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 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.
Summary: Boots through to Windows instantly. Not an overclockers dream but it's superbly stable and recognized all my hardware. Using it with Intel Xeon E3-1230 V2 a Radeon 7970 and 2x4GB 1.35V DDR3 1600.