Pros: This board was used for a customer replacement over 6 months ago. I know this person and the computer stays on nearly 24/7. the board has not failed yet. My advice to all--get a good power supply.
Cons: The manual is a bit scant but all I needed was the pin settings
Summary: I might try to return this mobo for another one.
Pros: The detailed bios made it easy to switch to the settings I needed to install Windows.It had the correct IDE,CPU,Power,and video cables and slots to plug into my tower.
Cons: I thought It was a halfway decent mobo until I Came across this problem with the VGA driver. Ever since that problem occurd I Havent been able to set the computer up. It also comes with a really crummy software CD. If I were you I wouldn't get this mobo its a piece of junk.
Pros: Worked great with my AMD XP 2600. Onboard video isn't bad..
Cons: Spent a week trying to install sound and USB drivers until I realized they weren't enabled in bios. I've been building computers for 20+ years, have never seen onboard components delivered disabled.
Summary: Not much. A couple of extra onboard headers on the uATX/mATX (To keep the newegg community happy)board would've been nice.
Pros: I've read a lot of reviews on this board and was very hesitant to purchase, but as another newegger stated, "...there really aren't many boards to choose from in the Socket A (462) family. I too had a eMachines w3052, Semprom 3000+, 512 MB SDRAM, PC2700 machine whose board hit it. For those keepi...
Cons: 1. Barebones board, no question, but whatcha expect. The technology alone is totally old school. You're not dealing with socket. Things would be easier if it were Socket (AM2), 754 or 939, but it's not. 2. I do agree with another reviewer, another onboard USB header would've been great. Since I h...