Summary: I've been using this motherboard in my home server and it has worked beautifully. I have 6 hard drives hooked up to it and it hasn't given me a single error once. I highly recommend this product and foxconn products in general.
Summary: I have no less than a half-dozen (6) of these units now with an i5-2400, Pentium G860 and even the new IvyBridge Pentium G2130. They are fine, upper-mid end gaming systems running Windows 7. They are Linux Filers for RHEL iSCSI and RHS (Gluster).
Pros: - Inexpensive cost, but works with any OS - Takes IvyBridge CPU with updated BIOS/uEFI - LGA-1155 generation, so 16GiB support (2x8GiB)
Cons: - Not the H67S (which is very hard to find now) - Only two (2) SATA ports -- not a loss for most Mini-ITX applications - Standard Intel cripple of low-cost chipsets (don't expect SATA-3, USB-3)
Great motherboard, got this instead of Gigabyte for a ...
Ted Slesinski, Amazon
9 July 2013
Summary: Great motherboard, got this instead of Gigabyte for a low-cost machine. Also, wasn't sure (and wasn't expecting it to) run as a hackintosh, but is able to run OS X 10.10 with Chimara bootloader. Almost everything works out of the box, audio required newest voodoo kexts.
Summary: This board works but is a lot of trouble because of the BIOS. Using a VGA monitor is no problem. But to get my HDMI television to work, I have to do this to power everything up: 1) Turn on the computer 2) Wait for the keyboard light to blink 3) Turn on the monitor.