If you want solid reliability the DZ77 boards are at the top.
10 March 2013
Summary: Traditional Intel Reliability and Warranty keeps these media boards my favorites for over 15 years. I still use the retired DP67DP boards and will probably be using the DZ77s when they retire with the 3rd gen i7s too.
Summary: It's got the solid reliability you expect and all the overclocking you want. This is my second stock Intel mobo after decades of "uber" overclocking boards and it delivers what all the others can't: reliability.
Summary: This is with a Core i3-2120.... I normally by Asus, but wanted to try Intel branded for once. Would have gave it 5 stars but small annoyances prevent it: 1) the 12V CPU power plug should be relocated to the right of the CPU (not the left)... my cable (bottom mounted PS) barely reaches it; 2) the capacitor is too close to the USB 3.0 front panel connector; 3) if you want the board/software to control the fan speed, you need to buy a 4-pin PWM fan; 4) Not enough of the...