Summary: I managed to snag one of these off of EVGA Bstock for a bargain price as I wanted a better board to put my i7 2600K and GTX 770 on (previous was a MSI one with only a single pci-E 16x slot) I have heard many issues with power supplies and c post code problems, but at the price I paid I took a chance and luckily mine worked, I'm using a Corsair TX750w on it.
Summary: Amazing, fits my computer so nicely in the NZXT Vulcan desktop case thing. lots of ports and SLI is a great plus. Only reason why its 4 stars is that the header connection for the Audio thing is in the back right where the graphic card stuff goes.
This board is amazing for a mid-end gaming PC or office.
Joshua R., Amazon
18 May 2013
Summary: Like all EVGA products, This product is amazing. It is very well built, Love the POST display on the board for one, Two the status LED's light up an open faced computer case actually pretty nicely. This board is perfect for any size case. It's very small so it can be tucked away, but it can also be placed in a bigger case for SLI with big video cards, many HDD's and more. The packaging is great. Comes with everything you need and more.
Displayed an error 55, "No Memory Installed" on initial power up
Saint Mary, Amazon
15 February 2013
Summary: Purchased this $72.47 for a new system and now I am replacing it at my own expense! The Ballistix Sport DIMMs I installed were "guaranteed-compatible" by Crucial. I tried each DIMM separately in the #1 slot just in case I had a bad DIMM. Nope. Poor quality control. I received an old BIOS. I bought a replacement motherboard elsewhere. Caveat Emptor! On my own I discovered EVGA updated the BIOS after they built this motherboard.
First board gave me a "C" code on first boot...dead board
Tim Joyce, Amazon
5 September 2012
Summary: I did some checking on the internet and found a few people with the same problem. I tried all the suggestions that were made on various web sites to remedy the problem. Nothing worked - so i had to send it back to EVGA in return for another one. In order to do that, you have to start an RMA process with them. Then, I paid to have another board shipped back to me (thinking it would be about 3 days).
Summary: Their official webpage says "Supports Intel Socket 1155 Processors" and those are ivy and sandy bridge. So I bought an intel i7 3770k but it didn't booted and got a 55 error, so I googled it and the only place where I found this is not compatible is at newegg reviews where several users have this problem too. And the worst is that I can't return this item because I don't live in the US, it'd be too expensive.
Summary: I wanted to put together a HTPC to watch Hulu, Netflix and such on the TV without going through consoles (360/PS3) or being limited in my viewing (thanks Hulu), so I was in search of a small motherboard. I looked at the really small factor ones and was tempted, but fear of one day wanting to upgrade some part and not having expansion slots or whatever ruled, so I decided this gem.
Summary: This motherboard has some really great features, and only a few small issues. First of all IT WILL NOT SUPPORT IVY BRIDGE PROCESSORS and there is not a BIOS update to fix that. the only other issue was that with a video card installed its rather difficult to get to the RAM clips, but that's not a big issue.
Summary: I bought this board along side a purchase of 2 GTX 560Ti's. I never thought about how close the SLI capable PCI Express slots on the motherboard are! The cards fit and work fine, however I have much higher temps on the top card. I have reconfigured my cooling system to make up for this, but it's still not perfect. The bios / uefi is *alright* at best. Some settings are kind of buried and some settings have strange names.