Summary: I bought this board along with an FX-8350 and have it overclocked to 4.5ghz at 1.375vcore. I have gotten it stable up to 5ghz and run a lower 24/7 overclock. I really enjoy the look of this board, and it has extensive features.
Summary: The first thing I noticed when shopping for a high-end enthusiast motherboard is the amount of "bling" these type motherboards have, including this one. Besides the elaborately designed heat sinks, the capacitors are encased in gold.
Summary: Pros: 1. The board came packed in a really cool box 2. Board has a great range of accessible IO ports even with Crossfire or SLI which is a big plus for me with multiple add on cards both PCI and PCI-E x1 3. Dual front USB 3.0 Headers 4.
Summary: I configured this motherboard with an FX8150 as the basis for a complete new computer build. It is fantastic! I chose the AS Rock because of the extensive features, expandability and state-of-the-art software.
Summary: Bad right out of the box, no video signal to the monitor. Called support and couldn't understand what the foriegn tech was telling me, so I asked for a supervisor and the tech hung up on me. Called back and asked for a manager, he didn't seem to care that his techs are hanging up on customers.
Summary: So for the past 2 weeks I've been trying to replace my dead board on my PC. Went from a year old ASUS 87TD EVO USB3 to a 990FX Gigabyte UD5 which had a faulty PCI-E slot (amazon kindly took it back for a refund although it took me days to figure out which slot was faulty...
Summary: My Asus pro-usb3 890fx board busted, as I found a lot had after about a year. Their Customer service was so unbearable and eventually resorting to scratching the back and accusing me of doing it. I decided to upgrade. I really love this feature rich and relatively inexpensive alternative.