Summary: I bought this for a new PC build. The motherboard was DOA - no signs of life whatsoever. I called Gigabyte, who explained that I have to mail the product to them, at which time they will try to repair it. Turnaround could take up to two weeks.
Pros: Seemed like a good price point for the features
Summary: Don't RMA to Gigabyte. They tend to make excellent products (I've used them for years), but lemons do occur, and it seems I got one. For what I am paying with shipping, I could have gotten a much better board. Not only that, but I wouldn't be without a computer for so long.
Pros: Good specifications, decent layout
Cons: DOA, DOA, DOA. Yes, that is 3 DOA's. First, it was DOA coming from Newegg. I made the mistake of RMA'ing it to Gigabyte (they requested, saying it was likely they just needed to flash the firmware as I am using a newer Haswell). Upon arrival they said it had bent pins, they fixed that and sent it...
Summary: (Pardon for my English) After one year of not heavy usage, this board is dead, it freezes at the start up screen and shows a black screen right after it, tried to clear out cmos and switch to backup bios, both didn't solve the problem anyway.
Be aware this board is not a good choice if you want to upgrade your graphics card
1 February 2015
Summary: Was brilliant however be aware that if you try to change parts that where it is let down on changing a graphics card (usually easy) of pops a chip that is suitated right next to the pci-16 slot