ASUS F1A75-V Pro

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1 TweakTown
"Today we're going to be looking at our first A75 chipset motherboard in the form of the ASUS F1A75-V Pro. Of course, we've already done a big preview on this board that covered everything on the board and the BIOS; because of that we'll be getting straight into the test system, talk about overclocking and get into the performance side of things. If you want to see more of the board, though, I'd recommend you check out our original preview piece, ASUS F1A75-V Pro (AMD A75) Llano Motherboard Preview."
2 Hexus
"The full-ATX board takes advantage of the fact that A-series APUs require a single supporting chip (Fusion Controller Hub). There's adequate room around the socket, and the DIMM slots are nicely away from the CPU area. ASUS locates various connectors at the edges of the PCB, sensibly enough, and you shouldn't have a problem in putting together a tidy build."
3 TBreak
4 OCAholic
"At a first glance ASUS leaves a good impression with its F1A75-V Pro. Especially the digital power design as well as the space between the PCI-Express x16 slots are major plus points. Furthermore we very much like the color design and to us it's very appealing."
5 PureOC
"ASUS, a full line motherboard manufacturer, has been busy with both AMD socket AM 3+ and now socket FM1 motherboards. Let's dive in a see what the F1A75-V PRO brings to the table with these APUs from AMD coupled with groundbreaking on-die graphics processor 6550D."
6 Legit Reviews
"The ASUS F1A75-V Pro turned out to be a great motherboard. In all honesty, we expected nothing less from ASUS. The ASUS F1A75-V Pro was extremely easy to overclock with. With just a few small changes in the ASUS UEFI BIOS we were able push the AMD A8-3850 further than we have been previously able to..."