That's the promise, who knows if it will actually work?
I had the choice of taking the Asrock motherboard I have now, without PCI-e 3 support or waiting several days for stock of the same board but with PCI-e3 support built on, like yours. I chose to get take the non PCI-e one. I've been building computers way too long to take claims of future compatibility very seriously particularly when the part concerned has no control over said compatibility.
Probably .. but when? ,,, and i'd like it NOW
i bought my MB to review my Core i3-2105; it was the cheapest and most full-featured MB at the time that i could find. i'll probably sell it if i get a series 7 MB
Is that BioStar MB decent?