Gigabyte GA-H57M-USB3 Complaint Review/Comments

I'm not impressed with this motherboard, I was impressed with my Gigabyte AM3 board which seems to work flawlessly.

Everyone knows that the firmware is flawed, even though I have the F6, it still seems that the system doesn't reset properly or quickly enough.

Another HUGE problem is that in most Linux kernels the NIC won't work (if you try 10 times by rebooting it might).  I also notice that you need to power down for it to work.

This board does not seem very competent or stable for normal use.  I was really starting to like Gigabyte but they really made a lot of mistakes with this board and are still working the bugs out even with the latest F6 firmware.


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