Computer motherboards have a half-life of like, two weeks
26 July 2014
Summary: Kick-ass motherboard. But then again, what the hell do I know about motherboards? Well, I always research the hell out of computer components, so I must have picked this for a reason. So go ahead, buy it. I mean, unless everything's changed. Computer motherboards have a half-life of like, two weeks.
Summary: I feel very good about my motherboard. I do not need to repower my PC because what use is sufficient and it is also difficult to find a motherboard with five PCI modules and is economical, fast and well updated.
Summary: Mine is the one that doesn't have the yellow & red memory slots on it but it has been a very good board for me. I am currently running the following on mine, * Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit Build 2600 * 4GB (1x4GB) DDR2 800 G.Skill High Performance Gaming Memory * Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 2.5GHz 6MB L2...
Summary: I use computers professionally and build a lot of machines. This motherboard gave no end of grief, I tried twice to build a machine around it, the second time it wouldn't stay up long enough even to accept an operating system.
Summary: I recently had an issue with a previous Motherboard that had a corrupt BIOS flash. I had purchased this board not knowing that it exceeded the other features I had on my board prior. Best bang for the buck. Overclocking features and very stable.
Summary: Great little motherboard. I bought this to replace my ASUS MoBo that I had before (pro-tip, don't buy ASUS motherboards). My ASUS was having all sorts of problems, such as cutting my video when I plugged a USB drive in, to never recognizing my keyboard unless I powered on from a cold boot...