Summary: I'm a 20 year repair and system builder. I've been using Asus mobos for the past 10 years and I have to say that this mobo install went every bit as well as my last Asus mobo. It is a solid mobo with Japanese solid state capacitors and a great bios. I replaced a failed Acer Mobo in a Gateway Computer.
Summary: This works fine if you want to just OC a little. There's no CPU voltage control, so, no overvoltaging is possible; only a RAM voltage control. Also, I don't know why exactly, but my CPU frequency is stuck at 3.6ghz even after I cleared the CMOS. It should drop down to 3.4ghz. I also have the latest BIOS update. (Intel i7 2600K).
I'm typing this on the computer I built with this board.
6 April 2014
Summary: I normally use ASUS for MOBO's but I read the reviews and Gigabyte has a good reputation so I decided to try it and it has been running fine for 6 months now. It was easy to install and the connectors are clearly labeled.
Summary: I purchased this motherboard because I needed a mATX motherboard that could fit into a new case I ordered. I had previously owned an older ATX P67 board which worked well. This board is overall pretty good. It has four memory slots, room for two graphics cards, and a fair number of USB ports on the back, along with plenty of USB headers on the board itself for expansion cards. What I don't like about this board is the overclocking support.