Summary: I have had this MOBO for about 3 months now. I gotta say im lovin it! I didnt have any real issues installing it into my case. Make sure to utilize the updates on the Disk. Otherwise you're gonna be wondering why only 2 USB 2.0 ports work and nothing else, to include ethernet! Also, watch for the frequency of your RAM, for some reason the MOB defaulted my RAM to 1333Mhz. It also decided to only utilize 1 core in my 3570k.
Summary: I have been building computers from parts for about 10 years and I have learned that starting with a great motherboard is key. This is an impressive board and includes many nice features such as built in power and restart buttons for bench testing, lots of SATA and USB 3 connections, excellent slot placements, quality cooling add-ons; the list goes on and on.
Summary: Finally upgraded a gaming rig to a 3570K and needed a new board. The old rig was developing SATA issues, lockup/audio loop problems and had never really run very cool - even at stock speeds. The new system screams, and with H2O cooling is staying under 40c at all times. This board posted right the first time the power was flipped, recognized all 16gb of ram, the cpu and both the HDD's and the SSD's, and prioritized correctly.
Summary: I went through hell searching for a motherboard that support a floppy drive, took me a millennia or two to finally find a alternative universe that still makes motherboard with a floppy port. There was this trojan virus infecting our technology to the point it had spread throughout our galaxy. The earth reunited with other advance alien civilizations to form an alliance and went to search for the "cure".
Summary: I've had this board for about a month now, and the one problem I've had with it ended up being a positive - although I can't say exactly why this happened: For some reason (stupidity on my part) I decided to flash the BIOS...I say stupid because everything was working fine and the new revision didn't change anything that applied to my build.
Summary: For the price this is amazing. Replaced my p8z77v-pro with this after my asus board had some tracers burned out and asus said it wasn't covered under warranty. This does everything that the p8z77 did but with a smaller price tag. Haven't overclocked yet but bios looks very straightforward. I heard some horror stories about this board after I bought it (bent cpu pins) but it arrived in perfect condition and has not had a single problem.
Summary: Going into my first build I was very nervous. This mono comes with a 100+ page book for installation, a USB 3.0 front plate and everything else you could ask for. I haven't oc'd yet but if its as simple as the rest of the BIOS, ill be very satisfied. I would definitely recommend this motherboard for any one. I bought from Amazon instead of newegg because of free shipping. That saved me 10$!
Summary: I bought this to put in my first rig since it was only about $20 more than the asrock extreme4. I bought a i5 3570k and stuck it in and it worked and overclocked like a charm. Pros: +Bios is really well thought out and looks nice +The driver cd that came with it had the latest drivers which is pretty cool +Dual channel 32gb max of RAM. +Option have 3 way crossfire OR 3 way SLI.