Summary: The board came quickly and left no doubt in its genuity. Packed properly etc. However, when I was installing the board, my scredriver slipped and scatched it. In fact, it cut through some vital paths rendering the board inoperable.
Summary: I'm not very friendly with windows, and Linux has some problems with most Intel boards, but this one is great! its chip set makes it very Linux friendly, and picks up on most of the high end processors, I liked it all around.
Summary: When my old motherboard died, finding good options for my Core2 Quad Q6700 was difficult. I've never used Intel motherboards before. Couldn't beat the price for a brand new board with enough expansion options. Documentation was well done. I'd buy another one of these if I needed one.
Summary: Being at the cutting edge of computers can be expensive. Being TOO far behind can be frustrating in terms of performance. This board hits a nice middle point in terms of giving very solid performance for a reasonable price.
Summary: Originally had an ECS G31T-M motherboard, a budget model with good performance and a few quirks. Used heavily with 3D games and a heat-producing graphics card in a not well-ventilated case, the ECS board gave out after about 5 or 6 years.
Summary: Used this motherboard as a replacement for an older model that used slightly older equipment. It worked great and tested fine on burn-in tests. The owner of the system I was working on said his system is running better than it ever has, which leads me to believe that his old board had issues from...