If it works really fine, i am able to suggest it to friends who wants an amd 8 core cpu but doesn't have the budget for a 120$+ mobo.
Pros: Overall well built board
Well equipped for an mATX board
Heatsinked where it needs it most
Cons: 4+1 phase is not nearly enough for an 8 core w/ overclocking support
emitting a loud buzzing sound with my new 8320 processor
F4 bios was buggy and wouldnt properly disable throttling despite all options disabled
LLC couldnt control vdroop even on completely stock settings
Other Thoughts: Gigabyte customer support all but told me to get lost when I inquired about the vdroop problems with the board, despite it being stickered up for AM3+ support, 8 core ready, 125watt TDP capable, with overclocking support and bragging about 4+1 phase. Dropping a full .1v at full load stress testing on stock settings on a brand new 8320 vishera core was not what I was expecting, and unfortunately there isnt a single mATX board out for these processors that supports the power requirements they demand, they merely flash the bios for support for the processor and sticker the box up.
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