( 3.6 Average / 15 Ratings )
Pros: It works and it was cheap. Cons: It does make a beep every time it POSTs which can get a bit annoying. Also had a hard time finding/installing drivers.
No problems, but looks ugly TBH.
Good cheap motherboard for FX users. Worked with the FX-6300 just fine. Has plenty of features. Only complaint is the beeping sound from the motherboard's speaker every time you start it.
Oldy but a goodie. There is a loud beep every time you start it up though.
Everyone reviewing this annoyed at a solid POST success beep and no one comments on the fact that it's not UEFI. I didn't know people still sold BIOS mobos. Jesus.
An incredibly, poorly thought out motherboard. If you buy a graphics card longer than 174mm you may end up covering the SATA ports which only happens because the SATA ports point straight up and are placed rather spaciously from each other; most modern motherboards have the SATA ports in the bottom-right, stacked on top of each other, and facing outwards from the motherboard. Installing any graphics card also blocks the single PCI-E 1X slot unless you somehow get a single-slot graphics card. The amount of I/O is nice, but the prior problems are too numerous and such harsh offenses that the I/O doesn't make up for them. The instruction manual is also simply awful in that it explains very little to you and relies largely on pictures.
If you can, avoid this motherboard.
Confusing BIOS, but I figured it out after doing some googling. Beeps every time you start up. Otherwise pretty good.
Well, it's a motherboard. Works well. Not much else to say. Bios layout is not the best imo.
Great for the price and even good for modest overclocking
The only drawbacks are the beep at startup everyone else has been talking about and the outdated bios takes a while to get used to