( 4.0 Average / 5 Ratings )
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I give this three stars. I only ended up purchasing it because I got it brand new for 60 dollars locally. When I can, I will most likely replace it. The bios doesn't allow me to really take advantage of my ram.
very good B-class board that provides everything an enthusiast needs. no issues during installation or through usage. PCB is a bit of a sickly brown color.
I have an expensive IEEE-488 PCI card which I used for a programming job. It is possible that I'll need to work with it again so I wanted a board with a PCI slot. This one fits the requirement.
The board is very capable, with three case fan controllers (or two and a pump), four DIMM slots, and eight USB ports on the back panel plus six more on headers.
I develop software and hardware, and some of it involves USB devices. My previous machine was short on USB ports but with a PCI slot header I've now got twelve on the back and two on the front of the PC. No more USB hub rats nest.
I have not overclocked the CPU and I'm running the memory with a profile so I don't have a feel for how easy it is to do with this board.
This motherboard does what I need both for fun and for software development and it fit nicely in the SG10 case.
Feels nice and sturdy, liked how it had 3 sys fan headers which is why I bought it, had some troubles understanding a few things in the bios when overclocking though.
Gigabyte GA-AB350M Great little motherboard that performs advertised. Was a complete ******* to my RAM though.