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ASUS B150 PRO GAMING DRIVER
If you're one of the few people out there with a PCI dial-up modem, you're in luck. Right at the back, one corner of the board is dedicated to audio circuitry and is physically isolated with its own voltage-regulated power supply to improve signal quality. Asus has used the premium Realtek ALC ASUS B150 Pro Gaming codec and Nichicon capacitors, which are in keeping with most premium motherboards.
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There are thoughtful little touches all around. The padded "Q-shield" rear plate is much less likely to cut you than the usual sheet metal plates; there are diagnostic LEDs to show you what might be causing problems; most of the ports on the ASUS B150 Pro Gaming have their own electrostatic discharge protection; and of course Asus promises that all components are high-end and long-lasting.
However, what most potential buyers will care about is the Aura lighting feature. There are two sets of RGB lights on the board, one running most of the way along the front, and the other beneath the PCH heatsink.
A third set illuminates the crack separating the audio subsection from the rest of the board, but this only lights up in red. You can choose a static colour or have the lights pulsate, ASUS B150 Pro Gaming, or cycle through all the colours of the rainbow.
The red strip has its own controls. We would have liked to have seen more fine-grained control, for example the ability to set custom ASUS B150 Pro Gaming schemes, trigger different colours for specific games and programs, or at least set the speed of the colour cycle.
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It should go without saying that you'll need a case with a large side window to really enjoy any of the lighting effects. The strip on ASUS B150 Pro Gaming front of the motherboard reflected nicely off the black powder-coated surfaces of our Corsair Carbide R, and the effect is sure to be more pronounced in larger cases.
We wound up turning off the red strip around the audio components which clashed with the rest of the system. We would also have liked a quick shortcut to turn the lights off entirely, for times when we didn't want the distraction. ASUS B150 Pro Gaming shouldn't need to visit it often, but you can choose between "EZ" and advanced modes if or when you do.
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Updates can be performed from within the EFI interface, and you can recover your last working settings if anything goes wrong. The graphical fan speed adjustment tool is one of our favourite touches, but things like this can also be set through Windows if you prefer. We used Windows 10, and all the latest drivers from Asus's website. What in the world do you plan on using RAID 10 for? That type of setup just does not make sense for what with a board like you already have I would expect a gaming ASUS B150 Pro Gaming.
I think i'm just gonna avoid Asus from now on All the major manufacturers make "Gaming" B motherboards. They are good for basic gaming systems.
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You still haven't answered what in the world you need RAID 10 for? To answer your question about the RAID 10, I plan on doing gaming and some Editing stuff and want redundancy in case something dies rgd Dec 1,9: Maybe they should make it VERY clear that it does not have certain capability's instead of people finding out when they get the product. To answer your question about the RAID 10, I plan on doing gaming ASUS B150 Pro Gaming some Editing stuff and want redundancy in case something dies usually the said what it supported and not what are not supported, cause that would be a long, long long list.
It would be like not support Intel cpu,DX, no support for floppy disk.
Best answer Dec 1,9: To answer your question about the RAID 10, I plan on doing gaming and some Editing stuff and want redundancy in case something dies If you look at the storage specs on their site and even on the box it makes no mention of having RAID. ASUS B150 Pro Gaming not exactly a feature that a budget gamer goes looking for when buying an LED gaming motherboard.
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