Summary: i wish it has XP 32bit drivers and windows 7 & 8 x64 drivers i have tested the board with 16gb of ram and linux and it works as a server but i some times need a XP box and i wish i can use 16gb of ram in windows :)
Summary: I wish I had read the reviews and had done a little better job of researching before I bought this board. There is no graphics support for 64bit operating systems and now Intel has removed the support page for it from their site, so you can't download any drivers for this board. It works OK with 32 bit Windows 7, but that's not what I wanted. This is no fault of Amazon. The reviews were there and I should have read them. I would not recommend this board.
Summary: Intel is no longer supporting this motherboard. We bought 3 of them because of problems we were having. Unfortunately, our problems are now worse. We are going to have to do more research and find out what will work.
Summary: This board+processor combo is useful only as standalone server. This doesn't have drivers that support windows 8, so metro apps always crash. Also, even though the processor is 64 bit, there are not 64 bit graphics drivers, so you will be left with only basic video adapter in any 64 bit OS.
Summary: The Intel D2700DC motherboard was effortless to install. I used it to upgrade an old Dell PC, so I reused the case, power supply, DVD drive, hard drive and wireless card. The board is rock solid and the drivers installed as they should. Overall Windows 7 32bit performance is very good and I recommend this board to replace an older PC, all for less than $130! The motherboard documentation was easy to follow and anyone could install this board.
Summary: As of the 29th of May 2012, there is no proper linux support for the on board graphics for this motherboard. There's a driver being developed currently but it doesn't support all the features of the on board graphics. This will be a good low power board to use for linux when the graphics driver are supported. Also I had to do a bios update before it would see two memory chips. I still can't get it to see anything I plug into the mini PCI express slot.
Summary: This is a great little board but has its limits. It is power friendly, has no CPU fan (good for HTPC), and runs cool (so you can keep it inside an entertainment center without worry of overheating). There are no video drivers for Win 7/Vista/XP/WHS 2011 64bit which is an annoyance. 32bit OS's are ok but 64bit is out of the question if you are wanting video.
Summary: Very nice card. It sits in a Emko EM-154B chassis with PicoPSU m 80w 80w ac / dc adapter, 4GB frame and an Intel x25-m 80gb ssd. Boot Win 7 in about 20 seconds and consumes 16w =) Mycket trevligt kort. Det sitter i ett Emko EM-154B chassie med PicoPSU 80w m. 80w ac/dc adapter, 4GB ram och en Intel x25-m 80GB ssd.
Summary: Very satisfied with this motherboard. Consumes mine malt with power, run it in a web server and consumes around 25w with an SSD and 3Gb memory. Mycket nöjd med detta moderkort. Förbrukar minemalt med ström, kör den i en webserver och förbrukar ca 25w med en SSD disk och 3Gb minne.
Summary: The chip is a GMA 3650, which unfortunately has little support among operating systems. The most common Linux distributions does not support, as well as the latest vanilla kernel (3.3) as I understand it. On the Windows side, Intel just a driver for Windows 7 32-bit (ie no graphics driver for 64-bit!).