Summary: This motherboard is inexpensive but is perfect for a replacement or a basic set up. When my motherboard died on the PC, I did not have a lot of money for a new computer or an expensive replacement, so I just found the cheapest one with decent reviews and now I have to add to the positive reviews.
Summary: Gigabyte is the best motherboard for any project. Over clocking is easy. It accepts lots of peripherals. This particular Gigabyte board has the added feature of being inexpensive. Thanks, Dave
Summary: Purchased this after my son's motherboard died on his HP that was less than 2 years old. HP, being HP,couldn't offer any help with the motherboard, but did offer to sell me a whole new computer.They said a replacement motherboard wouldn't be compatable.
Summary: It's a pretty good and pretty solid mobo. No problems yet, and I've only had it about two to three months at this point. I wish it was more expansion friendly, but it is an older model and that's what I paid for. It's well worth it's money.
Summary: Motherboard is very stable and performs well. Has a very capable score when tested with PassMark. I have had the motherboard in use for a couple of months and have not experienced any problem. Seems to very compatible with Win 7.
Summary: Good value in a motherboard - everything you are likely to need for a Core 2 Duo CPU. Has only 2 memory slots and limited expansion capability. Has full complement of SATA sockets, as well as IDE socket. Has on-board VGA and audio jacks.