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ASUS B150 PRO GAMINGAURA REALTEK AUDIO DRIVER
Asus B Pro Gaming/Aura Review NDTV Gadgetscom
That's as vanilla as current-day PC hardware gets, and enthusiasts don't usually consider anything less than the top-end Z Read on to know more. There are large mostly decorative heatsinks near the phase VRMs on two sides of the CPU socket, and a matching one lower down over the B platform controller, better known as the "chipset".
There are matching red flourishes printed across the surface of the board which look nice but will mostly be hidden when components are plugged in. There's adequate distance for a normal-sized cooler between the CPU socket and first RAM slot, though Asus assumes you'll be using a small waterblock with a separate radiator.
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The rear port cluster is quite well populated. Asus has gone to the trouble and expense of using a bridge - maybe this is a nod to business B customers, but it's still odd, and comes at the cost of a far more relevant DisplayPort output. There are two USB 2. You can wire up two more USB 3.
You get a single Gigabit Ethernet port running off an Intel i controller, with what Asus calls LANGuard - protection from power surges and electromagnetic interference. However, you cannot link two graphics cards in SLI or Crossfire. The first slot is fed by the CPU and actually has 16 lanes of PCIe bandwidth, but the second can provide only four lanes.
That's because the B PCH is limited to eight lanes in total - one of the biggest differences between B and Z, which has 20 lanes to distribute between subsystems and peripherals. Running an x4 card will also cut off the two PCIe x1 slots.
For some reason, Asus has also tossed in two legacy PCI slots. 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 ASUS B150 PRO GAMINGAURA Realtek Audio and is physically isolated with its own voltage-regulated power supply to improve signal quality.
Asus has used the premium Realtek ALC audio codec and Nichicon capacitors, which are in keeping with most premium motherboards. There are thoughtful little touches all around.
Obviously we disabled all software enhancements since they interfere with the pure technical performance that ASUS B150 PRO GAMINGAURA Realtek Audio are trying to benchmark. The noise level - while still better than average - is the one area that didn't fare so well when compared to the previous motherboards that we have reviewed, and we will be examining this a little more down below. As usual, we aren't experts in this area, but we suspect that most owners will likewise be very happy with this motherboard's onboard audio capabilities.
Value-packed ATX gaming board with RGB LED illumination
As a result, we decided to test whether these LEDs had any effect on the audio output, and whether the different switching modes had any effects either. The baseline test was with all the motherboard's LED disabled, and thus obviously no lighting effects either. Click on image to enlarge and reveal additional lighting effects As you can see from these numbers, any concerns over LEDs undermining sound quality have proven to be unfounded on this ASUS B150 PRO GAMINGAURA Realtek Audio. ASUS B Pro Gaming/Aura is a value-packed ATX gaming board featuring B Pro Gaming/Aura's truly immersive SupremeFX audio and experience sound Supreme FX's superior components, including the trusted Realtek ALC ASUS B Pro Gaming is a value-packed ATX gaming board with stable audio, fast networking, the latest high-speed connectivity and advanced cooling.