Summary: TL;DR I have tried top of the line AMD ASUS boards for 3 years with nothing but bad luck. Customer service is bad too. I have owned two of these Asus motherboards since 2012. They both lasted an average of six months. Asus's customer support is horrible and it takes hours to get through.
Summary: All I get is a RED CPU LED lit up. No BIOS beeps. No sound at all and of course not video onscreen. I've pulled memory and disconnected drives. No luck. I've never had a system fail to boot so I'm at a loss as to what to do. I've been very happy with ASUS boards in the past.
Summary: (sold by) Quantum Wireless, they just slapped a small label over the stock ASUS label saying it was a GEN3, But it's a PCIE- Express 2.0 not a PCIE 3.0. it doesn't say GEN3 on the box, the ASUS Book say's it's a PCIE 2.0 X16 a non GEN3.
Summary: At roughly 9 months of low to mediocre use of my machine, this motherboard burned out...literally. Small flame and all. haha. I would advise having a higher than recommended PSU with this mobo to help handle any bad wiring in the house as what is most likely the cause of my motherboard death.
Summary: ...I'm having a problem. I am using a Logitech Wheel trackball with a USB to PS/2 adapter and a generic PS/2 keyboard, both of which are connected to a KVM switch. The KVM switch cable's PS/2 connectors go to an Adesso ADP-PU21 PS/2 to USB adapter, which is connected to a USB 2.0 port on the...
Summary: I originally bought this MB from Amazon along with an AMD FX-8120 processor. I selected this MB despite the many bad reviews because it was supposedly built to last and for tough use. First, a few words on the design: It's a fairly good design.
Summary: First some background: I'm a professional software developer. So stability matters more to me than overclocking. I use a lot of virtual machines which means I need a lot of memory. My previous Asus board maxed out at 16gb, so I wanted to do an upgrade to get 32gb.