Summary: I bought this board to run video transfer and editing programs and to run resource hungry electronic design programs. I am using two AMD 6328 Opterons and 32G DDR3-1600 memory. After two months of owning the ASUS KGPE-D16 I have experience enough to write this review.
Summary: Installing this mainboard in a Thermaltake Overseer RX-1 case was a breeze. I did not have any trouble installing the processors heatsinks or memory. I recommend this product to anyone looking to upgrade to 16, 24 or 32 core processing.
Great board, poor configuration information on Amazon
PerryAJoE "Joe", Amazon
29 May 2013
Summary: I bought this board because Amazon listed it in the '... also bought this... ' section of the web page. This board did not fit the AMD FX 8250 chip that was shown as fitting it, it didn't fit!
Summary: I have been using this board since 2010. Originally used 2x Opteron 6128 CPUs and just upgraded to 2x Opteron 6380. The machine runs 24/7 and often at 100% CPU load for weeks at a time. Very stable! Overclockers should stay away - no options for overclocking.
Summary: Tried to manually set the memory at 1.35v x 800mhz (1600), which is my memory spec. BIOS would not allow higher than 1333, highest option is 667. You must jumper to get 1.35v, it's not in the BIOS. Had an intermittent CASE OPEN fatal error even though the jumper was set to ignore it.
was not DOA. If yours did not start read my story.
Olga Del C. Helo, Amazon
2 February 2013
Summary: I bought the board after my Tyan board died after 5 years (Love Tyan products). I got the board and I installed everything and put it on a Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle edition. It did not started. I was very disappointing.
Summary: I bought this MB about eight months ago because it could be used for both server and dual processor workstation functions. It worked for about six months and then it died. I contacted customer support who walked me through the process of exchanging the MB, I sent it overnight to Asus's technical...