Date Joined: 01/10/02
Pros: Owned about a month, running a dual boot hackintosh and windows setup. No problems. Have i7-3770, on-cpu HD4000 video (dvi), 4x4GB g.skill ripjaws 1600, cooler master hyper 212 evo passive with no fan.
Cons: The g.skill ripjaws memory heatsinks stick up a little bit, and the cpu socket is just close enough to the memory sockets that the cooler master hyper 212 evo cpu heatsink can't mount a pusher fan without hitting the top of the mem heatsinks. If the cpu socket had been a couple of mm farther away it would have worked.
Luckily I have an antec mini p180 case with a 200mm fan right above the cpu heatsink, so it stays cool enough. If it starts to overheat when I get a more VMs up and running I'll add the fan back on in a pull configuration (front of heatsink)
One egg off for that, since the hyper 212 is one of the more popular aftermarket heatsinks, gigabyte should have checked that. Maybe they did but just couldn't move the cpu socket - there's a lot crammed on the mb.
Overall Review: Easy hackintosh install with hd4000 video. DVI works fine, haven't tried HDMI yet. Very fast with hackintosh samsung 830 128MB ssd as boot drive on one of the Sata 6Gbps ports, have a pair of WD green 640's in a mac os x mirror for data.