Summary: MSI just works. I bought this to use for my nephew. I was really impressed. I paired this with a A10-7850K and Kingston 2133 Mhz memory and this inexpensive thing keeps up with BF4 no problem whatsoever. Very nice mobo for the cost!
Summary: It's true. This high-end looking board with "Military Class" specs lacks voltage control and MSI fails to mention this on their site. Asus and Gigabyte A88 mATX boards on the other hand do have voltage control. The A88X is AMD's top FM2+ chip so it's strange why MSI excluded that option, especially since the VRMs have a heatsink.
Summary: This is a good motherboard for the basics. It overclocked a little bit, and it seemed like a good quality board. However, the motherboard lacks overclocking features like DRAM voltage in 0.15V increments, and has no ability at all to change the CPU voltage, so no 'real' overclocking going on with this board. Also, I was plagued by an audio bug where there was constant interference, and the USB ports did not properly work.
Summary: Ordered this as part of a build for someone that also had 32GB of RAM. Great feature is when 16GB RAM sticks come out, this can be upgraded at that time to 64GB of RAM. That, along with the fastest of the Socket FM2 processors (A10 6800K at 4.1 GHz) and a Solid State Drive have that machine running super fast. The problem was it took a while to actually build.
Summary: This little board packs a good punch and allows for the creation of a beastly gaming rig with the right components. Pros: Has all the features you'd want out of the gate except one minor hiccup for me Cons: No easy way to configure Raid
Summary: attaching my CPU and heat sink to this board was easy, and so was the memory. My only complaint would have to be that the manual does not tell you which slots to put the memory into. (It tells you to use a you tube link to find the info instead.