Summary: THIS M/B HAS BEEN GREAT AND RUNNING FAST, WITH NO ISSUES AT ALL. IT'S JUST AS THE ADD SAID IT WOULD BE. CORSAIR 800 CASE M4A89GTDPRO/USB. AMD 965 BBE ADDITION RUNS AT 4.4 MHZ ALL DAY MEMEORY IS G SKILL 2133 THERMALTAKE EXTREME WATER COOLING [STAYS RIGHT AT 30-35C] 550WATT THERMALTAKE POWER SUPPLY ASUS 7770 2GB VIDEO CARD, PIONEER BLUE/RAY, 12 COUGAR PMM FANS,AR 120'S AND 140'. ALL SINGLE SLEEVED CABLES.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for one with a damaged CPU socket (intermittent start) for a 6-core AMD. Damaged to the CPU socket resulted from replacing the CPU cooler when removing it. The replacement was received in a timely manner. All the proper parts were included and installation went well. It has been reliable and running every day 8-20 hours per day since installation.
Summary: Bought the M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 for the 6gb/s for my ssd. Blazing fast and able to run Mushkin blackline 2000mhz ram and 1090t hex core. Loads super fast overall on boot times and loading game times. You will always be in the front of the line in loading your FPS games busting ass and takin names.
Summary: great motherboard used it for my first computer build ever and it did not let me down. It has plenty of sata and usb drives for you to keep adding on in the future which is great. I also really enjoyed the core unlocker switch and the turbo key 2.
ASUS M4A89GTD PROUSB3 Mobo, Good Quality, Easy To Install & Maintain.
9 August 2011
Summary: I was tasked with building a new computer for my wife. Her requirements were a quad core AMD processor, Windows 7 - 64 bit operating system with at least 8 gig of memory and the ability to overclock if/when she needed to. She also wanted SATA III (6gig), USB 3 and firewire support. I chose this board since I had worked with several other ASUS boards in the past and always found them to be very well built, reliable and very easy for the end user to overclock them when...
Summary: I now own two of these great Asus mo-boards. Yep, good enough to buy a second one. Win7 64 bit installation on both went very well. Admittedly, I had some driver update issues building out the first one last year, but the latest build in January (from Amazon)came with "current enough" drivers on the CD for good performance and functionality. Of course, I updated to the latest drivers with Windows Update. That seemed to go just fine.