Summary: I'm not sure what all the bad reviews are about. This board is awesome! It has just about everything you could EVER want. (Wireless, Bluetooth are included in a module that plugs into a USB 2.0 header), Dual Gigabit Ethernet, TONS of USB 3.0 ports. Some high powered USB 2.0 ports. Intel Thunderbolt port. Smooth Intel design. Power and Reset on the board. A button on the back for jumping to the Bios when overclocking doesn't quite go right.
Summary: I have probably built for friends and myself over fifty computers throughout the past few years or so. For all of these builds with no exception I have use Intel manufactured motherboard with no problem ever, until the last time. Unfortunately, I have to exchange this motherboard three times and still would not stay in working condition. The best I got was couple of weeks or so and then would not boot.
Summary: The Amazon's product picture of "Intel Desktop Board DZ87KLT-75K" advertises a JTAG adapter connector, the real motherboard I received doesn't have it. This is a very big disappointment for me.
Great motherboard, got it at great price, minor board quality issues
Subir Sarbabidya, Amazon
2 January 2014
Summary: Amazon delivered the board in mint condition on time, as usual. I normally buy Amazon stocked or FBA items simply for the delivery assurance even if other merchants are a bit cheaper. Putting up my whole new rig using this board on a Cooler Master N-300 with 4 fans was a breeze. It was quite a few pieces of hardware with a i7-4770K, 16 GB of 1600 Mhz DRAM an Intel 530 SSD and a few bulk Seagate drives and the Intel AC 7260 WiDi card, took me only a few hours.
Great business class fully loaded MB. Great built for a super fast machine
15 December 2013
Summary: After reading a lot of info on MB I decided to take a plunge and buy this Intel motherboard. I am very happy I did. It was exactly what I wanted. I needed a board that had mSata and a lot of sata ports. I have been using Intel mb for a while and enjoy their Raid drive. I run a lot of drives in the computer locally. This mb fit the bill. I used an i7 4770k processor, 16 gb of ram in a Corsair D700 case with a Corsair power supply amen other parts.
Summary: 1) CMOS error on first boot. 2) Unable to recognize UEFI device (Asus RaidR Express PCI SSD) even though in BIOS UEFI was checked along with Legacy and UEFI internal shell was enabled. 3) Pressing power button would turn fans on for a moment, then shut down system. Three tries to get it to boot. 4) Tried updating BIOS from 5/16/2013 version to 6/21/2013 version using the F7 approach and a USB stick. System would shut down on reboot instead of flashing BIOS.
I really want this board to work. It's been very hard to do so
A. Meyer, Amazon
7 October 2013
Summary: This board should be great. It runs fast, with good I/O, fantastic peripherals, and burns 50 watts doing basic tasks (which is about the same as my old dual-core atom, but with much better performance. Unfortunately, it is really hard to get it to work right. Lots of components need custom drivers, the bios is difficult/flakey, and there is a know problem with 32GB of Corsair Vengeance RAM. Intel is promising to fix this error - months after the board has been released.
Replacing the Intel DZ87KLT-75k has issue under load (not OverClocking) Standard 3.50GHz that can not be Fix.
Gerald j Schmidt, Amazon
16 September 2013
Summary: Having booting Issue (Boots-Up one time and after OS shut-down and will not reboot) it can not find the Win 7 Pro 64b OS Seagate 1TB 6 B/S drive with only System Files. Reinstalled the 5 year Intel i7-920/ASUA-P6T system and had no problem finding OS on the same hard drive and same Number of Hard Drives,DVD Drives, and USB Device( 02 USB-2 HP Printers) (DVD Storage Carousel Unit 3), (a Tape2PC Player and Turn Table), (2 Video Cards ATI 4670 W/ Cross-Fire) that were on...