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Is Intel's DH67BL any good?

I got a great deal on a DH67BL mother board i want to go with my i5 2500K

is it any good? or should spend an extra 100$ for a gigabyte or asus board?

gonna use it for casual gaming nothing major, so how much of a factor is the mother board.

p.s got a ASUS readon HD 6850 so not going to use the HDMI output of the board

thanks !
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  1. Best answer
    For a K series CPU it is better to get a P67 board. The intel H board would have been good if you where planning on using the IGP on the CPU.
  2. right

    so the cheapest one i could find is this one Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3

    will that suit my needs?
  3. Yes it is a good board for a single GPU system.
  4. thank you for your help
  5. Best answer selected by danw25.
  6. Intel DH67BL dont have vga ide and ps2
    have 8 usb , eSata , dvi-i , hdmi , s/pdif so choose which to buy
    i need dvi-i to vga converter bought new usb keyboard coz ps2 to usb converter dont work in game properly and new dvd writer so ***** hell experience wont buy intel products again in my life
  7. theranaware said:
    Intel DH67BL dont have vga ide and ps2
    have 8 usb , eSata , dvi-i , hdmi , s/pdif so choose which to buy
    i need dvi-i to vga converter bought new usb keyboard coz ps2 to usb converter dont work in game properly and new dvd writer so ****** hell experience wont buy intel products again in my life

    What about to do a home work before u buy it?

    There is a reason for it. VGA is old and low quality these days.

    PS2 is not needed, when most mouse and keyboard devices are USB.

    And its a low end stripped of regular features.

    Also Intel is the best in CPU's making, but in the mobo world, its quality is great, but it lacks a lots of other features that other makers include.

    So its no need to get all mad about it.

    So homework or aske here before the purchase is made : )
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