Summary: A bit outdated, but I was building a computer from spare parts, and this does the job. It arrived and i put everything together within a few days. No problems with the power supply and if the USB ports ever have issues (rarely but it's true), I just unplug and they work again. Very pleased.
Summary: I purchased this mobo and prayed that it didn't arrive DOA and when I received it was very easy to set it up for it's a plug and play mobo. It's a great mobo, only reset the bios if it doesn't start up the first time. Don't leave the jumper in the CLEAR CMOS, for this mobo doesn't need a jumper to keep your BIOS settings. This mobo performs very well and did run my Intel Dual Core CPU LGA775 and my 2 DDR2 800 memory with no problem.
Summary: I had some DDR2 and socket 775 stuff laying around that desperately needed life put back in it. Running an e8400 and OCZ Raptor Ram at stock for now. Only needed the chipset driver on the cd BUT the cd does set chrome as your default. Well mine already was so i didn't care. Maybe get the ICH7 drivers from Intel if you know how (i don't really) or just undo chrome later. The equipment, and a GTX460 all love this environment.
Summary: very good mobo , is a 775 socket, and runs fast , and very stable , i am using a core 2 duo 3.16 (e8500) , 4 gb fatal1ty ocz rma , evga gtx 420 1gb.. i use this board for gaming,, black ops ,, mw3 , america's army 4... no lag...online all games multiplayers... i dont understand how this board can handle such a load ...
Summary: The board worked good though I appeared to mange to kill it some how. One thing that should be noted is that it does not work well with the lowest 775 socket intel processor. This might be a chipset thing. It was working great with a quad core I had in it until I added an additional fan to my case.
Summary: The sound on this board was very noisy, even with the latest drivers. Also, USB ports worked only intermittently, had to RMA. I made every attempt to make this work, including trying different power supplies and RAM. Replacement board was DOA.