( 4.5 Average / 8 Ratings )
I've just about had it with crappy motherboards pooping out after a month or two of use, so I decided to go all out. I'm also willing to bet AMD will release another series of CPU's on the AM4 Platform that will be able to take advantage of the C6H's impressive VRM.
Super sexy board! was overkill for this build but the budget allowed it. Dont really like that the plastic cover on the left since it goes all the way down. We had trouble fitting in the video card and scratched the plastc shroud in the process. But because it is covered it doesnt really mattered. Lots of connectors. Only one usb 2.0 header so for RGB fans you might need an internal USB hub from nzxt. and only one m.2 slot too. But the rest of the board is excellent so those little downsides don't really matter. Wifi is nice too.
Comes with HB SLI bridge (its a 2 slot one), 4 sata cables (2 L-shaped and 2 straight ones), wifi-antenna etc. lots of goodies.
I would have loved 2x16gb PCIe slots, and maybe an option to use the LED display for temperature instead of just error codes, but this is just being extra picky because I like everything else about this part.
I was going to go with a different board, but I got a good deal on this one and the WiFi and Bluetooth were a big plus. I wish the color scheme wasn't as dark, but it works out well because everything but the lighting disappears behind the tinted glass of the Primera. Updating the BIOS was really easy via USB and went smoothly.
Doing it's job nicely. Good power delivery, great package dissipation. Looks good. Costs a pretty penny though but you get what you pay for. More frequent BIOS updates pls.
Bought used on r/Hardwareswap and it's working perfectly. Love the extra functionality for overclocking, decent RGB - though not great. Love all the I/O ports too.
Good Motherboard I like the whole plethora of overclocking features but my mobo came with bent usb 3.0 pins when I got it and asus has terrible support service.
Everything I could want and more from a motherboard for $120, except for an addressable rgb header. Not that it is really a big deal at all.