( 4.4 Average / 13 Ratings )
Works great, I had no issue's whatsoever with it. Has some cool white led backlighting. No m.2 or special features, but a great basic good looking board that's easy to work with. Manual was a huge book full of knowledge aswell.
Very basic Skylake board but has everything I need personally.
Solid board, looks great, not spectacular but solid buy for the price. Definitely one of the best budget boards you can buy at the moment.
Pretty good motherboard. This motherboard has one PCI Express 16x slot and two PCI Express 1x slots. If you use a dual-width graphics card, there'll be barely enough space to insert one additional PCI Express card in the third PCI Express slot, without blocking the graphics card's fan. If you'll be using more than one PCI Express device, it might be worth getting the "MORTAR" (http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-motherboard-b150mmortar) rather than the BAZOOKA, due to the fact that it has one additional PCI Express slot.
The white LED backlighting is barely noticeable (at least in my case) so it's more of a gimmick than a useful feature. I don't really care about it that much.
I like it. Looks cool, I like the white LEDS that shine from underneath. More of a gaming MB I guess but it works well for my office pc.
I had no idea and was pleasantly surprised when I turned the machine on and the motherboard had white LED backlighting.. Another quality motherboard from MSI with a nice and clean white/black color scheme. The white LEDs are just icing on the cake. I will definitely be using this motherboard again.
A cheap, basic, motherboard.
Running off the B150 chipset, so that's a thing. neither here nor there as far as I'm concerned while using a non-overclockable CPU.
A decent number of SATA ports, which is a win. SATA-express never really took off, so that's a 'wasted' feature.
The BIOS is VERY basic, and certainly does not compare to higher end (and more expensive) BIOS utilities. However, functions and does it's job.
Only having three (albeit PWM) fan headers is disappointing, regardless of price-point. Splitters or extra fan controllers recommended for anybody rocking more than two fans.
Planned to go with MSI Z170M Mortar but it wasn't available when I purchased the parts. Suits my black and white build though.
B150 series is fine since I don't want to overclock. The UEFI or BIOS was easy enough for a first-timer.
I wish it didn't have red LEDs but otherwise no complaints.
Easy installation. Hope it does support Dolby audio but w.e