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Intel DH67CF
6.1 out of 10

Intel DH67CF

Great Deal: $139.97

Reviews and Problems with Intel DH67CF

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Overall 8
8.0

This is an amazing product

Brian P. Lawler, Amazon
19 January 2013
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

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.
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Overall 8
8.0

Pretty solid once you set it up...

Anthony D., Newegg
19 October 2011
  • Summary: I know there are some headaches to be expected in the mini-ITX realm, and so far they've at least been minor with this board. It's surived my stress tests and serves its purpose in my HTPC well.
  • Pros: Great set of features. HDMI out is perfect for HTPC applications. Enough SATA ports to satisfy most mini-ITX builds. USB ports are plentiful (though not supporting case-mounted USB 3.0 ports is slightly disappointing). Audio is about as good as integrated audio gets. Board layout is acceptable fo...
  • Cons: Not very out-of-the-box friendly. Win7 didn't recognize the integrated NIC without first running the included CD (which has some mostly worthless software to avoid). Getting audio working in Ubuntu was a pain (ALC892 not supported by default ALSA). BIOS is over a year old, so you may want to flas...
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Overall 8
8.0

Good board, beware of the cooler

Reiner F., Newegg
7 October 2011
  • Summary: Its a good, inexpensive board if you have a 65W or less CPU (Core i7 2600S is perfect here)
  • Pros: Intel integrated LAN (better than others), eSATA, etc.
  • Cons: Back of board won't accept brackets for LGA1156 coolers, needed to update the bios to get it to work with CAS 7 1366 memory.
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