Summary: Some parts like the onboard usb and the sata are slightly difficult to access from time to time, but once you get them in the function of the board is great. Onboard sound and video are decent (if you're slowly adding parts to a new clone build).
Summary: One of the heat sinks was half way off the board, its secured by some type of push pins so it was easy to put back. I just hope it does not come loose on its own over time. Maybe Poor quality control. I was skeptical about buying after reading some of the bad reviews from defective boards on newegg but a lot of these boards are being sold so its probably a small percentage considering that.
Summary: Bought this as my previous motherboard wouldn't recognise my new graphics card, despite being Z77 like this one. BIOS is very easy to use, had no problems installing it. My ONLY problem is the fan controls, it took a while to get them 'just so' so they weren't making a racket and weren't too slow. The software to change these settings for windows is easy to use but shouldn't even be necessary.
Summary: Ordered one of these for about £108 back in the summer for a new build (that I've only just finished in mid December) and it's been fine so far. I would recommend placing your DDR3 memory in to slot A2 (second in B2 if you wish to run dual) on first boot with no other components installed to make sure it will POST and reach BIOS, add HDD and DVD etc one by one after with the obvious power offs in between each step and then just install windows ;) Using i5 3570K, 8Gb...
Summary: Received this motherboard from Flipkart a few days back, Assembled a new gaming rig and i must say the results are positive so far. For the price that ASRock markets this motherboard it has all the bells and whistles of a much more expensive motherboard. The only negative thing i can say about this motherboard is the weird placement of the SATA ports and the fact that it has no IDE port for the older DVD ROMS.