Summary: It's actually much better than I thought it would be. I usually don't consider motherboards with only two memory slots but this works well for it's purpose and the price ($40) is hard to beat! Biostar is the brand I usually use and it's so far been pretty good for the past 5-6 years.
Summary: Seems to give my celeron CPU a bit too much voltage. I'm not sure if it's an inaccurate reading on the motherboard's part, if the CPU is bad, or what the issue is, but either way it makes me a little nervous to see it getting 1.53 volts when it really should only get like 1.2-1.1.
Summary: not many power phases so higher wattage cpus might be taxing on the vrm but works great for my 65watt i3
Pros: -good board also got the yellow one which is the newer revision (bonus!) -pci-e 3.0 -fits in my mini itx case -super cheap at $40 and works great love biostar boards they are cheap no frills but solid and reliable. Also have the TA970 AMD board from biostar and love that one
Summary: Pros- looks good on paper. Decent price versus specs. Cons- 2 motherboards came Dead On Arrival. Biostar customer service is prompt but not accurate. Information given is contradiction to what is printed. No jumpers on board. Layout is tight and thought out very well for builds.
Summary: Great for a buyer on a budget. Has only 1 case fan header so beware of that, but it does have overclocking supoport and features you find on higher end boards. Overall works as it is supposed to without a hitch.