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Pros: I can tell that a lot of time and energy went into creating this motherboard. While others may have had issues. Any experienced PC builder would be able to troubleshoot any tiny problems that may stem from using this board. I have not needed any kind of customer support form day one. If you are a novice PC builder, stick to something that is more bulletproof. If you are a seasoned veteran, like myself, this board will fit the bill quite nicely. I am running 6700K, 16GB DDR4 3000 and GTX 980 Ti as well as SM951 256GB and 850 1TB. Guess what? It's not slow and I have not had any issues at all!
Cons: If I had to nitpick, I would say to say to pay close attention to audio driver installation. Delete or uninstall whatever does not work for you within the Realtek driver. Beyond that a solid board.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 82.3 ASIC score. I was worried that because of the Kingpin binning I might receive a card that is not quite up to par, man was I wrong! Extremely fast and highly overclockable. Extremely quiet even with my case panels off and fans set to 70%. Have not had any need to go higher yet.
Cons: Only thing I didn't like was the white LED light but that can be shut off through Nvidia control panel, so I'm good.
Other Thoughts: Planning to liquid cool this bad boy. Would be nice if I could find a waterblock that can make contact with the GPU and VRM. Although the VRM doesn't get all that hot so it's not an absolute necessity.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lightning fast! Just set it to Intel XMP with my M8H motherboard and was done. Best bang for buck brand for DDR3 & DDR4. Highly recommended!
Other Thoughts: Do NOT fear Team just because you are not familiar with them. They make RAM that kick some serious tail! Serious competition for the other top vendors. Look back at the reviews for their DDR3 2400 kit if you need more convincing.READ FULL REVIEW