ECS A85F2-A Golden FM2 @ Techware Labs
"Today we are taking a look at the A85F2-A Golden Edition motherboard from ECS. This motherboard offers a long list of features, overclocking potential, and a flashy look. This motherboard has a lot of potential, but read on to see if this will actually be a quality product, or a gold-plated flop."
ASRock A75 Pro4 @ OCInside
"AMD Socket FM2 Trinity APUs are already on sale, but Socket FM1 AMD Llano processors and motherboards are still well purchased. For this reason, we have again reviewed a socket FM1 ASRock A75 Pro4 motherboard, which we tested and overclocked with an AMD A8-3870K Black Edition APU."
Gigabyte F2A85X-UP4 @ TweakTown
"Having looked at the APU in detail already we're taking the time today to take a closer look at the board we used in our original coverage. While we took a quick look at the GIGABYTE FMA85X-UP4 we'll today looking at it a bit closer. Along with that we'll also be taking the time to overclock our A10-5800K APU which is something we hadn't looked at in our original coverage."
ASUS F2A85-V Pro (A85X) @ eTeknix
"Since the launch of the new FM2 platform and the new range of APU processors, we've had a huge influx of boards arrive with us from a variety of manufacturers and in a variety of different flavours, from the lower-end A55 chipset enabled boards to the more meaty A85X based products and today sees us delving into another A85X based board."
ECS A85F2-A Golden @ Hardware Secrets
"The ECS A85F2-A Golden is a motherboard based on the most high-end chipset for the new FM2 platform, the A85X (codenamed "Hudson D4"). It is targeted to the second-generation APUs from AMD, codenamed "Trinity." Let's see what this motherboard has to offer."
ASUS F2A85-V PRO @ OC Club
"If you are not it may take some time to become acquainted with the response from them. I disabled all energy saving functions such as Cool 'n' Quiet, C6, Turbo, etc. and set load line control to 75% ending up with a healthy overclock of 4.7GHz or 900MHz above the stock."
Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 @ TBreak
"The Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 performs competitively against other Z77 motherboards, with the overclocked results in line with expectations. The only real flaw with the Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 is its pricing, higher than the ASUS flagship Maximus V Extreme and double that of the MSI Z77 MPower, which itself is no slouch."