Summary: You can look at more of the Linux test results for this motherboard
Aside from initial problems with this motherboard under Linux
that seemed to cripple its performance, which were resolved by upgrading the BIOS
when a new release was available and running the latest Linux kernel, the rest
of the experience was smooth. This though is not extraordinary, as most Intel
P67 motherboards should work just fine under Linux with zero difficulty.
Excerpt: CDATA[ “Now that the initial Intel Cougar Point chipset problems have been resolved, there is a plethora of motherboards on the market that support the latest Sandy Bridge processors. For enthusiasts, the current high-end SNB-supportive chipset is the Intel P67, of which there are also many different motherboards from various vendors. One of the P67 [...