( 4.8 Average / 90 Ratings )
This has to be one of my favorite parts of the build. It just looks tough, has a great BIOS and I love that I can flash things at the push of a button or load the BIOS at the push of a button. Very heavy duty and makes the insides look pretty. The USB 3.0 slots are a bit picky at times and gave me quite a few problems when trying boot from my thumb drive which is the only reason why it gets 4 instead of 5.
nice and clear BIOS. easy to navigate. There are some motherboards that are cheaper and can do the same stuff, but i chose this model because it was highly rated on amazon.
Fantastic MOBO plus a 5 year warranty, nice job ASUS.
This is the best MoBo i have ever had. It looks so sexy and the Features are awsome. It holds the voltage so constant. the only bad thing i have to say is about the audio quality. It is not Eargasm. I think it comes, that the audio pcb is not isolated from the other pcb. but only my thought.
Overclockers dream, Easy BIOS Flash capable, AI tweak makes it simple to OC, Thermal Radar makes it easy to control temps in the case. No complaints about this product at all.
This board is simply fantastic for overclocking. My current favorite BIOS to work in, and the fact that it has two PCIe 3.0x16 slots, it made upgrading to a Crossfire setup super easy. Can't say enough good things about it.
Best AM3+ board out there, next to the ROG stuff. Lots of customization options, great features.
No complaints other than the time it tried to OC my CPU to 5.1GHz on first boot. Then again that was most likely user error.
Awesome motherboard. I was very pleased with the BIOS, although it did fight me a little when I installed linux on the 2nd drive, but nothing I couldn't figure out. A bit pricy but I was ok with that.
I have had some issues with RAM compatibility with my board, having bought ram and not being able to use it but yet it works in my nephews board both being Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 boards I am not sure exactly why. Other than that I really like the board but would probably buy the Asus Crosshair if I had to do it again