Summary: Runs as expected, wish it had more functionality or a couple more ram slots, but for a micro-ATX it serves its purpose, and the OC works well. For the price its a good mobo, but next time I would definitely be more patient and save up at least another 30-40$ for a better mobo, as mobos are hard to switch and keep the compatibility with current components.
Summary: I've built nearly every system that I have owned in the past 15 years, and this strikes me as one of the most disappointing main boards I have ever bought. Out of the box either the BIOS is corrupt or does not support the AMD A-4 3500 APU I bought with it. On first boot I get an A2 debug code which seems like a problem with a SATA device. When I tried to enter the BIOS the whole system locked up. I can get it to boot but not to the device I need it to boot from.
Summary: For only $55 this is the best bang for your buck if your on a budget. G. Skill RAM running at 2400Mhz with a 5800k at 4.4GHz with igpu at 900MHz/1250MHz dual mode Sapphire 6670 OCed to same as igpu= WIN my build cost me only $430 (already had monitior/mouse/keyboard) But seriously for only $430 with this mobo included I can play BF3 on high/ultra with a constant 30+ fps
Summary: This is 3rd ASRock board I've purchased and all working perfectly. Got my first ASRock board a year ago for my main desktop. After years of hit & miss with the other major brands and "hit & miss" reliability/glitches, ASRock has become my favorite.
Summary: Got this for a budget build. First ASRock board I have ever bought an I very please and impressed even though it is a basic board. It has good construction, board components are laid out nicely, UEFI is pretty...and had good overclock features and the board comes with some interesting features although not sure if many people will employ their 555XFast features.
Pros: Nice affordable FM2 board, UEFI Bios, USB 3.0 and a small mATX footprint.
Summary: This is one of the cheapest A75-FM2 motherboards available (when on sale). It would be nice to have an actual HDMI output. (I have yet to try a DVI-HDMI converter cable). 5.1 sound works but it would be nice to have all six ports at the back instead of having a PS2 mouse and keyboard port. The board only has 3 fan headers, two of which are PWM - but technically you don't really need a lot of fans for this small low powered board.
Pros: feature-rich budget motherboard, A75 chipset, UEFI bios, lots of USB ports