I hope my systems are also still running in 2020; they seem easily enough to meet my foreseeable needs.
Yeah my Gigabyte 990FX-UD3 has been running strong for four years now. Can't say the same for the Asus M4A87TD Evo I was running.
My MSI GD-70 is still kicking and overclocking like new. I've had this board for 5 years now and has been overclocked since day 1. I know a lot of people bash MSI, but from mine and my brothers experiances with their hardware we haven't had one issue. I also have a MSI 7950 TF III(1070/1500). One of my brothers still has his p67a GD-55, and MSI TFII GTX570. They have both been overclocked from day one as well. He's running a i5 2500k @ 4.8ghz on his board. My youngest brother has the MSI 560ti 448 TFIII.
Honestly, the biggest issue i've seen from MSI motherboards is that their motherboards bios are usually buggy on release. Usually after one or two updates they run fine. Too bad the reviews are allready written by then...
I just had to post my experiances with MSI, since so many people here like to bash them. I don't understand how Guru3d can give their boards such good reviews, and they get slammed so bad by some moderators in here. I guess there have been some bad experiances over the years?
Actually the only peice of hardware I've had trouble with was my old motherboard, the Asus mvp m3a32-wifi. That board cost me over $300 and gave out just outside of a year. Then Asus wanted me to pay all shipping to the place of purchase and back, and the place I purchased it from wanted the shipping from them to Asus. It worked out to be over $100 for shipping, so I bought my current board(MSI GD-70) on sale for $150. My Asus board also overclocked horribly compared to my MSI board.
I guess it's all based on experiances, but I still will recommend an Asus board/MSI board if the price is right and the reviews are all in line.