Summary: I was wanting a motherboard that I could swap over all my old hardware initially. Then have the capability to upgrade various components for a fast and smooth computer. The product is absolutely perfect. It is exactly what I wanted.
Summary: Love this motherboard, I liked the fact it was small but still was able to handle what I put in it. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to use it for small-medium media or just someone trying to get rid of a giant tower to go to a smaller compact version.
Summary: Used to build an Intel Core Duo Linux (Debian 7) server. Lots of great features for a SKT-775 mother board. Had no issues with drivers under Debian 7. The faster RAM and SATA options are a big selling point.
Summary: good motherboard for the price, have it running on this gaming machine and it stands up great, be aware this is a small board though. awkward to work on unless you have pixie hands, also forget about using the pci ports if you have a top graphics card, completely obscures the ports, sata cables was abit of a squeeze also. If you dont have a fat GFX card and you are building a capable yet compact system it is ideal. overall..
Great board to extend the life of your quad-core 775 CPU
9 February 2013
Summary: I had two identical machines with Intel Q6600 CPUs mounted on boards with DDR2, but I wanted to use DDR3 memory for music production purposes. I upgraded one PC with one of these boards and made comparisons - the DDR3 PC blew the DDR2 PC away when it came to realtime music production, so i upgraded the second PC too.