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Old 06-03-2013, 10:21 PM   #1
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Asus Sabertooth Z87

Well, here's the official page:
ASUS - SABERTOOTH Z87

And an intro video by JJ at Asus:

I like the back plate.
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Re: Asus Sabertooth Z87

Very nice board Peter. I like the optional reset header where you can have your front case reset button boot you straight into UEFI, ingenious. Especially since I don't use the reset button anymore. The fact that the two Armor fans can be controlled in UEFI or ASUS Suite is a good thing in case they are loud. I think they mention ASUS Suite III, I wonder if that is the same suite Skully is using. If so that would be a plus. I also like all the connector caps and the back plate. If I were to go with ASUS I would probably put this board at the top of my list. I still am on the fence about the to 40mm fans and what good they are. For them to be even somewhat useful they would have to be running pretty fast (loud) and then there is the failure possibility down the road.
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Old 06-05-2013, 09:15 PM   #3
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Very nice board Peter. I like the optional reset header where you can have your front case reset button boot you straight into UEFI, ingenious. Especially since I don't use the reset button anymore. The fact that the two Armor fans can be controlled in UEFI or ASUS Suite is a good thing in case they are loud. I think they mention ASUS Suite III, I wonder if that is the same suite Skully is using. If so that would be a plus. I also like all the connector caps and the back plate. If I were to go with ASUS I would probably put this board at the top of my list. I still am on the fence about the to 40mm fans and what good they are. For them to be even somewhat useful they would have to be running pretty fast (loud) and then there is the failure possibility down the road.
All good points Sandog. As you are, I am waiting to hear what the verdict is with the chipset bug and regardless, will likely wait for a rev 2 board. Your Intel board is tempting me, but this one is still at the top of my list. If I end up with this one, I may not use the silly little fans.
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:18 PM   #4
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All good points Sandog. As you are, I am waiting to hear what the verdict is with the chipset bug and regardless, will likely wait for a rev 2 board. Your Intel board is tempting me, but this one is still at the top of my list. If I end up with this one, I will may not use the silly little fans.
I might change over to this one, I have to think about it. A plus would be if it runs the new ASUS AI Suite Skully is using. I think it will because he in not using the ROG Suite. I could easily check into it later. I also like the longevity feature of the board because this is going to be my last rodeo.
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Old 06-06-2013, 05:15 PM   #5
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I might change over to this one, I have to think about it. A plus would be if it runs the new ASUS AI Suite Skully is using. I think it will because he in not using the ROG Suite. I could easily check into it later. I also like the longevity feature of the board because this is going to be my last rodeo.
It will run the Asus AI suite and it has the thermal radar feature for temp monitoring at various locations on the board. It is the quality of the components and build that attracts me to this board. Everything about it is done with the objective of stability and longevity. Demonstrated by the level of confidence they have in it by offering a 5 year warranty. I like that.
Even if this is not my last PC build, I will undoubtedly have it for a long time. I always do. My current build is P45 chipset with a Q9550 CPU.
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Old 06-06-2013, 06:15 PM   #6
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Re: Asus Sabertooth Z87

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It will run the Asus AI suite and it has the thermal radar feature for temp monitoring at various locations on the board. It is the quality of the components and build that attracts me to this board. Everything about it is done with the objective of stability and longevity. Demonstrated by the level of confidence they have in it by offering a 5 year warranty. I like that.
Even if this is not my last PC build, I will undoubtedly have it for a long time. I always do. My current build is P45 chipset with a Q9550 CPU.
Hey Pete, your P45 chipset with a Q9550 mobo or cpu I may sold
you back when. I did think long and hard on the Asus Sabertooth Z87.
But I don't keep mobos long as ya know. And the Black & Gold of
the Z87-Deluxe interested me, also it was feature rich. Features I'm
just starting to enjoy...
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Hey Pete, your P45 chipset with a Q9550 mobo or cpu I may sold
you back when. I did think long and hard on the Asus Sabertooth Z87.
But I don't keep mobos long as ya know. And the Black & Gold of
the Z87-Deluxe interested me, also it was feature rich. Features I'm
just starting to enjoy...
Hey Skully. The MB and CPU I am using are ones that I bought new after I bought the ones from you. I built a rig for my brother with the MB and CPU (E6600) I bought from you and that rig was lost in hurricane Sandy. Under water.
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Hey Skully. The MB and CPU I am using are ones that I bought new after I bought the ones from you. I built a rig for my brother with the MB and CPU (E6600) I bought from you and that rig was lost in hurricane Sandy. Under water.
Ah so, I couldn't remember the mobo and cpu, yep that was a spell
backwards in time...
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Hey all,

I might be ordering this mobo this weekend.

