( 4.3 Average / 7 Ratings )
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Cheap Asus mobo. I don't wanna spent too much for mobo, but i was wrong. It has only one chassis-fan connector, so i've used 3x splitter. No Crossifire, no overclock due to A320 chipset, but i don't mind since i will not overclock. For a 60$ is a good pick-up, but is better go for a 80-90$ mobo with some more features.
Update 2018/07/25: i've drop 3 stars cause the mobo is really cheap. Also cannot keep long gaming sessions due to cheap VRM. Buy it only if you wanna make a low-budget build. I've played at 60FPS without any issue, but when i upgrade my GPU & CPU to reach 75FPS, the system become unstable. I resolved putting a 120mm fan over the VRM (on the fly, just to see if fix). So the VRM are cheap; when you demand something more, the mobo cannot give it.
Works fantastic, I've had no problems with either builds now obviously I won't allow them to overclock with a stock cooler so I wasn't looking for anything too over high end with over clocking what so ever. It holds a max of 32 GB's but I only put 8 for now as they don't play anything too high end.
Motherboard was good, the BIOS worked perfectly, and it had all the information it needed. Problems i had with it were that there was only 1 Chassis Fan input, so i could only use one of the PC Case fans. Another thing was that there are only 2 RAM slots. Overall it was good, minor problems.