Asus M5A99FX Pro R2.0 Boxshot

Asus M5A99FX PRO 2.0 Motherboard Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. Motherboard Layout and Closer Look Part 1
  4. Motherboard Layout and Closer Look Part 2
  5. UEFI Bios Overview
  6. Test Bench and Methodology
  7. PCMark 7 Benchmark
  8. PCMark Vantage x64 Benchmark
  9. PCMark x64 HDD Suite Benchmark
  10. AS SSD Benchmark
  11. USB 3.0 transfer speed Test
  12. LST Benchmark: 10 & 100 MB Packet Test
  13. Conclusion

A motherboard, being the backbone of any desktop system, should be as good as other components you’re investing on. It is not limited to VRMs, Power Phase, Passive Cooling- but also cramming all the features in a particular form factor keeping the mainstream users in Mind.


Asus M5A99FX Pro P 2.0 is a motherboard with 990FX+ SB950 Chipset so it will be good to see how this board will do, especially those looking for something to pair with FX Series Processors.

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