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Intel Desktop Board Media Series LGA 1155 DDR 1333 Micro-ATX Form Factor - BOXDH67BLB3
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- Intel H67 Express Chipset
- Four 240-pin DIMM connectors for dual-channel DDR3 1333/1066 MHz memory support for up to 32 GB maximum memory
- Two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 back-panel ports
- Supports the 2nd gen Intel Core processors, including the Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i5 processors,Intel Built-in Visuals,other Intel processors
- 1333/1066 MHz memory support for up to 32 GB maximum memory connected directly to the processor via the integrated memory controller.
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|CPU Model Socket||Socket 1155||LGA 1155||Intel -LGA 2011||Intel - LGA 1155|
|Chipset||Information not provided||Intel H61||Information not provided||Information not provided|
|Form Factor||Micro ATX||Micro ATX||ATX||Micro ATX|
|Total PCI slots||4||4||1||0|
|Memory Slots Available||4||2||4||2|
|Total SATA ports||6||4||5||4|
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It has lots of USB ports, including two USB 3.0. (No legacy PS/2 ports for mouse and keyboard, tho.) Also, no firewire (but like I said, two USB 3.0's).
I loaded the four DIMM slots with 16GB of RAM, and am using the single parallel PCI slot for a parallel interface card, for my legacy printer. The board has an additional two PCI express slots, which I am not using.
Had no trouble installing the MB into an Antec mid tower case. The CPU fan snaps in easily.
Flashing the BIOS with the "F7" utility worked fine & I didn't even need any bootable media, just a USB flash drive.
Low power consumption & no need for a discrete graphics card - especially for a server. At idle, the system only uses 46-47 watts with an Intel SSD, 500GB WD Black 7200 RPM HD, 5 fans (3 case, 1 CPU cooler, 1 power supply), and one extra Ethernet card.
2x SATA 3 (6 Gbit/s) ports & 2x USB 3.0 ports... though I had an issue using the SATA 3 ports with Linux (I think it was a Linux issue) so I just moved the connections to the SATA 2 ports.
Intel reliability - THREE year warranty.
UPDATE 2011-06-16: I bought another one of these for a Windows Home Server upgrade. There are no network drivers for Windows Home Server, Server 2003, and I think Server 2008 R2 as well (because Intel claims this is a "desktop" not "server" board so I guess they feel there is no need)... so beware. I ended up having to use a separate network card instead of using the built-in NIC.
UPDATE 2014-02-10: Knocking this down to 2 stars because it died due to a BIOS update. It said the updated completely successfully, then it powered down and would not come back up. All attempts to use the BIOS recovery feature failed. I had to go out and buy a new MB (non-Intel this time). At least it lasted a bit more than 2 years but what a pain to have a needed machine go down from a BIOS update. I've never had this happen before and I've updated the BIOS on a lot of machines.
UPDATE 2014-03-01: I'm raising this to 3 stars because Intel replaced the motherboard under warranty at no cost to me (except for my time). A+ for Intel service.
WARNING! This motherboard like the previous reviewer said has no legacy ports for your mouse and keyboard. You must have a USB adapter for each for both to work. Amazon has several adapters. I bought the 'USB to PS/2 Adapter' by GWC Technology Inc. It can connects both mouse and keyboard to just one USB port.
P.S. You cannot install a single 8gb module in any one of the slot. Your module would need to be a double-sided memory module to work as 8GB. Otherwise it is impossible to add all 4 of the 4 GB modules to equal 32gb.
Some things to note about this motherboard:
- This was a replacement for a pre-B3 stepping board, so I just swapped all of the new accessories from the new box to the old one and shipped the old one back (with the new accessories) before installing the replacement... That was a silly thing to do as the I/O shield is slightly different. So, an FYI for anybody else intelligent enough to do what I did. ;)
- The new B3 stepping board has a Foxconn socket. My old B2 stepping board had a LOTES socket. Since this board is actually manufactured by Foxconn for Intel, it makes since, but just a head's up for people looking at images on the web from the original board showing the LOTES socket.
- My board shipped with a pre-realease BIOS from 11/15/2010 which caused my CPU PWM fan to max out before I updated the BIOS... So, keep in mind that a BIOS update may be required. (checking for the latest BIOS is always a good idea when getting a new motherboard.)
All in all, this board will serve as a great, inexpensive backbone to my moderate level PC.
Anyways, I purchased this board to replace her other, didn't need to reload the OS or anything. Simple installed drivers and everything was good to go. System is running faster than ever and now she can actually use all of the memory that I had purchased for her. She said that her gaming hasn't lagged nearly as hard now and everything seems a lot more smooth lately. Great buy! would buy again!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Intel Boards are by far the most reliable Motherboard you can buy and a great Warranty to match. Read morePublished 1 day ago by P. Burt
Bought this motherboard to help a friend build a PC for his wife. He had previously bought a motherboard elsewhere and it did not work well, so I helped him shop around and compare... Read morePublished 22 days ago by A. F. Freire
very disappointed. it doesn't have a usb 3.0 connector on the motherboard (for a cable to attach to front of case usb 3.0). Read morePublished 1 month ago by craig p
It was a little pricey in my opinion, as i just bought it in 2016 a month ago or so; however it was the best option for purchasing, as LGA 1155 socket type motherboards are hard to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Benjamin robbins
I purchased this board to replace an ASUS board that died on me. I love the fact that it supports 32 GB of ram!Published 2 months ago by S. C.
Received item promptly. Installed and tested core i3 and core i5 which both cpu's work great. So far so good. At this point in time I would purchase from this vendor again. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer