Summary: First off, I will like to state that my computer is only for personal use. I do run a small scale online clothing blogshop with it though. This motherboard was chosen as there was not alot of choices with regards to AMD FM2+ Micro ATX boards around.
Summary: I picked this MoBo up for a budget build I did for a friend of mine. I really picked it for it's price point, it seemed to be a good, reputable board that fit the APU I already decided on. It looks nice in an all-black/silver coloring.
Pros: 100% stable for 24 hours even CPU overclocked at full furmark + Prime 95 load with an A10-5800k @ 4.3ghz (Hyper 212+ cooler). Reasonable feature set for the money
Cons: Won't boot at 1866. Like other reviewers I can't get the board to boot at 1866 RAM speeds. I upped voltage as high as 1.65V and manually loosened all possible timings to their max value, so that isn't the issue either. RAM runs fine at 1600 and tight timings though. Increasing the base clock even...
Summary: Gigabyte is known for making some pretty good motherboards. This one, which falls into the budget segment, is a decent FM2 AMD socket board. I used it in a build for a customer, and they have been very happy. The board came with the latest BIOS release for it, which was nice.
Summary: For those having memory speed issues its easy to fix. Directions: Go to bios select memory settings you need to change the profile to profile1 save and restart. my memory was at 1333 but after I changed it my memory ran at its max speed 1600. Hope this helps. :)
Summary: seems to be working well so far. You will need to upgrade the APU graphics driver in order to have anything better than a 1 on the windows score. My 1600 ram will only run at 1333. I think it is an issue with the mother board.
Pros: I didn't have any of the display issues some of the other reviewers had. My bios came with version 2 stock.
Cons: the vga and dvi outs are not as sturdy as other boards I have owned. boot order resets any time anything changes, even widows drivers. I have had to reassign the boot order more times than I care to count.