ASUS GRYPHON Z87 Motherboard LGA 1150 USB 3.0 8-Chan Audio Giga LAN RAID MemOK For Sale

ASUS GRYPHON Z87 Motherboard LGA 1150 USB 3.0 8-Chan Audio Giga LAN RAID MemOK


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ASUS GRYPHON Z87 Motherboard LGA 1150 USB 3.0 8-Chan Audio Giga LAN RAID MemOK:
$130

ASUS GRYPHON Z87 Motherboard LGA 1150 USB 3.0 8-Chan Audio Giga LAN RAID MemOK!Product Overview
The ASUS GRYPHON Z87is a Motherboard designed for use with PC systems, which support mATX form factor.The ASUSTeK COMPUTERGRYPHON Z87is a motherboard designed for use with ATX PC systems. Built around the Intel Z87 Express chipset and featuring the LGA 1150 processor socket, the mainboard works with certain Intel CPUs. It supports up to 32 MB DDR3 memory type. As always, check compatibility with your device before offerding. Do your own research and ask plenty of question using, "Ask a question" below. Enjoy!
Product Features
  • Brand: ASUS
  • MPN: GRYPHON Z87
  • Memory Slots: 4
  • Integrated Audio: Yes
  • Chipset: Intel Z87
  • Form Factor: mATX
  • Memory Type: DDR3 SDRAM
  • CPU Socket Type: LGA 1150
  • RAID: 0/1/1/5/10
What's Not Included
  • Hard Drive
  • Heatsink
  • Processor
  • Fan
  • Chassis
  • Power Supply
  • Optical
  • Keyboard & Mouse
  • Cables, Cords, Modem
  • Back I/O Shield
  • Memory
  • Pictured is the actual Product
What's in the Box
  • ASUS GRYPHON Z87 Motherboard Only
  • No other parts or accessories are is working system pulled and tested good
  • No Software CDs, Cables, Optical, Chassis, I/O Shield, Manuals are included
  • Ask plenty of questions before offerding
  • Check compatibility with your device before offerding

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