Summary: This is a good board but it was refurbished, ie was a good board. This has nothing to do with the store purchased from. It has to do with being refurbished. It gave out right after the warranty. Not to say that all are bad, but in this case i will stay away from refurbished electronics.
Summary: I bought this board to replace a Asus board which doesn't like Linux OS. I didn't install it right away and when I did install it, I could never get it to work. I had to reinstall the Asus board which I hate and now I am out the $98 I paid for the MSI board.
Summary: I usually like MSI motherboards, however on a recent computer build this motherboard would not boot up passed the checking NVRAM on 2 boards. I worked with their forums and with their customer service department and while they did respond, it was not necessarily as fast as I would have hoped.
Summary: I had my son set up on an older nForce Abit board with a Phenom 9850 Quad-core (125watt). The CPU was always running hot and just never seemed to run right. I ended up pairing the nForce MSI NF750-G55 with a AMD Phenom II 840 3.2 Ghz and 4GB DDR3 Mushkin Silverline Ram.
Summary: This will be my first gaming board an after about a month i have to say its worth the money, very efficient for a mid gamer tower easy to use bios an overclocking system. All in all im very happy to have purchased this board.
Summary: This is a wonderful MB for those who want an AMD processor with the possibilities of SLI, not Crossfire. Board has plenty of SATA connectors and USB 2.0 ports, has DVI and HDMI out, on-board raid controller, and legacy connectors for IDE and floppy drives.
Summary: i looking for a good motheboard, used and old intel desktop boaard and want to improvement the processor video and stuff, i was looking for and AMD solutions and nvidia graphics cards,i found this one and i am very happy with this producto so far.