Summary: I purchased this board when building my computer system a couple of years ago. This is a great board but is a little long in the tooth now. It doesn't have USB-3 but I was able to install a USB-3 card with no problem. All my external drives are now USB-3; the performance is day and night.
Summary: I bought this board to replace an EVGA X58 FTW3 board which I suspected might be causing my hard drives to fail (5 bad drives in 2 months) but apparently it was just bad drives. On the plus side, it's a well constructed board and is very stable running my Intel 970 chip.
Summary: Been using for more than 14 months, super stable mobo. I have an i7 920 on it and can't find anything that max-out this combo. This is my fifth Asus Mobo, and best. Never crashes, software bounces off it. Best Buy.
Summary: This motherboard was a good buy for the money. I was able to flash its bios and use a six core I7 processor on it . It has lots of cgood o/c features and has truly sped up my gaming rigg 3 fold
Summary: OK, for starters the P6T is *not* the most recent socket 1366 mobo. It does not have USB 3.0 or SATA 6 Gbps. Having said that, it does have the triple PCI-e slots, and a load of other ports/slots.
Summary: It may not have all of the bells and features of its bigger brother, like USB 3.0 and SATA 6G, but for an entry into the world of i7 CPUs where you want to spend the money on hte CPU and not the motherboard, it's still a great way to start.