Summary: Highly reliable product. I bought this motherboard here in Tokyo, Japan. This is one solid motherboard. I have had zero issues with it. I've overclocked my C2D E8400 to over 3.6Ghz stable 24/7 on generic memory.
Summary: This is a great motherboard with great performance. I got one to replace a faulty hp motherboard. Apparently, it has got a lot of flaws too. It is not that easy to setup but it has got quite some cool utilities.
Summary: I bought this board to replace a P5N-D sli board (it had issues)This board is non-sli and I was afraid I wouldn't like it, but it's actually faster than my previous board. WEP scores are nearly identical with just one video card installed. Layout is great and has some awesome features.
Summary: This board overclocks really well, the only suggestion I would have is to add a fan on the northbridge heatsink or use a memory fan since the northbridge heatsink gets really hot . Native support for DDR2-1200 and 1600fsb. All the settings one would ever need for overclocking.
Summary: Love this Motherboard, using it to build a new computer for my 9 year grandson. Flashed to Wolfdale Bios support. Running E6500 processor for virtualization of Win 7 x64 to be able to use older flight sim programs. Future "TOP GUN" in the making.
Summary: Good solid board. No trouble setting up at all. If you want to get into the Bios though, that&apos;s another story. If you want to know who else doesn&apos;t know what all the stuff is,,,,,,,,call ASUS.
Summary: I bought a new old stock board. The 775 chipset is getting old but is still fast enough for an HTPC or even some decent gaming. I had Gigabyte 775 board that failed and this was similar and could operate all my drives, peripherals and a good processor so it was a logical move to just replace it and...