Summary: For me it's been working perfectly for almost 2 years. x4 4GB ram, 4.1Ghz cpu x6, x2 XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770, liquid cooler and 3 fans hooked up to it. It's cheap, works how it says, does a great job helping to run any game I throw in my PC. Very satisfied for my first MB purchase!
Summary: I only purchased one PC in my life, the rest I built custom. I started with ASUS when they came out with the beta version of the KV8SE Deluxe dual core sometimes in the 1990's as a bundle package for taking a test for my IT dept. Never, not once did I have a problem, it work like a charm!
Summary: 02/21/12 writing this review. So as time passes it will become less relevant I imagine. I have a 6 core 1055t, 4 sticks of 4GB corsair 1800mhz O.C. ram(16GBs total), and 2 Radeon 5500 series crossfire, w/ 750w OCZ power supply. That's about the max you can put in this MB.
Summary: I bought this and an AMD 1100T. I installed the Asus overclocking software and within 3 minutes was running at 4 Ghz. I didn't have to mess with any settings the software did it all. There is even a button to automatically overclock without the software and it worked too. The features are fantastic.
Summary: This thing is great! Everything worked great out of the box. My DVD Drive would not boot from the windows 7 DVD. I called tech support and they answered the phone right away. And they spoke perfect English! Wow. Anyway... turns out my DVD drive had gone bad somehow..
Summary: this board is used in conjunction with the following. AMD's (Advanced Micro Devices) Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition (3.2GHZ; OC: 4.01GHZ with no loss in stability with the 2002 version BIOS) 8GB DDR3 1600MHZ 4x2GB Dominator RAM modules (16GB is the max for this board) 1x AMD - 6870 (Sapphire 1GB...