Summary: Technical Details Go to the Limit with iGPU Level Up. Anti-Surge Protection Makes System Free From Risk. Flexible and Easy BIOS Interface. CrossFireX Support- Flexible Multi-GPU solutions. 8+2 Phase Power Design-Longer Life & Higher Efficiency! CrossFireX Support- Flexible Multi-GPU solutions EFI BIOS (EZ Mode) - Flexible & Easy BIOS Interface GPU Boost-Go to the Limit with iGPU Level Up!
Summary: This mobo is so amazingly good looking but fails to even post. I got a replacement and had tons of other issues. after two nights working with the board I returned it back to amazon for a full refund. Amazon is amazing about returns only good thing about this purchase .
Summary: Unlike the 1366 board I got last year, this one just worked. No need to download new drivers, no crashes, no problems. Literally built the system in about 2 hours, plugged it in and haven't needed to touch it since.
Summary: $155 at time of purchase. Great board. Has one of the new graphic bios which is very aesthetically appealing. Also it is well fleshed out. Board it self has alot of nice features. 2x Intel Sata 3 (6Gbps) 2x Marvel Sata 3 (6Gbps) 4x Sata 2 (3Gbps) 2x USB 3.0 2x USB 3.0 Expansion Slot 6x USB 2.0 3x PCI-e --------- Tips on Use: If you have a SATA 3 capable SSD, than you want to connect it to the Intel SATA 3 Slots. These are the "grey" sata ports.
Summary: This was the best motherboard I had bought. I kind of stay with ASUS and build a new system every year with a more intelligent MOBO each time. Thought I had another winner this time too, but discovered that only A1 and A2 would recognize any memory, and if you put a stick in B1 or B2, the baby would not post, no way no how. Took the whole system apart and sent the MOBO back for a replacement...
Summary: I bought this about 2 years ago, and for its specifications, the selling price is a bit high (You can find them for around £70-80). Although video-out ports aren't necessary if you have a dedicated graphics card, it's always good to have an integrated one to fall back on if your graphics card fails, or if you sell your current card and upgrade to a new one several weeks later. It does help keep the cost down though, and frees up some space on the rear I/O.