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mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma
mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma
mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma
mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma
mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma
mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma
mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma

mature wife ASUS Prime Z690-P D4 LGA 1700 (Intel 12th Gen) ATX Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR4,14+1 Power Levels, 3X M.2,2.5Gb LAN,V-M.2 e-Key, Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB Type -C, Thunderbolt 4 support, Aru Sync) to grandma

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Buyer's experience:
      1: I've used this motherboard for over a month now. The gpu I had connected to it died. still don't know why. For the price, This motherboard is amazing! Ive had no problems with it. Now, I'm just not a fan of how it looks in my pc case. I've wanted to get a new one to match it, but it's past the return window. This isn't a big problem though, it functions phenominally, and I'm happy.
      2: Asus Prime Z690p-D4Paired with 12600k and 3600mhz ram approved on the QVL. Also a 3080.Initial problems: crash to desktop during gaming, blue screen during normal browsing, trouble booting. Overall very unstable.How I fixed it: plugged in 4 pin cpu connector, updated to most recent bios (default version was from November 2021), performed CLEAN install of a legit windows 10 on a new m.2 drive. Let windows update all redistributables. Removed RAM not approved on QVL (although I am going to test and see if it works now).I did all those fixes at once, so I'm not sure which were 100% necessary or not. But I now have a completely stable system running at 5ghz and ram at 3600mhz. Even my heavily modded Skyrim is stable, which is saying something.Chances are if you're buying one of these boards, you know the issues they've had especially at launch. It's unlikely you'll be able to plug and play without problems, so be ready to research, troubleshoot, etc. But after only a day I figured it all out and am very happy with the setup.Only knocked one star because it was a slight hassle to get it stable.
      3: So far so good
      4: Bought to see the finally new Intel design chip and its fast. Though I wanted to get ddr5, its well just not worth-it. Like ALL boards I buy, I almost always buy ASUS, the quality and reliability is tops, in my book.Only bought as upgrade, as other system is just well old. sandy lake system, it was time. debating which system will be the flight sim 2020 system, if graphic cards ever come back down to MSRP levels.Well design board and had good clearance for Noctua cooler (15s), which I decided, I wanted to go water cooler, a few week later and lucky I picked this board, as the fancier ASUS ones have clearance issued with Arctic Liquid freezer II 420 A-RBG coolers.So far no issues. very happy with it, worked with older geforce 1070 GPU. as I am not buying a new card at these prices, no cons really. Other than they need to get together with the case people and redesign this cable system to front panel its a mess IMHO.
      5: Please bear with me, as this is my first review on Amazon. I received the product yesterday morning, and after replacing the motherboard, I was excited to try out the integrated Intel UHD 770 graphics (I ordered and received an Intel i7 12700k cpu a few days earlier).I've been having display issues recently, so my plan was to stick with the Intel UHD 770 graphics until GPU prices drop in the future. Unfortunately, it turns out my motherboard has a faulty HDMI port. I tried more than five times, but the HDMI port on the mobo seems to be DOA. My monitor keeps saying there's no connection. After plugging to the GPU HDMI port, my monitor worked on the first try.I'm very dissapointed, as I've used another ASUS mobo ( ASUS Prime Z370-P ATX) for over four years, and I've never had any issues with that older mobo. I don't know if i'm just unlucky and received a faulty mobo, or if this particular model has issues. Either way, I've just wanted to let potential buyers know that there is a chance of receiving a faulty mobo.Edit: It turns out that the integrated graphics was disabled in the bios. I had to figure out how to enable it, but thanks to the help of Reddit, now the HDMI port is working with the integrated graphics.
      6: Great motherboard that worked with the first push of the power button. Used this motherboard for the first PC build in 12 years and this board delivers. Would definitely buy again.
      7: Waited until all the bugs from 12th gen was fixed. I chose a ddr4 since everything is still super expensive. Just spent $$$ on mobo and cpu and refreshed my old rig. Installed a 12900k. Works like magic.Old rig:MSI Z390 Pro9600k3080ti FTW3New rig:ASUS Z690 Prime12900k3080tiHUGE UPGRADE AND A MASSIVE PERFORMANCE!
      8: I have now RMA'd as many of these boards as I have in production. Quick backstory - I build machines for an architectural firm. Not looking for gaming experience, but demand stability. The first build/board went together without issue - 4x16 DDR4 memory. The next 3 builds were a mess. The board refused to recognize memory on all 4 slots (I did have one bad memory stick that contributed to the frustration). After several RMAs and new boards, I have four machines running. I went to build a fifth and once again have DDR recognition issues. Memory is only recognized in slots 3 & 4. I have updated BIOS and set BIOS to the same version as the other machines. Swapped memory, slots, etc. Still have the issue. RMA'd the first board and now have the same thing with the second. In Googling the issue, it became clear that others also experienced similar issues. I should also note that the board runs the 3200 DDR4 memory at 2666. As these are not for gaming, I can live with that. But I have reached my limit as I cannot pour hours of time troubleshooting every board and build. I'm now going to try an MSI Board - once swapped I'll post back with the experience.UPDATE: So, I put the MSI board in with all 4 DIMM slots filled and it started up w/o any issues whatsoever. There was much to like about this ASUS board, but there is a clear problem when trying to use all 4 DIMM slots with DR4. I'm sure they will fix it, but I'm going with the MSI board for future builds.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00