Summary: Good Board and above average, UEFI BIOS is nice, not overly thrilled about this board. Contacted ASUS support a few times over noisy sound output not much help or concern or ease of access to good ASUS support. If you are an ASUS brand loyalist this is the right board for you. But wished I went with the eVGA equivalent.
Summary: There's not much to dislike about this motherboard. It is well designed and you can tell it is made of quality components. It has plenty of features for the price. I'd say the highlights are the EPU and TPU features. With EPU enabled, I have seen a substantial difference in power consumption without sacrificing performance.
Summary: This Is a good motherboard, no much complains except that the drivers is a pain! but only in the sense that the site has soo many updates that i'm left wondering if i'm supposed to download every single one and update it (which is ALOT) or just take the top one, but each seems different, but thats the site's fault, not mobo. i mean i want the latest of updates so i'm left with the site.
Summary: I have really enjoyed using this motherboard so far. The UEFI BIOS makes all those seemingly daunting bios settings so much easier to work with and much less intimidating. Asus has done a great job packaging a board that is easy to work with, feature rich, and overclock friendly. Coming from someone who had never attempted to overclock a board before I found it to be surprisingly easy, with some helpful utilities provided by Asus and the board itself.
Summary: Decided to go with ASUS after three years of using an MSI board. This is also my first Intel board--I've been an AMD person since I started building computers. What's there to say about this board? Plenty of features, love the UEFI BIOS, and it looks brilliant! But I have one issue... Who in their right minds made it to where the chipset sits right underneath the graphics card? My 5870 covers half the heat sink!