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 coolers (not a problem for Intel's boxed i5 cooler), and are also too close together for good airflow. Decent for a HTPC or basic PC, overclockers look elsewhere.
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. If you got here looking to upgrade an older rig using an LGA775 processor, look elsewhere as I'm fairly confident this one won't work with that socket. Otherwise, seems like a decent board for the cost.
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. Interface provided by a PreSonus FireStudio Project over FireWire 400 (IEEE 1394A).
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. Using a plug in card to support my DVD devices with their ATA connections. Otherwise, a solid MB.