Summary: Arrived DOA. RMA'd back and got a refund, went with the Intel DP55KG. Never looked back. Mind you, this was 1.5 years ago. Still, will never deal with any Gigabyte products again. Cheap knockoffs in my opinion, don't cheap out on the skeleton for your new build!
Summary: Since I bought this mobo, based on a tech friend of mine, I've had nothing but problems. Popped in 8GB of DRAM, and it saw only 4GB when Win 7 (64 bit) booted. (Using an i5 CPU.) Now it's decided to only recognize 2GB. Bought new, high-end RAM, but... no go.
Summary: I chose this board because it offered me a great set of options for for a good price and because it was supposed to be easily 'hackintoshable'. True to the word, it was a breeze to set up, it's been working flawlessly in my hackintosh for more than a year now.
Summary: Pretty satisfied with this board. Was stable right out of the box. Easy to install, Updating the BIOs is a snap with the tools. If you like to run your stuff a little hot, there is a good set of tools included to clock it up.
Summary: This is an incredible board. It was purchased to install OSX on (as Gigabyte boards are perfect for hackintosh builds) and with only the smallest amount of tweaking I am currently writing this review from OSX.
Summary: I have been using this motherboard for a couple months now. I am running an i7 870 processor with a GTX460 OC graphics card. I build a new computer every couple years and this was the easiest yet. It is running off a 650W Antec power supply and even has a BluRay burner.
Summary: When I decided I wanted to upgrade my system, I decided I wanted something that would carry over for a little while. This board has USB 3 capabilities. It has a lot of expansion slots and a lot of USB/SATA connectors.
Summary: I had been looking for a Motherboard that wasn't overly expensive and found this one with all the main features of the more expensive ones like USB 3.0, it was very easy to install and everything was nicely labeled, however take notice that I did one mistake which was that I neglected the 8 Pin...