Summary: Got this board for a Duo Core 2.8 GZ Micro media PC running Win7. When using the on board HDMI to play a HD video the thing boggs down bad, no guts at all. I diabled the onboard video and stuck in a decent video card, problem solved. The board handled my mix of memory well - my past board crashed on this memory. For the features and price this is a pretty good board.
Summary: The DG33TL motherboard was a top-of-the-line board when it was first introduced. However, as of 2011, it is out-of-date and not supported by Intel. It served as a worthy replacement for my previous motherboard of similar type, but unfortunately, it isn't entirely compatible with the features of Windows 7; in particular, the Intel Management Engine Interface.
Summary: I purchased this mobo for a client, to replace his dead one. From what I saw when I was installing and performance wise, this is a great addition to any tower. An added bonus is it will double as your media server, the extra SATA and e-SATA port even allow for basic RAID. All in all another solid product from Intel.
Summary: If you're still using Intel's older LGA775 chipset, this board will fit the bill nicely. I bought this board to replace Intel's DP43TF model that mysteriously simply failed to recognize any installed graphics cards (a real bummer when it happened). Initially, two of the board's 5 SATA ports failed to recognize hard drives, and after spending a few hours switching drives back and forth, I decided to call the company for either a possible replacement or an entirely...
Summary: Though I am very pleased with the motherboard running Linux, I had an issue and could not install WinXP SP1 (Micriosoft did not have the drivers needed in the release I own). Otherwise, I have no problems with any aspects of this board and can honestly recommend it.