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Intel DH67CF
6.1 out of 10

Intel DH67CF

Great Deal: $139.97

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Flawless

R. Reece "RRR", Amazon
25 April 2013
  • 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.
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works great

Richard E Mathes, Amazon
14 December 2012
  • 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.
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Mini ITX motherboard

ronrmoose, Amazon
30 March 2012
  • Summary: Very compact with all the video outputs you need. Works as well as the larger m-ATX versions but still runs cool with even the powerful CPU's.
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Great mobo for HTPC

James K, Amazon
23 December 2011
  • Summary: I bought 3 of these for Windows 7 Media Center HTPCs. It's the best mobo for this application I've found to date. Installed it in a SilverStone SG06 case for a nice compact cool-running system.
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replace your workstation

Michael P., Newegg
1 December 2011
  • Summary: Workstation replacement Antec ISK-300 case -next build will put in Noctua 80mm fan DH67CFB3 mboard i3 2100 plus low profile Thermaltake fan Crucial 64GB SSD ASUS EN210 Silent low profile video card with fins dremmeled down to fit case - runs cool 8GB crucial.com "guaranteed" match memory Netgear...
  • Pros: Mini itx Better than Zotac - Zotac wireless isnt strong fast RAID low power consumption (could have used 65W supply)
  • Cons: None. Don't try to do too much with this mboard
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Love this MoBo

Daryl S., Newegg
30 November 2011
  • Summary: Wish all 4 SATA ports were 6.0gb/s.
  • Pros: Intel LAN Dual Display with DisplayPort/DVI SATA 6gb/s USB 3.0 Quality
  • Cons: Hard to knock it. Good price for what you get. Was everything I expected it to be and more.
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Nice mini-ITX board

Philip N., Newegg
8 August 2011
  • Summary: I am using the board to build a small home NAS. FreeNAS 8.0.1 beta4 detects all hardware without a problem and runs great. I want to run a little better performance OS with more ZFS file system features and want to run NexentaStor, but it currently has no support for the Intel NIC on the mobo (as...
  • Pros: mini-ITX form factor, Intel NIC, sata 3 (6gb)
  • Cons: Does not support Intel VT-d technology
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OUTSTANDING

Raymond J., Newegg
30 July 2011
  • Pros: First Sandy Bridge purchase. Installed in an htpc with a Core i3 2105 and an ssd. Speed and quality like I've never seen.
  • Cons: The next generation (Ivy Bridge)is already being manufactured. So much for having the latest tech.
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Stable and Functional

Dr. D., Newegg
9 June 2011
  • Pros: I am very happy with this motherboard. It runs cool and it is stable and functional.
  • Cons: The bios should not be accessed by F keys for people like myself who use mini wireless without such function key.
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Nice Board

Harry M., Newegg
4 June 2011
  • Summary: I accidentally installed ESET Smart Security from INTEL's driver disk that came with the motherboard. I tried to remove it thru Windows 7 remove software option but it still popped up alert boxes. I finally just reinstalled Windows 7 from scratch (this goes fast on an SSD).
  • Pros: SATA III and USB 3.0. Few BIOS options to mess with.
  • Cons: Do not recommend ESET Smart Security.
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