Summary: Very simple no frills board. I used this as a HTPC build witha i3 3225 and works wonderfully. It works as it should without stability problems. If you want to overclock and do other fancy stuff, this is not for you. But for simple builds, HTPC, PC for family etc, this board fits the bill very nicely. The price is just right.
Summary: I got this board for $60. I will always consider Foxconn for future; it's a good mobo maker. They are putting effort into customer service. Board has premium features compared to stock intel H67 spec point. HDMI....SATA3 ports...
Summary: I bought this board for a mini-itx build while looking at some forums on cheap mac osx builds. I went with the Intel Pentium g620 and 4 gb of ram and it worked just as expected. The board looks good(if you are concerned with that) and comes with a couple of sata cables for hooking up your hard drives. The specs for the board can be online and everything worked as expected on mine. Note: I bought this board over 6 months ago and it still is running fine.
Summary: Great mini-itx motherboard, loaded with tons of great features, but has one minor problem when it comes to memory! What ever you do, don't buy Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1333MHz for this motherboard! Amazon pairs this particular memory with this motherboard but trust me it's not compatible at all! I installed Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and I got one BSOD after another during the install.
Summary: I bought this a year ago for a new HTPC I was building. Got several parts on sale and ended up being a nice build. I put this in the Apex case that can be found here for about $50, but was $35 on sale, and includes a PSU. I put a core i3 2120T in it, 8gb ram, an ssd, 1.5TB hdd, and Blu-ray burner. I think I got the board for $60. I was actually pretty surprised at the quality of the all color manual that came with it.
Summary: I just wanted a inexpensive mobo for a htpc in the bedroom. The Foxcoon had some nice features for the price. I purchased and received the board in a timely matter. The board had missing markings and there was no manual to see what was what on the board. I built many computers but this was first time where a board was missing markings and no directions included.
Well, First one failed, Second one also failed? Refund on the way
Andrew Lam "Andrew C Lam", Amazon
5 November 2012
Summary: This board is cheap, and rightly so. I picked up this board when a friendly neighbor who just asked me to recommend a good entertainment PC for under $800 bucks. Well, I just replied why don't I build you one? He wanted a budget PC that's small, and for entertainment/web surfing/youtubing/show recording and blu-ray movie playbacks. My neighbor and I were initially surprised of what I can build, because the specs that fits the job couldn't be more affordable..
Summary: My first Foxconn H67 board would not POST. After an hour of troubleshooting, I found that an IC next to the CPU socket had fallen out and the pins were too badly tweaked to put back on the board. Ended up doing an RMA with Amazon (amazingly fast shipping BTW) and the second board also had the same loose IC. This one wasn't damaged however and I was able to seat it back on the board and everything is running flawlessly.