Summary: Great beginner's motherboard for people who are just entering the custom-build pc market. However, if you're going for performance, this board is now outdated. This board runs solidly and has been running in my build for about 3 years now. It's never given up, and it really succeeds at stability.
Summary: Best mobo I could find for am3+ micro atx. Has usb 3.0 and sata 3. Installed and fired right up. Easy to overclock. Got my amd 8320e up to 4.2 without throttling. No problems so far. My first as rock board after using Asus and gigabyte boards. Not a bad mobo.
Great product, even better when you take advantage of ASRock software.
Michael Maynes, Amazon
23 December 2014
Summary: The first board I bought was defective, but the responsiveness of the issue was impressive. ASRock has done an incredible job with their boards and the ability to customize them. This board delivers on speed, performance, flexibility. I've installed almost all upgrade like OC and FastBoot up time.
Summary: The only mATX motherboard with support for FX series processors AND with the mini PCIe slot in a spot that won't be blocked off by dual-slot graphics cards. But just because it's the only option doesn't mean it's a bad one. The only thing I was a bit upset about was the lack of a USB3.0 Header.
Summary: I purchased this for a budget gaming rig. I agree with some of the sentiments on here that the board is a bit small and cramped... I have a hard time accessing all of the ports with my Sapphire R7 260X installed, but I'm able to do everything I need to do.