Summary: first board worked fine then 6 months latter sata went bad. got replacement and sata bad and usb 3.0 was unknown device. 2nd took me 2 days to install win 7 pro.would bad install couldnt repair and had to use another computer to zerofil.
Summary: i bought two MSI motherboard from warehouse deals and sent me all Post booting issue problems. I had to call MSI Tech support to get to try to solve my Power on but hangs at POST 0x99, will not proceed further.
First unit came defective, second unit came defective but functional enough,
29 December 2013
Summary: First unit had ram problems and no ram modules would work. Second unit is unable to change the speed of the CPU cooler. At least it uns on full speed all the tiem so over heating isn't too much of an issue,
Summary: This board DOES work with Richland processors. MSI started to make these boards with the updated Bios in May of 2013. As of December 2013 Amazon Stock the boards with the newest bios that work with Richland processors. This board works fine and I have had no trouble with it.
Summary: That's all I care for. Getting something by post always has a chance of a big hassle if something goes wrong, or doesn't work. Well, there is no problem with this so far. Usually if a week goes by with solid state electronics, with no probs, chances are it will last.
Summary: This looked like a great buy; the mobo was within the specs I wanted and even though I saw some poor reviews, I did my best to look past them. In all my years of purchasing online, I've never had a product be delivered DOA, twice.
First build with a MSI board not a good impression
Kindle Customer, Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: bought this board for a htpc built , Everything was delivered in good shape nothing dented crushed anything like that. Put everything together turn it on the power supply trips out try another power supply same thing the board was no good had a short in it.
Summary: this mobo has alot of features that others dont have in the same price range like 6gb/s sata transfer. and i like the bios menu which is a mouse clicking type, overclocking is super easy just click and set it to how fast you want it.