You will not be disappointed if you buy this board!
8 March 2013
Summary: I am a Gigabyte mobo freak. My original mobo was a Gigabyte P55A-ud3. It died and was replaced under warranty. I was not satisfied with the replacement board because it ran so slow and I could not OC my I7 870. I won the ASUS P7P55D on ebay "NEW". Although, I thought the board is a bit narrow and the layout is a little tight and it had only 2 PCI_e slots. It does have 6 xSata 3.0 Gb/s ports. This board is F-a-s-T!
Summary: This board was extremely easy to setup. Documentation was will laid-out and easily read. I installed a Core i3 CPU, 512MB video board, 4 GB DDR3. Fired up first time and ran noticeably faster than my old dual core.
The best LGA1156 Core i3/i5/i7 Motherboards available!
27 October 2010
Summary: It is an excellent board, large choice overclocking features including auto tunning for less advanced users, 10 overclocking/bios setting profile saves, large heatsinks covering the chipset preventing from overheating, very stable board - I did overclock my i5 650 which runs at 4.2 GHz on a AIR cooler - (stock 3.2 GHz) ( by a good quality cooler - do not use the stock one IF you planning to overclock ) - there is several BIOS versions available for this board, if the...
Summary: Simple setup, almost no driver disc interaction required; Windows 7 provided all drivers except audio drivers which needed updating. Very stable, solid construction. A typical Asus homerun, as usual.