Summary: I bought this board early on from EVGA the first year it came out. I paired it with Intel i7 3770K CPU, 8 gigs of Gskill memory, Samsung SSD, Corsair AX750Gold, and Corsair H80 CPU Water cooling. Right out of the box my build went very well. I loved the vertical MB power connector.
Summary: Pros: Read the specs, Quality is built in for use and longetivity. I received this board as a replacement for a z-68 board from evga, I have it paired to a 2500k, runs rock solid. It seems most of the complaints here are bios related again, I have not had one problem.
Summary: The Bad: -The onboard features are located in an area where if you installed a pcie card in the fourth slot you will have to sacrifice those features; i.e. usb3.0, front panel HD audio connector, usb2.0 connector, etc. The board could have been designed to better position these features.
Summary: Pros: looks ok right angle 24pin Cons: -Bios is garbage -not enough memory support -blue usb 3 header? is this a joke? -ram slots are a different shade of red than the pci e slots -No overclock potential(i've gotten better clocks off 70$ boards) -packaging is a JOKE!!!
Summary: -So many features that it screams quality -Four-way SLI capable (Make sure your case accommodates it) -It is an EVGA product. In my opinion the highest quality products out there -Tons of on board four-pin fan connectors for the quietest and most efficient cooling -Three separate BIOS -Many more...
Summary: So far this board has worked just as expected. No issues whatsoever as far as installation and setup. The board has an impressive amount of features which should keep you busy for a while. My only gripe is with the board's BIOS.