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Cons: After I set everything up and turn on the power, the fans run few seconds then stop, then run a few seconds again and stop and go on this way. After several hours hassling, I figure out if I plug DRAM into DIMM-A channel, it won't work. But if I plug to DIMM-B channel then system can still be posted correctly. Then I filed RMA and return the motherboard back. After a few days, ASUS send me email said the CPU socket pin is damaged and want to charge me the price of a new board to repair! As a pro, I almost build a new PC every month, I know very well how to put CPU into socket. And it is good in my hand. I disputed, but they insist. I believe it is ASUS's dirty trick to cover their bad quality product by throwing trash on customer face. I will do everything I can to return their favor.
Other Thoughts: ASUS is dishonest company with bad quality productREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks cool, easy to install. Won't block high-fly DRAM, and cheap
Cons: Not for OC. When I do stress-testing at stocked setting (I5-3570K), it stabilized around 60C. Then I decide to OC at 4.2GHZ, it jumps to 70C almost immediately and keep climbing, so I stop it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASRock Z77 Extreme6 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Has everything I need. The onboard USB3 socket is the best I have seen, can really plug the front-panel USB3 cable formly. Very easy to overclock. Mod and flash bios also very easy
Other Thoughts: ASUS MB has some flashy but useless feature, and really cause trouble. I strongly recommend AsRock over ASUSREAD FULL REVIEW