Perfect replacement motherboard for a failed motherboard
15 December 2012
Summary: I could not find a new replacement of the motherbord that failed. In searching for a replacement motherboard with specific requirements, this motherboard presented itself with compatable specifications and additional features.
Summary: the product arrived as promised.runs great....direct replacement .was easy and simple to install .came with all the parts for a new install and had my pc up and running in a matter of a half hour..thanks again!!!!
Summary: insanely well packaged in large box lots of padding ,, was appreciated, ppl can learn packaging lessons lol,,,, very pleased it loaded up im happy old style but what i wanted to use in a set up of extra odds and end and in emergency if other mobo breaks
Summary: I have been happy with this board now for two years. But lately, I tried capturing audio from the Internet and am unable to do so. There is no way to use "Stereo-Mix" for the sound source with the Sigmatel sound drivers. It appears Intel deliberately had Sigmatel leave this option out. Only three solutions available to user, Mic in, Line in and Line out. And because there is few PCI slots, a sound card addition is difficult.
Summary: You need this to be a written review...lol. I would crash the servers with people running away from their monitors. This product was beyond compare in my opinion. I used this board in my own build, No overclocking,although it will overclock quite well, because I was trying to build a problem-free computer I can count on to have working all the time, and with no blue screens -ever. I got what I was looking for.
Summary: So far I have found this product to be garbage. I bought the retail board from DealStop. The boards PCI-E slots didn't work properly (no video with a pci-e 2 card) DealStop RMA'd the board (thankyou DealStop for that). The second board has working PCI-E slots, however the onboard floppy controller doesn't work, the built in raid controller sometimes works and sometimes says it doesn't exist. And the bios seems to go off for a walk occasionally.