Summary: Ok let me tell you the story, sinse i bught this brand new motherbord I really have a good impression of the product, the price was too good to let it go, so I decided to buy me one of this motherbords, now lets go to the poit, I perfectly installed the motherboard with a new 500w power supply and...
Summary: This is a great little board! It handles almost every Socket 775 processor, and has enough overclocking features to satisfy most needs. I bought this for installing Snow Leopard 10.6.4 and it runs 64bit, with everything working, with only one automatic install patch.
Summary: If you need a excellent value motherboard for an Intel core 2 processor for general purpose computing then this is your baby. Easy to set up and install has 4 sata ports, handles 8g of ddr2 800 ram, making it a good Win7 bd. Not a lot of expansion card slots,but enough to handle most things.
Summary: Replaced an Intel D865GSA which had failed. Installed the board, booted, recognized everything on POST, set the BIOS values for XP, and was installing Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Server when video died and system became non responsive. The large heat sink near the CPU was very hot.
Summary: I had a spare Pentium D dual core 945 3.4GhZ CPU and fan and chose this board because it handles a wide array of CPU s, old and new, just in case I want to do some testing or update to a newer E6300, etc. This board is nicely built and I had no problems putting together a system using it.
Summary: I bought this for my old man's new PC, I usually get ASUS but I always wanted to try a gigabyte. I really liked it, more than the ASUS boards, see the specs, and if it is for you, don't doubt getting it.
Summary: This motherboard is listed as £414.00! Four HUNDRED and FOURTEEN great british pounds sterling?? That has GOT to be a typo! Wow! for that you could (and can) buy an intel i5 3570k, mid range motherboard and 8gb of good DDR3!