What I don't like in my Tomohawk: 1. If you set too high or too low parameters in a BIOS to try reach best result and you failed you have to manually open a case and clear the BIOS. In my previous ASUS mobo in this case the mobo just reboot several times and went to last stable settings. This feature is super convenient when you need to adjust your new system. 2. If you new player of MSI don't install their Dragon software. Many people complain about this software. I've installed it and… nothing. I didn't find it in my computer. People say it's ok, it happens, just re-install several times and if you happy you will find it, may be. Even if you find it you will meet with issue Magic light - part of this software, which responds to lights in your mobo. As to me I've installed only drivers for my mobo, sound, lan card, and wifi that it. The system stable at 4.4GHz with 1.2v. (3800x, set manually) , ram 3600MHz, CL14, 1.4v.(Patriot 4400). No issue with temps on chipset, vrm, cpu, and etc. CPU - 40C - idle, 60C - gaming. Others components - no more 50C under load except mobo chipset. The chipset temp is always 50-60C anytime. A chipset fan start is working after 60C so I don't worry about it. I use D15 for the CPU and 4 case fans.
When I tested BIOS I feel that it's not stable in overclocking as asus mobo. I hope it because the mobo is new and later msi will release more stable bios.