- ASUS H81M-A
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The ASUS H81M-A, a value socket LGA1150 motherboard based on the Intel H81 chipset. It has only two memory sockets, one PCI Express x16 slot, two USB 3.0 ports, and two SATA-600 ports. Let’s see whether it is a good pick.
The Intel H81 is still the most basic chipset for fourth-generation Core i CPUs from Intel. The main differences between this entry-level chip and the high-end model of its generation, the Z87, are the lower number of SATA-600 ports and USB 3.0 ports (two versus six of each), the absence of RAID and SRT (Smart Response Technology) support, and the support for only one PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot. There is no support (at least officially) for changing the clock multiplier on “K” unlocked CPUs, which makes it a bad choice for over clocking.
You can see the ASUS H81M-A motherboard in Figure 1. It uses the micro ATX form factor, measuring 8.9” x 6.9” (226 mm x 175 mm).
· Socket: LGA1150
· Chipset: Intel H81 Express
· Super I/O: Nuvoton NCT5538D
· Parallel ATA: none
· Serial ATA: two SATA-300 and two SATA-600 ports controlled by the chipset (no RAID support)
· External SATA: none
· USB 2.0: eight USB 2.0 ports, four on the motherboard real panel and four available through two headers on the motherboard
· USB 3.0: two USB 3.0 ports, on the motherboard rear panel, controlled by the chipset
· On-board video: controlled by the CPU; VGA, DVI-D and HDMI connectors
· Audio: produced by the chipset together with a Realtek ALC887 (7.1 channels, 24-bit resolution, 192 kHz sampling rate, 97 dB SNR for the outputs, and 90 dB SNR for the inputs)
· On-board LAN: one Gigabit Ethernet port controlled by a Realtek RTL8111G chip
· Power supply required: ATX12V
· Slots: one PCI Express 3.0/2.0 x16 slot, two PCI Express 2.0 x1 slots
· Memory: two DDR3-DIMM sockets (up to DDR3-1600, 16 GiB maximum)