Couldnt be happier, until the board had to be RMA'd.
Robert Tegland, Amazon
4 February 2014
Summary: Side note: Do not update to the bios version from 3/2013 unless you plan to run Windows 8. It will limit your CPU voltage to 1.446 and you cannot flash back to previous versions of the bios. Other then that, I couldnt be happier. Awesome, user friendly bios as well.
Summary: First time building a computer. Was very simple and easy to understand, could use was slightly confused on how to put together the case power from the motherboard. Had to look up from a manual (was not provided)
Summary: I bought this board and installed a Phenom II x4 965 and Kingston HyperX 16GB 1600MHz RAM. I had to hard set the RAM settings to get it to work at 1600MHz. The 965 was overclocked to 4GHz pretty easily and running full load at around 50C with a Hyper 212+ cooler. Pros: 1. Price 2.
Summary: It is what I expected. If I had more to spend I would have selected a different MB but this gave me a lot of bang for the buck and I was on a budget. I wish it had a header for the 3.0 USB ports so they could be brought to the front of the case.
Summary: This is my first board featuring a UEFI bios, I love it. I'm running the 8350 cpu, updated the bios to be compatible with it by purchasing a $30 Sempron processor. Quick note, just for fun I overclocked the Sempron 145 to 4.0 ghz and it was incredibly quick considering the price (you can even unlock...
Summary: So far so good! Have not found a single issue with this board. The fact that it has a 32GB memory cap alone is worth the buy. I'm not sure why the guy before me gave this product only 1 star since it doesnt say on in the product details anywhere that it supports DDR2s nor on the box.