Summary: Needed to build a Home Theater PC for the Family room. Replaced an old AMD single core with an Nvidia G210. Great MOBO! Added an A6-6400k and 4 gigs of Crucial ballistix sport. VERY satisfied. The only problem I had was the picture wasn't full screen. So I found the overscan setting. And brought it up to 100%. Works perfectly now.
Summary: It's good for a budget build that doesn't need too many bells or whistles, but you might be better off spending a little extra money for something better. Dual Bios also would have been cool, had I ever made it that far.
Pros: It was small, pretty and had a detailed manual with it.
Cons: Was DOA. Couldn't get it to bring up any sort of video. I used two different video cards, from the same manufacturer, and still couldn't get the build to work. Thankfully the RMA process was easy enough.
Summary: Great motherboard, works well with my A8-6600k processor along with this RAM: HX318C10FRK2/8 (Look it up on Amazon) I was able to find an option in the BIOS to allow my processor 2GB for graphics, so that's really nice. I believe I had to hit force integrated graphics or something. (Don't remember off the top of my head) My computer always beeps when it starts up but I'm pretty sure it's just complaining because I don't have a graphics card.
Summary: I needed to meet a strict budget for a media PC running an A10-6800K. At the price point, you can't expect much from a motherboard, but as usual Gigabyte crams as much as they can into the space. The board is solid. The BIOS takes a little getting used to, but it's really no different than most other UEFI BIOS. The CPU has no trouble running in this board and having an x16 PCIe slot available for future upgrades is nice as well.