Excerpt: * No problems w. installation or boot, detected all hardware completely* Colour scheme appears great* Easy and incredibly functional BIOS * Northbridge runs much hotter than I expected. I have a CM Sniper case with lots of ventilation, but if I turn the fans down - not off, just down - the NB clears 60 degrees at idle.* The bundled computer software is prone to error when measuring my CPU tempurature, both too higher and also low.
Excerpt: Completely fantastic board. But I was 1st shipped a undesirable board. The 1st board shipped was really unstable and had issues with the BIOS, Ethernet, and memory slots. Get in touch with the 1st board a fluke. I'd give 5 stars, but the 1st board was wrought with flaws.
Excerpt: State of the art. Many valuable capabilities. USB3 and SATA3. Helpful Manual. Easy to use assistance pages. I am quite content with the outcome and accomplishment starts and ends with the motherboard. It was simple to assemble. The supplied manual addressed almost all of the concerns that came up. This program responds almost immediately in all methods. The kids graphics intensive games are no sweat. Applications "opens" are all neglible time.
Excerpt: Great board at a decent cost This is the second time I bought this board. I am partial to Newegg and also ASUS. The difficulty is the LAN didn't function. In fact, apart from not operating, it wasn't even getting recognized in the bios. I was about to RMA it but tried ASUS tech assistance. As it turns out this is a known bug. During the testing of the motherboard the testing software turns off the LAN.
Excerpt: -Excellent BIOS for overclocking-Push button overclocking-USB3-Great on-board HD audio -Having trouble receiving my 6GBs of Kingston RAM to run larger than 1600MHz (it's rated at 2000MHz). -Didn't consist of enough screws to seat the board onto the case, but thankfully my case came with a bunch of extras. The motherboard manual is a bit confusing...
Excerpt: Nothing at all to complain about in it's function and potential to run my RAM, Processor and video card at wonderful speeds. Very user friendly (Relatively) BIOS Don't get me incorrect, I recognize this is a Micro Board, however, the placement of the PCI and PCI express ports would be better for me if flip flopped :( Just be very conscious ahead of acquire that this board has in essence 1 PCI OR 1 PCI Express... and if you use two graphic cards, it has NONE.
Excerpt: Great solid board. Fantastic bios for overclocking. Sata six and usb 3 is a good add on also. Has a 3 year warranty with it. Rest of the manufactures are 1 year now on micro-atx. Would not help my ram in x.m.p mode. Similar ram that i ran in my Rampage two Extreme with no matters. As now i am stuck at 1,600mhz and i have two,000 mhz ram.Hopefully a newer bios will fix the matters with the ram.
Excerpt: - Virtually everything is a pro with this motherboard!- For overclockers, incredibly robust BIOS capabilities I've put it in a HTPC chassis (Sylverstone LC13B), with a RADEON HD 6950 2Gb graphic card, no more than-heating challenge whatsoever.- Outstanding sound! But study the cons... 1- Excellent sound but broken Via-ASUS driver interface! If plugging a headphone, By way of popup asking a confirmation (annoying in the finish).
Excerpt: from all the X58 miniATX (including Rampage II) this is the one particular that runs the coolest. stock CPU heatsink and fans operating at 1000-1500 rpm are enough if you don't OC.superb excellent in the componentshas USB3, which, in my opinion, is far superior than eSATAtriple-channel rocks for multitasking you require to use the suggested RAM if not you might encounter troubles with CPU temp, fans speed and regulation, and SATA 6.some HDD (WD) are not seriously great...
Excerpt: I appreciate the ASUS BIOS, and the truth that it is SATA 6GB/s ready. Anything hooks up properly and the header adapters make attaching everything uncomplicated. The PCI slots are covered by any modern video card. I use 460's in SLI and now have no PCI slots accessible. Also, the sideways SATA ports can be hard to get plugs in to. I get that it is a MicroATX board but couldn't a couple ports get put in upright?