Summary: Videocard lock-in thing chipped off when I initially purchased it very easily, but thankfully that wasn't an issue. Then it only took 6 months for the DIM slots to fail. I'd suggest paying just a little bit more money for a better mother board.
Summary: My old MB fried and since I was stuck on a budget I picked this guy up. I'm runing an AMD FX 6300 so only have two slots for RAM was a non-issue as that chip can only accomadate 8gb. It is cheap, solid, easy to set up, and gets the job done.
Summary: Man this is an old MB and you can't even get it anymore so why review it? I'm freaking bored that's why I use this and a Sempron 145 processor in an UNraid server and it's solid. Nothing else to say BOOSH another review in the can!
Summary: Many motherboards have passed through my hands and you can immediately tell if it's going to be a winner. Unfortunately, this one's a "Denver Broncos". But just like them, it's still a solid performer, just that it fails when it really matters - like the fact that SATA3's non-existent, or that EIDE...
Summary: this was my 3rd build. When I booted up...the boot screen didn't work with my new wireless keyboard or mouse. plugged in an old p/s keyboard....to get into the Bios ...and couldn't do a dang thing in there. Nothing...nada..zip. Pulled my hair out which was hard to do since i'm bald.
Summary: The ASRock mobo is a solid, reliable motherboard. This Model replaces the 880GM-LE. It has some new features, and performs well. For those who are not aware, ASRock was a subsidiary of ASUS. They now are in direct competition with them. They are third largest MOBO maker, behind ASUS and Gigabyte.