Summary: AM3 compatible, which was a pleasant surprise since that was stated on the description. Supports 125 Watt CPUs. Installed and booted up easily. Runs windows 7 64 with no trouble. This board gives a 3.4 performance rating though, mainly due to the on board video.
Summary: Great motherboard and has everthing on it I needed. The pci exspess slots are way to close.I could not hook up 2 radeon 5770 Graphic card in it. I got idea of the motherboard from a 5 star review in max pc.All the port work and have tried pulling on them.Nothing seems glued together.
Summary: I should have done better research...bad me... The board is fine. It's usual Gigabyte quality, it's been super stable, etc etc. However, I purchased this for an HTPC. The onboard Radeon HD 2100 lacks the UMPH to really push blurays.
First time installing a mobo and everything on it, went like a breeze and the board's brillliant.
DuWayne Brayton, Amazon
8 November 2010
Summary: My processor and/or my mobo died the other night while I was attempting to install a video card that would allow it to play stuff from my computer, on the tee vee. $126 later, I am rocking away on my budget special.
Great Value...Know What You're REALLY Getting First, Though...
20 May 2010
Summary: As another reviewer mentioned, the illustrations and lack of clear product descriptions are misleading. You're getting a product that has gone through five revisions since this was first advertised, and the differences are large.
Summary: This motherboard turned out to be the perfect replacement for a 3-year-old e-machines motherboard that failed (buldging capacitors-- from that bungled batch out of China a few years ago probably), with one major exception. It is not the board pictured.
Summary: Other reviewers said their boards died. After a month this one is still running. There was one problem that might be my settings. Although RAM used is rated at 1066 I could not coax it to run at that speed.
Summary: I'm replacing my 1 year old motherboard with the same model. This is the only one that fits my Cyber Power computer. My other one is still under warranty but Gigabyte wants me to go through so much to get a replacement I'm better off buying a new one.