Primary uses: Gaming, Programming, derping on the internet.
I loved how small this motherboard was at first...and then I had to start building with it. It is small which I thought "Oh awesome, there will more space in my case."
It was a giant pain in the *** to work on especially when plugging everything into it, (everything meaning the cords that gave power to the fans, the front leds, power switch etc.) because of how small it is. It was difficult for me to fit my hands in between everything else that was plugged in without touching the mobo, but I have small hands, so I managed.
The way the "ports" are labelled is convoluted but the manual that came with it shed some light. There where 4 Sata ports labelled Stat1-Sata4, which was confusing at first.
In the end it wasn't bad, and for the price this is a very good mobo. It's not that often one would have to work on it anyway.
It has and HDMI port, two USB ports and two USB 3.0 ports. (Among other kinds of ports.)
Works great! The only problem is that sometimes when I play video games, I hear a high pitched sound coming from one of the fans. It sounds as if the fan is maybe a little out of balance or something? I'm a little concerned but for now it works fine. I don't know how to fix it.
It has an extra HDMI port. :D (among other kinds of ports)
The case is amazing and has lots of airflow. The top can be pulled off with ease but won't come off on its own. I like how the hard drive trays are positioned. It is positioned so that the trays slide out from the front after the panel is removed. It made it easier to work on and remove. The fans are easily removable. It also has a compartment on the top in the front that has a removable divider. The cords for fans, front leds, usb, usb3.0 came zip tied which was handy.
An all around practical, spacious, good looking case with easily removable parts and quiet fans.
It comes with three USB ports in the front, and one USB 3.0 port.
Honestly it didn't seem that great at first. It seemed kinda cheap but I got it with the intention of buying a better one later on.
It turns out I was wrong. It was very easy to install and it works great! I didn't even have to install any drivers for it to work. I really like it.
It's only con so far is that the antennas have to be far down on the back of the computer and can get in the way. One can move them, but one has to tighten or hold on to the part that screws on to the wifi card while one adjusts the antennas. (Really not a big deal, just slightly annoying)
EDIT: I didn't end up buying that hard drive because I found one lying around that was the same speed and size. I also may purchase that extra fan at some point, but have not as of yet.
EDIT: This case is AMAZING. I love it so much, I'm going to recommend it to everyone I know because of how awesome it is.
EDIT: I have NO intention of overclocking or using SLI at any point in the future.
EDIT: I know, I know, I know, the PSU is overkill. I got it because it was on sale for the same price as the 500w equivalent so I thought "Why not get more for my money?" In the future I may need more power if I want to add more hard drives or something.