Summary: Overall great product, it has more ram slots then similar motherboards. The product overall works great. I have not had any major problems. The only minor issue I have is the led light of my hard drive does not work.
Summary: Excellent Gygabyte motherboard. One of the best and stable motherboards on the market. Works almost more than two years with no problems. Very reliable and supports memory very well as advertised.
Summary: awesome mobo,just sometimes freeze in game all pc,i need restart pc and work again CPU Support for an Intel Core™ 2 Extreme processor/ Intel Core™ 2 Quad processor/Intel Core™ 2 Duo processor/Intel Pentium Dual-Core processor/Intel Celeron processor in the LGA 775 package (Refer to CPU support list...
Summary: Piece of cake to set up. Super durable board has twice as much copper as other MBs. With Windows 7 installed it took less than 1/2 hour to download & install drivers. Best board yet, better than ASUS for L775 socket QUAD CORE and 8 GB of RAM.
Summary: I have another system with a gigabyte ga-ep45-ds3r it died after 2.5 years. RMA'd it to Gigabyte they replaced it and tested the new board before shipping it back to me. No problems with warranty replacement at all. They were great to work with.
Summary: I built my wife's computer and used this board, that was four years ago and it is still going strong. Her computer is left on 24/7 and I use my air compressor to blow out the PC about every six months.
Summary: This mobo is a solid value. I heartily recommend it. I own this mobo (Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3L) and Asus P5Q-E. The Asus costs $20 more, has more features. However, the Gigabyte is just such a solid value. It just works -- no fuss. Pros: PS/2 keyboard and mouse 6 SATA 8 USB on back.
Summary: So, I bought this motherboard to use for a hackintosh. It works flawlessly with snow leopard. PROS The board is big and easy to work with. Getting the CPU on is easy. The RAM slots are colour coordinated (so its easy to know which slots are dual-channeled, but I mean most mobos are this way now, its...