Summary: This board was included with a barebones deal in 2012. It's cheap and I know you get what you pay for. So take this review with a grain of salt. It's a low end board that works as expected. But if you are looking ofr a board you need to consider these things: 1. The two front USB headers and the SATA4 header are all covered up and basically in the way to install a big graphics card like an nVidia GTX 660. 2.
Summary: This review is not about this specific product but about BIOSTAR warranty coverage. Two years ago I bought the motherboard A760GM2+ in a retail store. The board failed some weeks ago but when I contacted Biostar they told me the motherboard was not covered by the warranty because they sold this motherboard to the retailer more than 3 years ago (the board has a 3 year warranty). They told me to contact the retailer to get covered by the warranty.
Summary: This board was dead on arrival. Or, rather, I should say that it was dying. Initially it was just dying slowly, but the failures accelerated until the thing was finally dead. Fortunately, none of my components were fried and I was able to get a good Gigabyte motherboard to replace it.
Summary: I have bought a few of these for office PCs. They are simple to install and have worked perfectly. I have no complaints. Its not an over clocker or gaming board but its simple and stable and that means a lot in the workplace.
Summary: I had a bit of a mishap initially from my side I must add, however once this Mobo was up and running I found it to be perfect for the one that it was replacing and cost effective rather than having to replace the whole system.