Summary: You wont be getting SLI functionality, or any other fancy stuff of that nature out of this MOBO, but it works well enough for a cheap motherboard. I could list a few complaints, but that would be pointless considering the price is so low and they're to be expected.
Summary: Bought a nice i5-3570 CPU along with this mobo for my new build, but the i5-3570 is in the newer "Ivy Bridge" class of LGA1155 CPUs, not the older "Sandy Bridge" that this mobo and its BIOS 3.1 was designed for.
Summary: Bought this because my other motherboard was DOA (pci-express slot wansn't working) I read the features and it sounds good even better than the last mobo I thought was good. It's a full size which is nice the layout is pretty clean. Supports up to 32 gbs, but I'm pretty sure I'll hit 12 for my max.
Summary: I am using this with a Intel Core I5-2500K. This board is FAST and easy to setup. I did have an issue because I wanted to use RAID. The BIOS needed to be upgraded so the Intel RAID function would work.
Summary: Paired with an i5-2400S, works great. Bought it for 84 bucks, didn't do the rebate, SO CHEAP! Allows for turbo boost overclocking, so could probably get any second gen Sandy Bridge to max turbo freq.