Summary: After getting this product and spending a few DAYS trying to get it working, I did some back-research into the brand XFX and found that their boards are well below reliable. I needed to get the nForce 750i SLI board to replace the board I had in previously, which was EVGA Branded, and the XFX was the closest I could find. However, the board was new and unopened but was already faulty. Have had nothing but dramas since the second I installed the board into the computer.
Summary: This board looks nice; that's about it. It barely worked for me. Had a lot of freezing and blue-screens. Horrible for overclocking. Board died a few days ago. I now run a G31 chipset. AVOID XFX!
Summary: Horrible motherboard. Horrible support. MB is very crashy. Do yourself a big favor and don't buy any products from this company. This is not a quality company for motherboards. I had 2 of these 750i boards and wow what a mistake that was!
Summary: I brought one of these boards about 6 months ago and had nothing but trouble with it stright out of the box BSD and very unstable both running SLI and with out ... It took XFX support ( or if thats what you call it ) 4 months to offer an RMA and even then .. i had trouble with that ...
Summary: Their shipped-with BIOS is very poor, and it's a known issue. Updating the BIOS is job one, but in order to get access to it, you have to fill out a form and open an "account" with them. After doing so, they force a "validation" process on you, the end of which results in the website confirming validation, and then summarily refusing to allow you to download the file, asking you, again, for "validation".
Summary: If your board works fine than you have nothing to complain, but if your board ever become defective in the warranty period prepare for one of the worst technical support experience. Once you start a support ticket the technicican would ask you to do all type of ridiculous test and not give you rma number they run you in circle even though you know for sure its the board.