Summary: I've always gave ASUS priority in my searches, as over the years, they have never let me down with a bad MB or a lemon. This MB is the same - had some memory and a 64 bit celeron laying around, bought this MB and have it all running as an upgrade to an old 32 bit I had.
Summary: This motherboard has been working stably for me for the last 2 years. It allows a bit of overclocking, has great passive cooling, and in general works very well. It's only shortcomings are a lack of AHCI compatibility from its SATA controller and (at least for me) a lack of USB ports on the back (i...
Summary: For the price is a big deal, trust me, I bought this board last week and I'm impressed about the efficiency and features. The RAM slots supports 1066MHZ, amazing "overcloking turbo key" (Software in CD drivers) and one of the most things I "WOW" is the audio channel on board, also the software...
Summary: I have used over 300 of these boards in work station installs, NOT 1 ISSUE!! Been using these since they came out and have been very happy with the reliability. Have also used them in my 3 home HTPC's and they work great for that application. What else can I say, GREAT PRODUCT!!
Summary: This motherboard is a tiny m-ATX board. Has onboard graphics and supports lga775 up to core 2 quad. The northbridge however, would overheat when i installed a pci-e graphics card. I tried first with an nvidia 7900gs, then with an nvidia 9800gt.
Summary: I would beware this particular product especially if purchased from Deal Barn. 1. The Board I received from them was NOT the board listed here, it was the P5KPL-CM/1600. This board is an Engineering Board and support is practically non-existent.
Summary: Bought this motherboard for its price and compatibility with an Intel Pentium D 3.4Ghz that I had laying around. After hooking up a Kingwin 610 watts power supply and an old Plextor PX-716a DVD burner along with the Pentium D everything ran fine.