Summary: Very fine rugged motherboard. Replaced an older dell motherboard and used all the older DVR, Memory, CPU (775 i7), and cabinet. Makes for a good, rugged, and reliable machine for school or work. Lacks the whistles and bells of the newest boards, but I am not a gamer. Dual memory slots allowed me to use my old PC2 memory for Dell SR5350F Compaq Presario Box.
Summary: Using it now for a couple months. It'a small upgrade, and I can continue boosting its performance with better video card, CPU, etc. Real stable. Look forward to years of use. Very happy with this board.
Summary: I was a little worried since this drive was listed as used but the board really does look brand new. I hooked this up along with 8gb of DDR3 ram that I bought around the same time, Everything worked seemlessly
Summary: Purchased this motherboard to replace an MSI DDR2-only motherboard which was working fine, but which I have now used to build a system to replace my wife's XP box. Left the 4G DDR2 memory in it and purchased 8G DDR3 for the new motherboard, which will use DDR2 or DDR3. This is not a gaming board but is a rock-solid general computing main board with enough features to fully satisfy my needs.
Summary: Bought this Motherboard to replace my old one that had little by little gone out (random restarts, blue screens, case Led's stopped functioning, usb's stopped functioning, would not post). after completely failing to boot my system, I found this motherboard (same manufacturer) which had the option to use DDR2 or DDR3 for the ram. since i had both laying around.
MSI makes a good motherboard and is the only kind I use but ...
27 July 2013
Summary: This motherboard is a basic older type motherboard with just the necessary features for an older type processor. It served the purpose I needed it for but if you are looking for something to handle more modern equipment this isn't it. MSI makes a good motherboard and is the only kind I use but be sure of what you are getting.
Summary: This Mobo is awesome. I found a 2.2 Intel Duo in my stack of computery junk and decided to build something with it. This board has the best specs I can find that have the LGA 775 socket. Tons of BIOS options and supports DDR3 RAM! I currently have Ubuntu running on this thing flawlessly and I intend to duel boot Windows so I can play my old PC video games I still love. Still a work in progress, but the MOBO is solid and makes a great place for my build to start.