Summary: Needed to replace motherboard with one compatible with Linux -- this one booted out of box, with wifi, bluetooth, sound, display, USB, USB3 etc. all working -- using default Linux Mint 15 build. Nearly silent operation, very cool given i7 2600s installed, running 16GB of memory. Looks like genuine intel wifi/bluetooth dual antenna setup. Graphics card setup is very close to radial heatsink on processor.
Summary: This works awesome. I use it for gaming (D3 mostly) and it performs very well. The small form factor allowed me to pack this into a small Lian-Li case along with a Gigabyte Ge-force 650 Ti. Setting up RAID wasn't too hard to figure out. Using UEFI feature is cool, because configuring drive partitions is simpler since they are all primary, no need to think about extended partitions anymore.
Summary: Great board! It has no issues and the onboard WiFi allows me yo connect without any additional expansion cards. I used the one PCIE slot for a full length nvidia 770 GPU, which fits without issue!
Summary: Everything is working fine for me so far, I'm running this with an i3-3240 and a 7770, and I'm having no issues. The WiFi works OK as well. I also like the looks, It matches well with the other components in my steam machine. I did do a full overview of this MoBo on my youtube channel for those that are interested.
Summary: I used this Mini-ITX motherboard in an HTPC application and it is perfect for my needs. I had a left-over i5-3570 processor and a couple of 4 GB sticks of Crucial RAM that I wanted to reuse and this was a great solution. I am amazed at how much Gigabyte was able to incorporate in this tiny little package; even built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, plus a USB 3.0 header and Qty-2 SATA 6Gb/s ports (also Qty-2 SATA 3Gb/s ports).
Summary: I am not giving up on this board yet. However, it appears that the only other reviewer, for this mobo, may have had the same issue and figured out how to resolve the crash issue. I'm also using windows 7 64bit and having the system reboot when I try to use it as a media server. Oddly, the only gigabyte tech response that I've had, told me that this mini-itx motherboard requires a 300 watt power supply. I think that tech is smoking hash!
Summary: I read a lot of reviews from online tech publications on this board and they pretty much sum it up - if you're not over clocking, this is a great board! It has built-in wifi (a major plus) and can be used for hackintosh builds! So far so good!
Summary: One of the biggest reasons I got this one is because it had built in wifi, which I was worried about because I thought it would be slow, but it turned out really nice. It plays all online games without noticeable differences, so I can move my desktop around anywhere without connecting a bunch of stuff.