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.
Summary: I bought this board ( ) to use as a firewall for my home office network along with the case . 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 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...
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.
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.
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.