Summary: I've used numerous Gigabyte boards in the past and never had any issues. So when upgraded to a 4770k, I of course chose a Gigabyte board. I wasn't disappointed. OC is very easy, UEFI BIOS is great. Planning to use this board for several years to come. Recommend it to anybody.
Summary: I've been using this board for a couple months now, and haven't had any issues. It is a very sturdy board. Has a decent number of USB 3.0 and eSata ports on it. I use the onboard audio for my surround sound setup and haven't had any problems or issues with audio quality. The debug LED is very helpful and having a power button on the board itself can come in handy. I don't do any overclocking so I can't speak to how well the board can handle that.
Summary: I had this great idea that I would save $ and use my old case (Antec 900) but I didn't account for the USB 2.0 connectors that are wired in the case. I know I could have purchased some adapters but because there are 10 3.0's on the back, I'll get over it. So...2.0's on the front of the case and 3.0 in the back.
Pros: It's a MB that does everything GGB said it would do and IMO, it's priced right for the quality. I'm running the G.Skill Sniper Series (8X2GB) 19200 ram, I7 3.5 OC'd with no issues at all.
Summary: I read the review that stated that the install disc that comes with the board hosed their OS install...well they were right. I started with Windows 8 64 bit and then ran the install disc. Upon reboot selection, I selected update and restart...NO.. DO NOT DO THAT>>It sent me into a continuous loop of " Windows update failed to configure"..Darn..
Pros: Good looking board, well made and sturdy. It matches my G.Skill Ripjaws. Add a couple of case fans with Red LEDs and it looks subtly cool..
Cons: None at the moment, but see other thoughts..