Summary: Love this mobo, still learning things it can do everyday but I've had no issues. Trust the other more in-depths reviews to get more of a flavor for what it can do. Will stick with this model for upgrades (Z97-UD3H) for friends.
Summary: Always been a fan of Gigabyte. Solid and Stable performer. I love the HD BIOS with mouse. With my Delidded 4770K and GF770 this mobo rocks. Only complaint is that the time keeps resetting to pacific time randomly on reboot, maybe something with the dual BIOS i haven't looked into yet but it gets annoying to have to go into the BIOS to keep adjusting the time, all other setting are kept. Other then that this is a good board for the price.
Summary: This was the motherboard I used to build my gaming PC. I'm no expert, but I am happy with the quality. It can easily fit two high-end graphics cards if you really want to. There is also plenty of space for Ram. If you need more than the 8GB recommended for gaming PCs, you can easily add more. It's been about a year, and it's still running strong. What I really liked about it is the troubleshooting display. It will show codes to represent the board's status.
Summary: I used this as my mobo for my first hackintosh build with Mavericks. Everything worked great, no issues at all. I was reading reviews about issues and problems, but mine came clean: it looks solid and sturdy and everything was packaged nicely. All ports are working great.
Summary: The LAN connection is starting to give me problems,it is failing,starting to lose internet connection and i have Verizon FIOS,so at first i thought it was my internet connection,wasn't,then i thought it was my either net cable,so i have bought and gone through 3 either net cables,now my USB ports are giving me problems,they are starting to fail,thought it was my USB optical mouse,it is not,my key board,a Corsair MK4O multi backlit is hooked into a 2.0 USB bracket i had...