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Intel DQ77MK

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Overall 10
10

Very Stable Desktop/Server Board

Hiroshi Nishida, Amazon
2 December 2013
  • Summary: I have four of these and all of them are super stable with Windows and FreeBSD. Besides the stability, this board comes with TWO INTEL (not RealTek!) NICs, which is very convenient for using as a server. Also, this is very energy efficient. Its idle power consumption is only 21W with no additional PCI cards. Anyway, I like this board very much.
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Overall 8
8.0

Business quality motherboard.

Amazon Customer "TheDude", Amazon
21 June 2013
  • Summary: I'm using this in a (home) server class system to run virtual machines and it's got everything I want. The vPro feature is excellent once you get it working. I took off a star because the BIOS appears, to me, to be impossible to ever update. None of the update tools work and I blew out one motherboard already trying to do it. I gave up, but I don't think it needs any BIOS updates, it works perfectly on the current BIOS for my needs.
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Overall 10
10

Great board

Adam Sher, Amazon
12 June 2013
  • Summary: This was purchased to replace an older board for a system running VMware vSphere 5.1U1. There is one thing you need to know if you intend to run VMware on this. The default VMware drivers will only detect 1 of the 2 network cards. To get the 2nd one working, following the directions from here: http://virtual-drive.in/2012/11/16/enabling-intel-nic-82579lm-on-intel-s1200bt-under-esxi-5-1/ After following those instructions, everything was working perfectly.
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Overall 10
10

Outstanding!

Nutz2u, Amazon
10 June 2013
  • Summary: Justa solid Ivy Bridge MB. It just works. Great with Linux, 3770, & 32Gb! Too bad Intel wants to exit the MB business with Haswell! I bought three of these!
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Overall 10
10

Excellent choice for stability and virtualization

M. Wise, Amazon
19 May 2013
  • Summary: This motherboard is an excellent choice for people interested in virtualization, remote management options, and a highly stable and compatible system. With the right (non-K) processor, it supports pretty much every virtualization option available out of the box. I don't use a bare metal hypervisor, but this board has wide compatibility with them. The UEFI BIOS is simple to use and mouse-compatible.
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Overall 10
10

Rock Solid.

Brandon Zeeb, Amazon
26 April 2013
  • Summary: This is probably the single most stable motherboard I've had the pleasure of building a system around. Been up for two solid months without a hiccup. Not to mention perfect Linux support.
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Overall 10
10

This Board is Awesome

Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 March 2013
  • Summary: This board is working great for ESXI 5.1. You will need to install a custom VIB to get the 82579LM to work but that only takes about 5 min. Vpro AMT KVM is why i bought this board and it is working great although documentation is lacking. You can configure access by hitting ctrl P at the boot screen. after configuring you will need to download VNC plus or Dameware Mini remote control to access the console. you can also power on/off and reboot.
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Overall 10
10

Just what I

engnome, Amazon
15 February 2013
  • Summary: Using this as a build for a 2012 Hyper V server. Product arrived ontime and so far no issues. Will update later on exact build I am using.
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Overall 10
10

Does the job right

Tomas Delgado, Amazon
16 December 2012
  • Summary: So far I've had no problems with this, I've installed an i7 processor and all looks good. It's a good buy.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent for my UNIX workstation

bqb, Amazon
11 December 2012
  • Summary: I've built a lot of computers with hardware from Asus, Shuttle, and several others. This motherboard was the quickest & easiest to configure. The BIOS options are flexible, BIOS updates can be done from the BIOS itself without needing any bootable media and just a flash drive for loading the new image. I built this as a UNIX workstation and to run various VMs with VirtualBox. I installed 32GB of G.SKILL Sniper DDR3 1600 memory and an i7-3770 CPU.
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