Summary: Purchased this little guy for a hackintosh build. Currently running OS X 10.8.4 with a Core i5 3.4 GHz CPU and 16GB of RAM. I have no problems on the install. I also run Windows 7 for some light gaming and I have had no issues or hiccups so far.
Summary: This board is nothing fancy, and offers little in the way of new or cutting-edge tech, but it certainly gets the job done at a reasonable price. I was torn between this or a mini-ITX z77 Ivy Bridge build, but the price finally won me over for this board. No regrets.
Summary: It's a good board for a modest gaming machine for my kids. Display port/dvi/hdmi work great with onboard HD4000 video using an i5 3570K cpu. But updating the BIOS is a little inconvenient since there's no QFlash builtin utility like on other Gigabyte boards. I had to google for a "FreeDOS" image to make a bootable USB stick and copied the bios file and update utility onto it as well.
Summary: Works straight out of the box with the new unibeast mountain lion. No extra configurations besides the no fuss installation option on multibeast. Good buy and cheap. However, mine crapped out randomly after a little less than one month due to I think static by me but amazon replace it no problem!
Summary: I've gone through quite a few motherboards, graphic cards, and sound cards trying to build my ultimate 'budget' hackintosh system. So far this board has performed admirably. With only a few tweaks, it worked almost right away. I also like the board because it has an SPDIF output which I'll use when I switch the system over to the media system side for watching movies in surround sound. Great capable board for the price!
Summary: Bought this board for an budget build having good experience in the past with gigabyte products. Unfortunately this board was trouble from day 1, firstly it would not boot into the bios welcome screen, the CPU fan would spin for a few second then stop then spin again again and stop, it would do this over and over unless I'd turn of the power.
Summary: Used this mobo to build a home server, with 5 x 3tb WD red drives, i3 ivy bridge with integrated hd4000 gfx, 4gb ram. Easy install for Windows 7 using supplied driver disk. all components easy to fit, and has worked very well for several weeks of intensive use by several folks / devices streaming media concurrently.