( 4.2 Average / 12 Ratings )
One RAM slot came not working, other than that, pretty good motherboard
Satisfied so far with mine. Has four RAM slots up to 32 GB in a Micro ATX board, on board USB 3.0 header(s), can overclock after a BIOS update --- only one fan header excluding the CPU fan header. For only $60 an H97 Board --- pretty good deal.
Good mobo for the price, upgradability; well designed.
No problem with this board. The BIOS is good. Cheapest H97 available.
Solid board at a very good price. I had no issues with the build quality or anything of that kind. I wasn't planning on overclocking or running two GPUs, so that wasn't an issue. Good budget board.
A great board as far as boards go. It supports a lot of RAM and seems to be built well. It doesn't support SLI though.
Works very well. Went through a PSU failure which caused it to have an inability to use more than 2 RAM slots at once, even though they all work fine. Would have liked for all the SATA ports to be in the same spot.
Exercise caution. XFast LAN is glitchy as all hell, but you still need to use it to use Ethernet. With some help of half an hour of Google, figured out how to keep it on this PC without it crapping all over the internet speed. If you use the Pentium on this board. Make sure that you download the BIOS that supports Pentium overclocking, or you're screwed. Also, buy a damn fan splitter. Thing only comes with one case fan header.
This motherboard is being used in my NAS and it's 6 SATA3 ports and several PCI-E ports are ideal.
My only complaint is that when i hook my NAS up to my TV using HDMI, the BIOS doesn't render... I have to use VGA to get the BIOS work. HDMI works just fine in Windows though.
Buying the motherboard was the hardest part as you would have to look at tons of reviews to figure out which one had the most features and good quality