I bought this in 8/13 and did my first POST yesterday
24 October 2013
Summary: I bought this in 8/13 but did my first POST yesterday (10/23/13). Motherboard accepted the APU and Crucial memory without blinking. BIOS is a GUI and is simple for necessary tasks and has depth of complication to keep the geekiest happy. I am now waiting until next month to order the OS DVD and an HDD.
Summary: i had the asus f1 a75 v pro motherboard for about a month now and it runs like a true boss my graphics benchmarks went up by 50% and it plays all the top games with no problem when paired with amds a8 3870k and a geforce gtx 560 so if your looking for a great fm1 motherboard this is it
Summary: The item was delivered on time and with no problem. It took me a while though to write this review as I am working on a cruise vessel and was only able to build my new PC just recently when I got home for vacation. I love the motherboard.
Summary: I've been building my PC boxes since the mid 90s and repairing friends/families since before then, and have LOVED Asus boards in the past. This one has been the most problematic board I've every installed. I'm giving up on this one after less than two years of ownership and one RMA'd board. Never did get the 3.0 USB ports to work, and didn't want to deal with Asus' "you pay" RMA process to try and rectify it a *3rd* time for just that aspect of it.
Summary: This will be my fifth installation of a motherboard, as it is sort of a hobby for me. It is not for the faint hearted, as there are many possible pitfalls to overcome, such as the proper insertion of the CPU, proper connection of Various leads to the board, proper application of power to the board, and many other issues, but that is not the fault of the manufacturer. Asus does a great job in producing these motherboards and they are getting more powerful every year.
Summary: Sata III, USB 3.0, 2.0. eSATA, 10/100/1000Gb, HDMI, DVI, RGB and 5.1 surround I/O = One nice building block for approximately $100.00. Supports A75 chipset and up to 64gb of RAM! Yes, that's right, 64Gb. My system: A-8 3870k 3.0Ghz APU, 4x4Gb Kingston Red @1600, 240gb SSD, 2x2Tb WD Black HDD, NZXT Elite 210 white case, 550W Cooler Master PSU, HIS Radeon 6750 GPU and a copper pipe Cooler Master heatsink.
Summary: I guess for the price and what the motherboard comes with. I could of easy gotten something else and made a better bang for my buck. But since I wanted my first build to go as smoothly as possible and last a long time. I went with Asus, as they have a great track record with how long their products last and great customer service with their products. As a bonus, the pics don't give credit where it is due for how the motherboard looks.