Summary: This board has socket LGA1155 not LGA775 as per the bullet-point description. Not sure why the person who wrote out the listing would even mention LGA775 - that's a socket type, not a form-factor.
Summary: Very nice features for the price. Lack of internal USB3 headers (onboard/rear only) is forgivable. Virtu support is cool but of questionable utility unless you encode video alot. You can't change RAM while a Graphics card is installed, and the RAM slot are too close to the CPU for big aftermarket...
Summary: Rather than bore you with what worked, I'll just relate what did not. Build: Z68DB mobo Intel Core i5-2400 8G Corsair 1333 MHz DDR3 120M Intel 320 SSD Win 7 64-bit Application is use as a digital audio workstation (DAW), running Reaper 4 and Audacity.
Summary: Bought this board to be a server, with an i7 and 16 Gb. What I did not know is that the onboard network port requires a microsoft operating system to install its driver. Using plug in NICs, but shouldn't have to. Downvoted for lack of Linux support. Downvoted for lack of ATA HD support, SATA only.