Summary: I don't know much about much, but this board really does do wonders, It will be my introduction to PC setups. I have used it as a tool to help much of my little knowledge. Great board for starters. As Always Newegg is one of the best
Summary: As said by others, this is a great OC board for the AMD Athlon XPs and XP-Ms. DO NOT USE THIS MOBO FOR NON-COMPUTER GEEKS THOUGH. This board is very fickle and requires some really good knowledge of computer basic, and overclocking.
Summary: I sort of bought this one on a whim... Never tried a DFI board before, but I'm glad I did. This is a good solid board which, for once, actually lined up with all the mounting holes in my case (I hate spacers). The onboard sound is good, no noise during playback.
Summary: <a href='ocinside.de' target=_blank>ocinside.de</a> I have used 5 of these motherboards, and they are excellent for overclocking, as long as you are willing to work for it. The bios does tend to get corrupted though with everything set up stock.
Summary: I ordered one of these boards about 8 weeks ago from the egg. Was delivered very quickly by the Egg as usual. I've set mine up with a M-XP2600+ chip, Mushkin PC3500 Lvl II Black RAM & a Sapphire 9800 Pro vid card.
Summary: Thanks to newegg and their impeccable service, I got my board within 3 days. I have a lot to say about this board so I 'll just sum up. This thing is fast. I mean really fast. Coupled with my Athlon XP 3000+ Barton w/ 400FSB, and 512MB of DC PC3200 ram, my system is a monster.
Summary: Great overclocking motherboard for those willing to work for it. Get yourself a BIOS savior for overclocking. The BIOS went belly-up on me, something all to familiar with these DFI boards. This is the second one, and has been sent back for a different board.
Summary: This board does everything I need. I put a mobile athlon XP 2500+ and Corsair Value <font>s</font>elect pc3200 2x512 in it and ran 11.5x200 out of the box. Check the features - if you need more than one ethernet port or want RAID capabilty, look at the slightly more expensive boards.