This is a great MoBo from ASUS.
Bought this for a g4560 budget build other than having to pay 23$ to update the bios, as i did not have a cpu that it could recognize, and the pci-e slot is wimpy i have a 1050 ti single fan in it and its super loose (might be the card, cant confirm) its not a bad board once you flash it and screw in your gpu its a neat little board.
Now I know they are fine and I have a Kaby Lake CPU running in my Asus B150ProD3.Although it is a business model I know you give up some goodies on a Z170 board of the series close to this B150 [B=Business, I believe].
It is as if the Z170 offers you the moon in personal computing features and what you have to do is compare the ASUS ads for both motherboards.I would do it again, but I have no need.
SO I did boot 1st time with DDR3L and the 3900 2.8Ghz dual core [SKYLAKE] CPU.So today I installed a Kaby Lake CPU in this board .BIOS needed is current from Asus in install.
Customer service suggest that there is nothing to do at that point and I should sent it to their labs somewhere,Too much of a hassle to upgrade.
It was booting when I was troubleshooting it, and I dont believe I damaged the pins before shipping since I am careful, however I tried to put a cover in the socket from another ASUS motherboard and that may have bent them accidentally.
The update said it was successful, but the machine would not start.
I called and talked to ASUS support and was advised to send it back after a bit of unsuccessful troubleshooting.I have been without a motherboard for 3 weeks and they are just now telling me that I have to pay the same amount as the original purchase price to fix it.
The fact that they exonerated themselves from everything leaves me feeling a bit hornswoggled.I would suggest if you buy an ASUS product take care of it with your life because they will not take care of you as a customer.