Excerpt: Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors are stupidly, impossibly, hilariously quick. By some metrics, they're the most impressive new CPUs in memory. However, one of the downsides is the requirement for a new motherboard. Still, if you're going to make the migration to a new Sandy Bridge system, why not consider a small-form-factor board, such as the Foxconn H67S?
Pros: Awesome Sandy Bridge performance, SATA 6Gbps and support for discrete graphics
Cons: Turbo Boost and memory not up to full speed, No USB 3.0, limited EFI options