Summary: I bought this for a computer I just built, unfortunately, as is the risk with buying used pieces, it isn't entirely functional. Now, it does work and I can run window and anything I want on it, the problem is the PCI slots.
Summary: I got a bad motherboard and spent countless hours and money replacing parts only to finally realize by the process of elimination that the motherboard didn't work. I got a full refund even though it was after the return period though because of Amazon's best-in-the-world customer service.
Budget, Overclocking Motherboard With An Upgrade Path
1 February 2014
Summary: This has proven to be a solid choice for my first 'Franken-puter' desktop build. I purchased it 'Used, Like New' for just forty-two bucks. Paired it with a very inexpensive, 65 watt, 2.9 GHz AMD AM2 socket, dual core CPU (also used; another fantastic bargain @ $30 !
Summary: Absolutely recommend this. I have not had any issues with this board. Installed it the day it came and has worked perfectly since. I have not used the over clock feature on this so I cannot say anything about that part of it. Great product.
Summary: Great, very versitile board, will use am2 and am3 CPUS and ddr2 or ddr3 RAM! Makes it so easy to upgrade. The overclocking utility is awesome for a board in this price range! Fast LAN works very well as does the USB fast charge capability.This is my second purchase of this board, one build was for...
Summary: I had a foxconn motherboard that actually blew a capacitor and burned the motherboard thus the need for a new motherboard. I did quite a bit of research before settling on the Asrock MB. I have and AMD Athlon II X4 635 2.9 GHz processor.
Summary: Good product if you are on a budget will work with am2 and am2+ you can use your old processor and ddr2 memory. If you want to upgrade later on you change for a am3 or am3+ processor with the ddr3 memory.