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  • Excellent
    No problems with it, owned it for nearly 2 years I think.

    Run the new AM3 + processors with no problems with the beta BIOS. I drive 16 gb frame and a FX-8350 on it, no blue screens.

    Sad that the control programs do not work with windows 8, of which 9 points
  • Perfect
    Good no problem :) Looks maffigt out :)
  • Perfect
    Excellent motherboard. Stable and solid construction. Have not had any problems there.
  • Excellent
    Everything has worked fine for me. Located on 35g and easy to watch with. Only problem I have now is that I can not read the pulse of the cpu känorna was for himself, (phenom II x6 1100T) but the total CPU the temperature is in 38g quaiet fashion and 45g full load.

    And a big plus for the latter can run AM3 + on this.
  • Poor
    I have problems with north Bridgen, like so many others! The temperature at idle mode is above 60 degrees and south of about 50 degrees. A shame given how good the motherboard is incidentally!
  • Excellent
    A little error in time to upgrade, but from a M4A78-PRO to this .. wow.

    My Phenom II 965 c3@3.9Ghz - 1.425V.
  • Excellent
    works really well for me! no problem with the northbridge temperatures, but good to know anyway!
    Monster Card for Gamers! : D

    I agree with CTVredvirus, I have ochså HAF 932, also a Coolermaster V6GT on the processor, no problems with any temperatures reached, everything is cool and nice!

    one should understand whether to obtain this card you have to have a good air flow, cooling the SB and NB is not made for a chassis with bad or no airflow!

    Their new model has a built-in fan to fix the problem, but as I said, with good airflow so this is the card really j * vla good!
  • Perfect
    Grymm short, big + for Rog connect as one can tweeka computer real time via their laptop, and you are complaining about the high temperature values ??on the northbridge get bigger box and better air Streaming support, I have följaden system:
    Case: Cooler Master HAF 932 with 3 230mm fans, side and frånten pushes air and top fläckten rides hot air out, then I have an extra 120mm that blows at the height of the CPU and a 140mm blowing out.

    PSU Corsair TX 850 with 70A below 12V

    Motherboard; know this already, chilling on Nrth B = 45 and B = 43 Sth idle and approx: 57 - 55 under load
    Max thermals are around 100-120C

    Processor: AMD phenom II x4 955 3.2 Ghz with Noctua CPU Cooler NH-D14 as kyllning altså a 120 + a 140mm that keeps the processor at 28C idle and about 35 under load
    Max normal thermal about 63C

    Ram: Kingston Hyper X 6GB 2Ghz

    Graphics Card: XFX Radeon HD 5870 1GB GDDR5
    GPU about 39 idle and 65 under load max normal Thermal under load about 95C

    BUY!
  • Perfect
    Many great features and good performance.

    Clocked my 965BE at 4GHz with less volts is last motherboard = cpu cooler.

    My suffering is not improper north-bridge cooler but stays cool.

    Great value for money!
  • Good
    Well, in a way, but unnecessarily messy in terms of a mixture of buttons and BIOS settings, which sometimes does the same thing, and sometimes in pure conflict. Also, the guide does not clear enough to explain the position in which a particular function strikes. Maybe I'm old school, but I clearly prefer the "simplicity" DFI offered, which unfortunately is now a distant memory.

    I'm upgrading the BIOS version and see if some peculiarities disappear, but it has been a bit annoying to experience how the BIOS sometimes despite manual settings decides to overclock on pretty horrible way. OK, it rides up a CPU of 500MHz over its speed, but why it simultaneously lowers the memories of 9-9-9-24 to 6-6-6-24 suggest that too much automation has been added. In contrast to other motherboards I've used is one here had to manually really make sure that the BIOS does not overclock. Should not it be the opposite?

    Now I drive and have never tested Windows on this motherboard, but another oddity - maybe a bug that will be corrected in later versions of the BIOS - is that it does not do a clean boot. A reboot requires me to shut down, and then the button to start up again, otherwise arise something that looks like a conflict where the old allocated memory addresses not cleaned out and causes trouble when the system boots up. It's a guess by me and nothing I put any great time to sort out, since a reboot yet never is up to date except for a kernel update.

    I wished that some manufacturers of consumer motherboards offered premium versions without being pimped for n00b overclocker. Less fuss and more quality. This release is at least better than the new course more expensive as it is advertised to be able to be overclocked wirelessly from an iPhone!
  • Acceptable
    Many think this is a good card and it's really good but, there is a manufacturing fault at the north jetty on most of the cards produced. Googling "asus crosshair iv formula northbridge fix" READY TO BOOK TO BUY.

    very stable and easy to overclock, if you've fixed northbridge ie.
  • Perfect
    Neat and crazy good!

    Everything works perfectly and without any problems and the design is stunning.

    It is worth noting that there are some compatibility problems between this MBet and samsung f3 drives.

    But everything else is just as good as it gets for the price.
  • Excellent
    + Performs well in my opinion.
    + Lots of features in the BIOS for over-clocking, and more. Was easy to clock up a 1090T to 4GHz.
    + Built-in sound card is right okay for regular use.
    + Supports IOMMU, a virtualization technology similar to Intel's VT-D.
    + Great looks if you care about such things.

    - The locations of RAM sitting too close to the CPU. Memories with high heatsinks will not fit for large CPU coolers.
    - Many specimens of this motherboard has problems with overheating of the Northbridge due. badly screwed chipset coolers.