tuning
  • TUF Components [10K Ti-Caps, Alloy Chokes & MOSFETs; Certified by Military-standard] - Certified for Tough Duty
  • Server-grade Reliability Test - Promised Reliability with Strict Testing
  • DIGI+ VRM - Herald the Arrival of a New Digital Power Design Era
  • ESD Guards - Ultra-protection Against Electrostatic Discharge

TUF /t?f/, stands for The Ultimate Force. The TUF series delivers a "tough" image. With the unique design & high quality components (military-standard), TUF series is born for pursuing the preeminent stability, all-round compatibility, and extreme durability

Thermal Radar Core: Complete system cooling, customized fan tuning

ASUS TUF Thermal Radar Core enables complete system cooling management - quickly, easily and safely. Customizable controls allow you to adjust fan speeds, allowing the temperature to be tuned with just a single click. And talking of single-click simplicity, live update ensures that your Thermal Radar Core is never out of date - just click the button to check for updates.



Product Description
ASUS VANGUARD B85 - motherboard - micro ATX - LGA1150 Socket - B85

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5* Nice budget board, jack of all trades.
Reviewed by Anonymous on 11/04/2014
Bought for a small business upgrading hardware, therefore the 5 year warranty looked attractive. Drop an i3-4130 in with 2 x 4gb 1600mhz ddr3, an SSD primary drive and the rather arbitrary WEI score has 6.6 at the lowest (on aero gfx card used this is the i3 scoring that). Covers all the bases on video output, although the 4K ready bit will need intel's 4600 onboard or separate gfx card to do it justice. It doesn't overclock, but that's not an issue for rock solid business with a bit of gaming...or indeed a bit of home entertainment. Now built 5 of these, using corsair 430w (or 500w) psu and antec sonata proto case (which has usb3 ports, not usb 2) No RAID at this price,1 PC has a front bay with a removable hdd, all share to that for backup Word of advice, a couple of the SATA ports are horizontal, so attach the cables for these and then mount the mobo in the case. Quicklinx: 7N58Q20 RAM Quicklinx: 76C8Q200 case Quicklinx: 8BV9Q20 PSU Quicklinx: 8XTLQ200 i3-4130
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