Summary: Going on two years now and have had no problems. Runs silently 16 hours a day. Used for burning and playing CD music, DVD & Blu-ray movies, games, Photoshop, and internet. No problems with this motherboard at all. Couldn't ask for a more reliable product.
Summary: I tried all different combinations of firmware updates and drivers updates. Clean installing Windows 7 x64 several times, RMA'ing the board twice, and it didn't help. I thought if I give them some time, the USB 3.0 will get fixed with a firmware update and a driver update. I was wrong.
Pros: Has all the important ports such as Displayport, HDMI, DVI. Power efficient.
Cons: Renesas USB 3.0 dies whenever transferring large files via rear USB 3.0 port.
Summary: Imagine an entire PC on a 7.5 inch square board! It's all here, and more. I built a NAS appliance with this board and an i3 processor. It works great. Set-up was easy, and the provided documentation is excellent.
Summary: I use this in a low power machine I built for my mom. It is absolutely 100% stable and works with the newest of the I3/I5/I7 processors. I love the quality of Intel products. They are always a cut above the rest.
RESOLVED - UPDATE to: Awesome until firmware update
Brendan M., Newegg
18 September 2012
Summary: I'm sticking with Intel for my super low wattage builds since their board draw several watts less than other brands.
Pros: I resolved the issue! Search for "New BIOS version for H67 boards, 0156" on the Intel Community forums. Intel acknowledges the issue. I had to downgrade firmware to 155 and change a fan label to overwrite a corrupt value. All quiet again!
Cons: Latest firmware caused issue, but I got it resolved. I'm happy now.
Summary: I really love my Intel boards because they draw so little power. I am not sure if I am going to buy Intel for my next build in a few weeks.
Pros: This board provided exactly what I wanted. A power efficient, quiet platform with Intel quality. Its been extremely stable, but I'm running defaults.
Cons: My original board crapped out after a year and I RMA'd it. Something must have happened that I can't figure out because Intel charged me half price for a new board. The replacement board shipped with very old BIOS Rev.76, which I updated to the current Rev.156. From that point forward, my chassis...
Summary: Works great. I've bought three. BUT - one smelled a bit at first, now is fine; one works but the PCH runs hot right at the top of spec; the third was perfect. I paid extra $ for the intel branded board. Probably could have gotten the cheapy and gotten the same quality.