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Like title states, this board is pretty nifty for its price tag. It supports all AM3 and AM3+ processors all the way up to the current Vishera chips. I have a Athlon II x3 450 running in it right now smooth. It does have BioUnlocking in the bios, but unfortunately my chip was a no-go. Tho I do have it running at stock clocks at 1.25v, which is quite impressive (3 very strong cores). The board does allow for overclocking via the multiplier, but heap this warning. This board does not support FSB overclocking. I bought a A960G+ before this board and wasn't pleased with it. So I sent it back and grabbed this when it was on sale for the same price. The most attractive feature about the board is its SATA3 support. You can drop in a Samsung 830 and this thing will fly. I also noticed it had built in 3D support on the onboard chipset. Which is available through the HDMI port I believe. Which is pretty cool for HTPC users, if your TV supports 3D. All in all if your looking to escape with a good board, at a low cost. This board packs quite a few features not found on other boards in this price range. The only flaws with it is a few bios spelling errors, and the 3 pin case fan header isn't controlled by Cool N' Quite. So you have to buy an adapter (Fan Mate 2) if you want your case fan to be silent through that header. It's a solid buy, I wouldn't hesitate to buy another.