Joined on 08/17/04
Not SLI Friendly!
Pros: Motherboard is stable, no overclocking yet. Beats the EVGA X99 Micro I was previously using.
Cons: If you're looking for a small form factor motherboard to do SLI, this board fails at providing that feature. If you take a close look at the bottom of the board you will see that they placed the USB 3.0 connector there and it will come in contact with a second card installed on the motherboard. This puts pressure on the usb 3.0 cable that plugs into the connector causing it to bend possibly bending the pins and could cause an early board failure. Don't know how the design team let this by without a proper test fitting of a couple 780, 980 Titans or R9 290X's and realizing the placement the the usb 3.0 connectors was okay.
Overall Review: If you want to go SLI with this motherboard, consider watercooling to remove the added space of the stock coolers on the video cards or pick up a Titan Z or R9 295X and the usb 3.0 connectors can be used without causing any issues.
Buyer Beware! Confusing Box art...
Pros: Mini size is perfect for the Dan A4-SFX case I'm planning to put it in. I liked the 1080 mini so much, I couldn't help wanting to upgrade to this model.
Cons: Due to the box art's failure to have any distinguishing markings, I thought Newegg had sent sent me a full sized GPU instead of the mini version. Only after opening the package I verified I had received the correct item. Zotac cheaped out and used the same box for nvidia video cards with the GTX 1080 Ti chipset.
Best SSD for the money
Pros: So far, so good. Works perfectly in my Lotus P150HM. So slim, you'd be afraid to drop it.
Cons: Price, but being on the bleeding edge isn't for the penny pincher!
Overall Review: I wanted the 512gb version but it's still not available. I'm patient with this one and will put it in my desktop once I can get my mitts on the 512GB model.