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Pros: Worked out of box and after that the nighmare started. Wife complained of dropped connections, so I firmware upgraded and it bricked. Tried to get it back fro the dead via recovery mode but it would not reset. Sent RMA but Newegg and created a nightmare of an experience.
Cons: RMA process from hell. Missing an item so I told them I'd rather that a restocking charge and send me credit. They tried to send rje item back and recalled it. Since then, no one has been able to close my RMA and issue credit. Waiting and waiting. Chatting and Chatting...nada for almost a month.
Other Thoughts: RMA process from hell and still waiting for my credit despite promise last week from rep to get it resolved. Will never buy anything again that I even have the potential to return given the horrible experience. My money is hostage to Newegg and they won't follow-up on on their part of the process.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works great with i5-2500k.
Cons: USB 3.0 is REALLY Unrealiable...will connect to devices but drops connection.
Other Thoughts: Just a update to my prior review. I mentioned USB 3.0 works but just barely. I have a WD My Book and WD My Passport Essential USB 3.0 external drive along with Bytecc USB 3.0 HD enclosure. I find most of the time time I simply plug into the USB 2.0 ports since it's simply frustrating to wait for the device to connect and once connect when transferring there will be times the connection will drop. Firmware 1.1 upgraded...still and problem. I don't know if it's the Etron controller, but this is simply not reliable.
As another aside, since I mentioned my dual Win7 boot and for those of you than run into a crash on the system and have the Intel SRT cache, do a CTRL-I on boot to turn off the SSD cache before you try to do a Windows 7 recovery. My system crashed after the stupid USB 3.0 stopped transferring and I rebooted only to loose my Bootloader. Win 7 recovery will only recover the appropriate boot drive if Intel SRT is turned off.
Pros: Traded this in from the regular Z68 Extreme4 since I could never get the USB 3.0 working on it. USB 3.0 now works, but still a bit glitchy. I'm not sure if it's a voltage issue with the external USB 3.0 ports being able to properly power up my external hard drives. However, I can't complain since it does work. Hopefully better Etron drivers and BIOS updates will ultimately fix this.
Cons: Would be nice to have more bootable Intel SATA3 ports. The Marvell ports are pretty worthless for booting different drives with a multi-OS setup.
Other Thoughts: Got Intel RST to work with an 60GB Agility 3 an SSD cach paired on RAID 0 with my 1GB Barracuda drive. Seems to also be properly recognized in a dual boot Win7 setup for those that are interested in knowing this.READ FULL REVIEW