Summary: I have purchased 2 of these motherboards for 2 computer builds, one for myself and one for my wife.The second motherboard I used with my grandsons to teach them how to build a computer for their grandmother.
Summary: This is the first motherboard I've ever bought/owned. I chose this because I was looking into building PCs and this looked like a good starting ground. This board has all the essential features that you would need. As you can see from the pictures this board is super bare bones.
Summary: Fantastic board for non-overclockers. Also supports Xeon E3 processors for people who don't need integrated graphics. Great price/performance. Note that the Front Panel USB connector location could possibly interfere with a drive cage in smaller cases such as the Silverstone PS07B.
Summary: I bought five of these, four for machines at work, and one for a personal machine. One board was DOA. However, the amazon RMA process was unbelievably easy and the money was credited to my account the same day as UPS picked up the return package.
Summary: I have had this motherboard only a month, but so far have not had any problems. The only downside is that I cannot figure out how to turn on my computer from my laptop or cell phone using the on-board Ethernet adapter as I did with my other motherboard.
Summary: This board set up with no issues as a replacement for a major computer manufacturer's motherboard ,which was rife with problems, since buying the desktop 2 months ago. (It is a design issue so getting another motherboard from the manufacturer wouldn't resolve the problem) Push one key to set the...
Summary: I currently run this in my ESXI Server. Running 32 GB of ram and a i3 for a few game servers and generally for testing applications on different OS's. Bios is easy to navigate and I haven't had any trouble with it so far. ESXI installed right out of the box, no changes in the BIOs were necessary.