Summary: This was my first computer build, and it went into a HTPC focused build. Paired it with a i5-4570S, and paired the board and CPU because I didn't want to screw with overclocking on my first computer. 16 GB's of DDR3-1600 RAM, Hyper TX3 CPU cooler, Samsung SSD, and WD 1 TB HDD. Works like a charm.
Pros: Everything is where it is supposed to be BIOS is nice Looks nice
Cons: Had issues with getting the 24-pin connector to seat properly, could be down to the PSU though. Lot more flex than I would have liked, but no issues whatsoever. Would have liked a different placement of the PCI 3.0 slot
Summary: I got this board as recommended by TonyMacx86. I didn't need the extra bells and whistles of the model up (like overclocking). The installation went smoothly and everything works on both the Windows and MacOS side (I had to downgrade the audio driver using MultiBeast on the MacOS side to get audio...
Summary: For a sub-$100 socket 1150 board its hard to beat the GA-H87-G3H. The board itself feels sturdy and did not creak or flex too much during installation. This is also one of few low-priced 1150 boards that doesn't seem to have DOA issues.
Pros: -Great build quality -Nice looks -stays at 28C no matter what I'm doing whether I'm just at idle or gaming for hours.
Cons: I tested it thoroughly and only found one thing that was wrong, which was the CPU OPT fan header was dead, but I didn't take an egg off because it's not that uncommon for a dead fan header and I use a fan controller so it didn't bother me. Other than that it is a fantastic board would buy it agai...