Summary: Motherboard worked fine out of the box, no complaints as far as that goes. But if you're installing a graphics card, be aware that it might block two of the sata ports. This occurred on a build of mine, with a EVGA 660ti. It didn't block the Sata III port, which is good, and I only needed a couple of ports, so it was fine for me.
Summary: I bought this on July 08,2013. In the first few months, it works in good condition but after 3 months, it cannot recognize my GTX 650 TI boost graphic card and stopped working. I need to reinstall my graphic card to make it work again. This occurs 6 or 7 times before it totally breaks down.... Now it cannot work any more even if I use the integrated graphic card . I think it is the problem of circuits on the board.
Summary: have been using it now for 3 months and have no problems with it. the blue and black looks cool. the only thing i was a little disappointed about that still bothers me is that it doesnt have hdmi. but thats my own fault for not noticing before buying it. but simple fix if you add a graphics card. all in all good board at a fair price!
Summary: This Motherboard is great for its price! there is OC in bios and you can use your mouse, which is nice. There reason being for why I gave this a 4/5 is because the power connector for the mobo has little support so I kinda had to make the mobo bend when connecting it. To solve this, I got the manual and folded it under the mobo to support the force. Overall I have no problem with this.
Summary: It works perfectly, the bios are easy to set up and everything is as expected! The plug ins for the power and ram and stuff seems weird, it doesnt really "snap" in. But all is good and Ive been using it and running it non-stop for a month now.
Summary: This motherboard has the basic features I needed and is running smoothly. It came with software that allows me to monitor the processor temperature from within Windows 8, which is nice. It does the trick.
Summary: This motherboard is priced very well for the features that it has. That being said, I will save my time listing its features since they are listed in the product description. There is only one issue with the board, and this has been addressed already in other reviews, so I will be brief. You will have to put some serious pressure on the board when attempting to connect the main power connector to the board.
Summary: I am in the process of transforming everything in my former Dell Inspiron 560 to a respectable gaming computer by replacing every single component, so I needed a good micro-ATX board, and this was the most reliable one I could find while retaining a good price. For your first build or just a budget build, this should be everything you need if you aim to use 2nd or 3rd generation Intel processors (LGA 1155).