Summary: this is a great entry level motherboard it is relatively cheap and, and it just plain works. i have been personally using this motherboard for a few months and have had no issues with it since i bought it. it does feel a little flimsy when putting in ram but you get what you pay for.
Summary: THe install for my new build was made even easier by this motherboard. Super fast assembly, and I can compare it to other MicroATX that I have purchased before. Works well with an APU build, and the components do not look cheap, and offer several inputs.
Summary: So far I have used this board on 2 builds, Both with 6600K Apu's. Not doing anything heavy duty with the builds, One for my father in law and one for my work computer. No glitches at all in the builds with either computer. Both used 8 gigs of Kingston Hyper X 1600 ram.
Summary: I needed a reasonably priced A75 motherboard for a 6800k APU pc and this fit the bill perfectly. So many other A75 motherboards seemed to be luck-of-the-draw, with many requiring a BIOS update for Richland/2133 RAM support, this board did not.
Summary: systems are rock solid and very quick in all my work. a10-5800k this board 16gb ddr3 1866 g skill sniper (2nd system 8gb of sniper 2133) 128 gb ssd plextor 500 gb western blue hdd
Pros: after playing with a couple of sets of g skill sniper memory ( one set 16gb of ddr1866 and the other 8gb ddr2133) i finally figured how to set the BIOS correctly for the memory. What I had to do was set it to profile 1 in the bios and then it read the memory correctly in both cases. I had never h...
Cons: not clear on how to use higher speed memory in the board maybe the manual could be better there.