Summary: I used this little board in a touch screen game machine I made. I mounted it in a micro ITX case right to the back of the monitor. Runs extremely cool. I think it might work without any fans at all :-)
Summary: I used this MB for a home made NAS unit... -Pros: -Worked out of the box -Stable -Used FREENAS with out any problems -CONS -CPU Fan a little noisy but not too bad. -10/100 MB NIC... It would have been fantastic if was a gigabit -Conclusion... again for my purpose it was perfect...
Summary: I bought this board just becuase it was so cheap since it had the mobo and the processor all in one. It was a very easy computer build since it was also my first one. Currently I have Windows 7 RC installed on it. I was pretty surprised on how nimble this little thin is.
Summary: Even though this board is geared toward "Internet-centric" and basic productivity applications, if you happen to be looking for a great little rig to run 2D games on, this may well be the best deal going. With it's miniscule size, price tag, and power consumption, the D945GCLF is very versatile.
Guillermo Ruiz Buenrostro "Quoth, the Raven", Amazon
27 December 2008
Summary: First, let me state an obvious thing: this board is not for everyone. It is a small, low-power computer mainboard built, designed and made (although not in that order) to use precisely as that, a small computer. It measures exactly 17 by 17 centimetres, five centimetres tall.
Summary: The Intel D945GCLF motherboard is a great product. This is a super way to start building a computer without the time-consuming complexity of buying many compatible components and assembling them into a working system.