I've got one for 60$. So the board is fantastic in terms of performance. There are a few things that might be a problem, so you can only boot this thing with irqpoll flag in Linux. It will not work on Windows. Finding where they hid the option to enable the dedicated GPU was a bit of a pain. It worked great with my ddr3 ECC modules 64 GB without a problem. For some reason my networking did not work not sure if it is the board or whatever, I've had to get a PCI-e network card + usb3 (the usb3 was for fun). Also, it is had to fit it in a regular case, I had to mod it so the motherboard can fit. Also, only the v1 cpus are supported officially. But again for the 60$ I paid it is a great value especially since I put two E5-2690v1 and 64 gb of cheap ram in it.
Verified purchase: No