Summary: This is my fifth D510MO that I have used to build various computers. All work perfectly without any flaws. I have been running two of them nonstop for over a year or so now. Remember to update the BIOS from Intel's web site to the latest and you should have no problems. Also I installed 4 GB of memory and It does everything I want in a computer. XP only recognizes 3.2 GB of memory which is normal for XP.
Summary: I bought this board ( Intel Desktop Board D510MO with integrated Intel Atom processor D510 - Motherboard - mini ITX - iNM10 - SATA-300 - Gigabit Ethernet - video - High Definition Audio (6-channel) ) to use as a firewall for my home office network along with the case MI-008 Tower Black P4 Chassis with 250W Itx Psu+sata Power Supply . Before loading up the Untangle firewall software, I loaded Windows 7 Professional and was very pleased with the performance.
Summary: I've bought this little piece of hardware for my home NAS/Web/Torrentdownloader box. Installation with MI-008 Tower Black P4 Chassis with 250W Itx Psu+sata Power Supply chassis was no trouble. I've used couple of spare 2gb kingstone modules, 2 tb seagate hdd and that's it: small, extremely low power consuming device, capable of automatic download of anything you want from the web, serving some http requests, hosting video/music libraries and other data for your home...
Summary: The reliability and and quality control of the D510MO is very poor. All the features of this machine, or any machine for that matter, are useless if the thing does not work. I have had THREE Intel D510MO ITX motherboards for use in a single system in my home. The first arrived with a bad BIOS checksum and would boot only sometimes, so I returned it. The second has worked for a while but the Ethernet connection crapped out twice.
Summary: I use mine for FreeNas running two encrypted 1.5 TB HDDs. Works like a champ and only 25 watts when idle. Silent, cool, and gets the job done! Edit - Perfect for Nas or specific tasks. Not a good idea for HTPC due to its lack of Graphics power.
Summary: I was looking for a low power motherboard that I could use to build a 24/7 server. All I needed was a server that could stream movies and share files and that was small enough that I could stuff the whole thing into my small server room and have very little maintenance. This board was perfect. I found an Apex case that is very small and also worked perfectly. The D510MO board is very stable and handles all my file serving and movie streaming needs.
Summary: Combine this with a Broadcom Crystal HD mini-pcie card (the latest model), give it 4 gigs of ram, use a SSD hard drive for your 64-bit OS and BAMN!!! The uber low powered 1080p video playing, Hulu streaming fanless HTPC! YES, I can do full screen HULU at its highest setting. The key here is your drivers, plug-ins and settings. If streaming video is of most importance, set your desktop screen resolution to 720p.
Summary: I used this board in a always on mini-web/media server. It is currently configured with a 64GB SSD, 2 GB of Patriot DDR2-800 RAM, a 60Watt PICO PSU, and a Mini-Box case. I'm running SAMBA to share it on my network, and APACHE to serve my ROKU box media. I used Ubuntu Desktop, and had it up and running in 20 minutes. It's solid, easy to configure, and so far very reliable. Frankly, this is one of the best Motherboards I've ever owned, and its running an Atom!