Summary: I bought this motherboard because it got good reviews. Upon installing it, it wouldn't POST, no video, no audio, none of the USB's had power and so on. So I bought another one thinking that maybe it was defective and this one did the exact same thing! I got in touch with ASUS and they gave me all the troubleshooting tips that I had already tried and didn't get any results. They had me send it in with a RMA..
Summary: Pros: Bought this MB b/c of the IDE port as a way to save the old but working IDE drives. XP (32bit) was installed on a SSD and boot time was very fast. All drives (1 SSD, 2 IDEs, and DVD) were recognized initially in Windows and I was able to copy some files over to the SSD. Installation went smoothly until installing the drivers from the included CD... Cons: My 2 IDE drives disappeared from the Windows device manager after installed all drivers from the included CD.
Summary: This board has proven itself to be a stable platform since May 2011 when I purchased it. System assembly went smoothly, and bios setup was straightforward. An interesting surprise has been the Wake-on-LAN feature. I regularly log into this machine remotely to start a processing job. Typically I put the machine into a sleep mode and use WOL to wake it up just prior to logging in. I have found that when powered off by a "Shutdown", it will Wake-on-LAN.
Summary: I've been building home PCs since the 80s and this is by far the most troublesome board I have ever dealt with. I used the spec list from ASUS to build my system and it still has issues. Using it as a General purpose desktop rig; WIN7 64bit i3-2105 (using built in graphics processor at first, which was marginally okay.) 8gig Corsair CMX8GX3M4A1333C9 XMS3 8 GB PC3-10600 (see other reviews) this was one on the list, go by the compatibility lists people!
Summary: I got the motherboard, installation was easy, its a fairly good product. Unfortunately, I had problems with random crashes. I was able to solve those by updating my drivers on ASUS's website. Others have had similar issues. (A search for "p8H67 evo random freezes" should get you to an ASUS forum where people were discussing it. I can't give the exact link because Amazon doesn't allow it.) Also, upon arrival, 2 of my RAM slots didn't work.
Summary: I purchased this mobo from another online retailer but wanted to give it some praise here. For the price, this mobo is pretty amazing. ASUS packs a lot of features into this micro ATX board, including USB 3.0, 4 memory slots, Crossfire/SLI capability, HDMI for the iGPU, and more. The Rev 3.0 is very stable. The graphical BIOS works well although it took a little getting used to.
Summary: Be careful about Intel video drivers. Intel has definitely not matured compared to AMD in bringing stable drivers to the market. If you update the video drivers to the latest release from Intel, your system will crash (BSOD) if using HDMI - guaranteed!!! Use the drivers from ASUS website and you will be fine. If building an HTPC, I would definitely consider the new offerings from AMD - particularly there new F1 socket CPUs and motherboards.
Summary: The board goes together easy as pie and as long as you aren't planning to use the IDE hard drive port, you shouldn't have any issues with space. The only reason I knocked from 5 stars to 4 stars is that I hooked this board up to a 21" CRT to configure the system since I was going to run it as a headless HTPC and the fancy new graphical BIOS screen would not display properly on the monitor at all.