( 4.3 Average / 6 Ratings )
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Picked it up in a Mobo, PSU, AIO combo that was on sale, and I sold the cooler so it was a solid deal overall. The board may seem like overkill at the moment but this was intentional. My previous build, that I've had for about 6 years, I cheaped out on the board and was very limited on upgrade paths. The one issue I had with it is that there is a red LED that stays on all times the PC is off. The manual says the LED means CPU power connection error, but there is no issue. I've found forums of people who have this happen to them too.
Good mobo, intuitive bios. I am not utilizing m.2 so can't speak on that, but otherwise a great board for my i7.
Assuming it doesn't go up into flames after I write this review, I am seriously impressed with this Motherboard. The features, design, quality and pricing on this motherboard are all excellent.
Bought this motherboard as a EVGA.com exclusive bundle. I like the looks but doesnt have RGB support, nor additional header for Micro USBc as my case actually has that jack and I cannot use. When I upgrade to a 9000's series CPU I may just change out the MOBO, i will need to think about this.
The only issue I had, and was confirmed by EVGA... was that by default ALL of the m.2 slots are disabled in the BIOS.
Gave me a minor heart attack for a moment when I couldn't see my SSD.
Easily resolved but a stupid default setting.
Excellent motherboard lacking absolutely nothing major besides actual thunderbolt 3 on the usb 3.1 type c.