I quickly read a review on this mobo with an i7-4770K last night. It does use ASUS AI Suite III with the popular 4-way optimization feature and Skully seems to be having fun with this. I will definitely play with this tuner but I also read that using the Performance profile in BIOS puts the 4770K at 3GHz. This is the setting I will most likely live with. There are a few questions with this board like the height of the rear bracket over the I/O ports interfering with air from the CPU/Case fans, the 35mm fans, and the spacing of the PCI slots. That is all I can think of and the rest is just great. I can see this board running well for a long time with all the thermal stuff on it not just because of the tuff components. The fact that all the connectors have caps and everything is covered and heat sunk well will help it to last longer. It is a good looking board and with the flat surfaces it looks like air would flow across it very well. The back plate also doesn't allow the board to ever flex or bend keeping traces regular.
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Hey all,

I might be ordering this mobo this weekend.

I quickly read a review on this mobo with an i7-4770K last night. It does use ASUS AI Suite III with the popular 4-way optimization feature and Skully seems to be having fun with this. I will definitely play with this tuner but I also read that using the Performance profile in BIOS puts the 4770K at 3GHz. This is the setting I will most likely live with. There are a few questions with this board like the height of the rear bracket over the I/O ports interfering with air from the CPU/Case fans, the 35mm fans, and the spacing of the PCI slots. That is all I can think of and the rest is just great. I can see this board running well for a long time with all the thermal stuff on it not just because of the tuff components. The fact that all the connectors have caps and everything is covered and heat sunk well will help it to last longer. It is a good looking board and with the flat surfaces it looks like air would flow across it very well. The back plate also doesn't allow the board to ever flex or bend keeping traces regular.
Thats good news... Yes sir you'll enjoy the ASUS AI Suite III with the popular 4-way optimization...
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Thats good news... Yes sir you'll enjoy the ASUS AI Suite III with the popular 4-way optimization...
I don't thing the ST has 4-way optimization. I copied below from the Deluxe mobo.

ASUS Dual Intelligent Processors 4 with 4-Way Optimization :
- The tuning key perfectly consolidates ASUS-exclusive DIGI+ Power Control, TPU, EPU, and Fan Xpert 2 optimize the digital power setting, system performance, power saving and whole system cooling configuration

It does use AI Suite III so it should have the auto over-clocking ability. These are different right? 4-way optimization does not appear to deal with the auto over-clocking in AI Suite.

Also, the ST only supports up to 1866MHz memory speeds. Probably due to it's stable design philosophy. I dodged a bullet on that one.

Also, there is going to be a TUF/CPU-Z available.
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Hey PeterT,

I don't know if you have checked out the ASUS STZ87 website closely.

Under 'Overview' you can scroll down and in each topic there are several links above the pictures. You should check out some of the interesting details.
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Re: Asus Sabertooth Z87

Quite a board. Just got finished with the movie. With the silent/enclosed case we have, this may be a winner. Even if my Intel Liquid will not mount correctly because of the design of the board - stock air cooling will be sufficient. Don't plan on OC anyway.

5-yr warranty is icing on the cake.

Don't know how I missed this one?
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In looking at the asst fans. Am I to conclude that the rear fan blowing outward, and inner fan blowing inward would be the best?
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Quite a board. Just got finished with the movie. With the silent/enclosed case we have, this may be a winner. Even if my Intel Liquid will not mount correctly because of the design of the board - stock air cooling will be sufficient. Don't plan on OC anyway.

5-yr warranty is icing on the cake.

Don't know how I missed this one?
The CPU HSF clearance meets specs and you would have no problem mounting your Intel water block.

Here are some really good pictures from different angles.

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages..._review,2.html

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages..._review,3.html

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages..._review,4.html

I am using a 140mm fan in the rear and worry that it will interfere with the bracket on top of the rear I/O ports.
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