Summary: bought this MOBO as part of a kit. It is a decent board but scaled down with the intent to be used in a small chassis. There was only one system fan and my box requires two. Not sure of what to do now. This MOBO only has one of each type of PCI connector so using two video cards is not possible
Summary: I wasn't expecting a lot from the low priced board, but after the installation, I was very satisfied. I put a Intell 3.10 gb processor on it and it was more then I expected in performance. I higly recommend it.
Summary: Bought this board as part of a combo with a processor and ram. Had it for a couple of months and everything seemed fine. That is until I tried to upgrade the ram and discovered through trail and error that one of the DIMM slots was defective.
Summary: came with a barebone kit. as 2 memory slots that can accept 2 sticks of 16 gb for a total of 32 gb. compatible with 1333 mhz and 1600 mhz but not with the 1866 mhz. can accept an i3, i5, or i7 processor. Very happy with it.
Summary: I sympathize with wizwar100 (Could Be Better), the naming used by Gigabyte is confusing. B85M-HD3 has 2 memory slots while B85M-D3H has 4 memory slots. Catch that? I didn't at first. No star deducted because it isn't really about the board's performance.
Summary: Went through numerous attempts to get this board to boot from the hard drive. Bios setup would not always come up. After over a week back and forth with Gigabyte, they finally gave me a case number. I hope the replacement works better!