First off its so cheap which is always good.
BUT it has a superb feature, that is core unlocking. That means if you buy a phenom ll x2 processor you can open the two locked cores if they are available.
It is obviously a lottery as you wont know that the cores are available to unlock. Let me explain.
All CPUs of the Phenom ll range are made with 4 cores.
However some of them have imperfections which affect one or two cores so instead of destroying them they turn off the bad cores leaving two cores , thus it becomes a Phenom x2 instead of a x4.
Amazingly as they make more CPUs the percentage of duff CPUs diminishes and they find that to meet the demand for x2 cores (because they are cheaper and people cant always afford a x4 CPU) they 'turn off' two cores to make x2 CPUs or one core to make a x3 CPU.
IF you are very lucky you can buy a x2 CPU (Phenom 550 0r 560) and re-enable the two turned off cores so you get the full x4 cores all working for the price of a x2 core.
Incredible but absolutely true.
Of course this is not guarenteed but it is an amazing possibility and usually only found on more expensive Motherboards costing over £100.
In addition to that this Motherboard also allows full overclocking so whatever CPU you put in it you can increase the performance drastically.
Very good board for the price but make sure you buy a good Heatsink fan Assembly to ensure the CPU runs cool. "
Does the guy realize he bought an Intel Motherboard?