Pros: no video-out, enough USB ports, 4 dimm slots, 6 SATA ports, RAID 0, 1, 10 support
Cons: PCIe x1 and sata ports weren't working, too many pci slots, manual not complete
I really like this board's concept because it's made for people who want to do dual graphics with the apu. You don't get an ugly vga or dvi port so the rear I/O doesn't look as bad. There are enough USB ports and dimm slots slots. It also supports raid but not RAID5. That's not the fault of Asus but more the fault of AMD with their chipsets. The board itself uses the full of capabilities of the a75 chipset with sata hub support, sata III and USB 3.0. I'm not very happy that there are 3 PCi slots. Asus should have put the second pcie x1 slot where the first pci slot is and not bothered with a slot right under the blue pcie x16 slot because the board doesn't have a video-out so you will always be using the pcie x16 and like that blocking the 2. pcie x1 slot. (except if your using some matrox card which runs on pci or pcie x1, which i doubt) I was a bit disappointed with the board because the first pcie x1 slot didn't work and the sata port would sometimes fail. As I got a new one after 2 MONTHS I got random bsods. I have no idea why people like Asus boards because it has just been catastrophy until now and Asus' service is horrible.