Summary: I recently purchased this board to replace the same board (older revision date) that went belly up after only 3 years. I didn't want to have to re-install everything so I figured getting the same board would be the easiest way to avoid that pain. So far, it's working beautifully. The only complaint I have is that this board does not have a digital output for sound whereas my old board did.
Summary: This replaced a previous EVGA motherboard that had been in a fire. The processor and memory made it through so I was able to reuse them. Inserted the memory, CPU, a SSD, and installed Windows 7 64 bit. Everything works very well. No problems whatsoever. Very fast. Still have not been able to check the USB 3.0 as I do not have anything that is 3.0 compatible...yet. I definitely recommend this motherboard!
Summary: I've had no issues with the motherboard. It booted everything up as usual and runs flawlessly. I had to adjust the memory voltages to get 16GB to read but it ran stable. I returned it because it wasn't needed since I switched to an ASUS. It was as temp board I needed for now until I got my ASUS board. It's a great motherboard and first time using EVGA as a brand which I was pleased.
Summary: I bought 1 on December and it dint work at all. Got a replacement by Amazon best place to buy. It work good for 2 months. Now is having problem with bios. I have change the bios but no fix. I say EVGA trash because the main reason I bought this motherboard was because my other EVGA mother board worked for 2 years and then it started to have same problem that I have right now with the bios.
Summary: After installing everything and booting up my system, I noticed that only 2 out of 4G of memory is usable. The rest shows up as hardware reserved (win7 32-bit system). I then tried to see if I can adjust BIOS settings. However the system wouldn't boot again once I changed memory frequency. I cleared CMOS and tried to reboot, and the board goes into reboot cycle posting F6/F8. Apparently it's not an uncommon issue. Google it and you can find plenty of complaints.
Summary: Bought this mobo to replace a defective MSI X58 Pro board. Installed without a hitch, and didn't cause any problems with my dual boot Ubuntu 11.10 / Vista machine. Haven't used the SATA 6GB, SLI, or USB3.0 features. Only disappointment was that the front panel audio header is directly in line with the PCI slot - between the slot and the back of the case - so if you have a PCI card installed like I do you probably won't have clearance to connect that to your case for easy...