Summary: I shopped this board mainly on brand and price, and could I get it in time for the build I had to do - I have been using ASUS boards for as long as i can remember. This board is laid out relatively well - the front panel hdaudio plug is in the dead center of the board, which works OK - if, like me,...
Summary: This motherboard is wonderful for an Intel build, had no trouble with installation or finding drivers. I am not using anything overkill: Intel i5-3550 AMD Radeon HD 6870 8GB (2x 4GB) RAM 2x SSD (SPEED!
Werner Karl Heisenberg "You cannot perceive b..., Amazon
3 November 2012
Summary: There's not much to say, plenty of ports. Compatible with everything I needed. The Bios is amazing and the UI is really nice. Very easy to navigate. I was hesitant to buy it because somebody gave it 1 Star, but their review was pointless and irrelevant. Get this board, you'll love it.
Summary: I got this up and running in my build about 2 weeks ago. I gotta say the board was laid out pretty nicely, labeled well and i didn't have a problem with anything except the processor lever which i felt was a little tough to seat in the slot, but being my first real build it probably was how it is...
Summary: I'm typically the guy that spends the cash on the higher end boards to get all the bleeding edge features. But a series of power outages in my area last week killed my old ASUS Striker Extreme.
Summary: When I was seeking for original branded motherboard for my recently obtained dual core CPU from Intel, my attention focussed on ASUS product. This quite simpelten but smart designed one was exatly what I was looking for.
Summary: It's not really the fault of the motherboard, more my own for not reading into it, but I thought that most motherboards nowadays came with an HDMI port, but nope. Now if I want to get HD, I will have to buy a graphics card to use HDMI. I did buy a DVI to HDMI, but long story short, it doesn't work.