Intel BOXDP67BGB3 Socket 1155, Intel P67, CrossFireX & SLI, SATA3&USB3.0, A&GbE, ATX Motherboard
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I spent quite a bit of time pining over which motherboard to purchase for my first ever total PC build. After three months of window-shopping and web-browsing I selected this one based on price, compatibility, capability and reviews.
The other items I selected were the intel i7 2600k processor, HAF912 PC tower case, and 8GB Corsair DDR3 RAM (all purchased from Amazon). I scavenged out of my HP some recently added components such as HP 250GB HDD, Seagate Barracuda 500GB HDD, and AMD Radeon HD 6700 series, along with the recently installed Corsair 600w power supply.
I was really nervous about this build for fear the investment would result in crap. Nervousness was unwarranted. SUPERB machine.
More reasons this motherboard rocks: what it doesn't say on the Amazon website is all the associated software that you get with it that makes it so easy to tune and monitor the performance of the entire system. AWESOME. Also, the installation instruction and labeling that came with both the motherboard and the PC case make assembly a no-brainer. In fact, much easier than assembling a halfway decent home entertainment system.
I was building a computer for my girlfriend and got her the third generation i5 (3450 3.1ghz). I put the entire machine together and tried to boot. The number displayed 1E and would just power cycle over and over. I had the latest BIOS on my motherboard. switched the CPU and it worked on both.
If you plan on using this processor with a third generation intel chip, make sure you have a spare processor that is 1155 socket thats not the 22 nm third generation around to perform the BIOS update, then it will work fine. This problem will also solve itself when new motherboards are shipped with the latest BIOS.