Summary: I have been using this board for 12+ months now, 8 or those were with the on board graphics. Cost me $50 a year ago and was worth ever cent. A great basic board that will do every thing. If you need a socket 775 board dont mind only using sata drives (or IDE with a separate converter) and can live with a max of 8gb ram (Max ram is 8gb in 2 x 4gb sticks) then this is your board.
Summary: The GOOD: + Cheap + Working fine, no issues noticed during build/setup. The BAD: - No IDE (PATA) ports, so you have to go all SATA. Would not be an issue if not reusing older peripherals. - No Floppy connector. Why is this important? Well if you're installing a RAID card then you'll need to install the driver as part of the OS install. Older Windows Operating Systems required that the driver reside on a floppy.