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Pros: Price and features. I have had a 4770k in this motherboard for the past 4 months at 4.4Ghz rock solid stable. Recently I wanted to try out the G3258 and this board did not disappoint. With the latest BIOS 2.10 it does support the G3258 and it overclocks beautifully on such a low cost board. 4.6 Ghz at 1.37V. There is nothing bad that I can say about this motherboard at this time.
Cons: None whatsoever in my experience with the board.
Other Thoughts: I really can't believe the value of this motherboard.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1100Mhz out of the box is incredible! This card comes with a non-reference PCB of Powercolor's own design that just screams high quality. I changed the thermal paste on mine to something a little more high quality and it dropped the temperature by 6 C. Now under full load it maxes out around 63 C. I play at 2560x1440 so it is pretty much at 100% all the time.
Cons: I wish this came with the old Power Jack that Powercolor used to sell because it does sag a little.
Other Thoughts: Powercolor is quickly becoming my favorite AMD GPU vendor. I had to RMA a 7950 a little while back and it was a painless process compared to other brands I've dealt with in the past.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ECS A960M-M2 AM3+ AMD 760G + SB710 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: I bought this motherboard to build a spare gaming PC for when my friends come over. I paired it with an X4 965 and a GTX 465 that I had laying around. So far this motherboard is very impressive for the price. I even have the CPU 100% stable at 4Ghz. The only thing I would have to deduct an egg for is that I can't overclock by the multiplier in the BIOS. If I use AMD overdrive in the OS I can change the multi of the CPU but not in the BIOS.
Other Thoughts: For an AMD build on the cheap I don't see why this motherboard can't do the job.READ FULL REVIEW