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Pros: Absolutely NOTHING.
Cons: I bought 2 of these boards and they were both defective and ended up costing me a lot of money.
The first board would not accept a PCI modem. Upon installing windows it said there was an IRQ issue, so I reinstalled windows a couple times no to avail. Then took the same PCI modem and installed it into the other motherboard I bought (same board) and it worked fine.
The board with the IRQ issues ended up having to be replaced after I had already installed it at a clients office (I was in a crunch), After 2 days of use. So I bought the BOXDH67BLB3 which I initially wanted but was out of stock. Newegg would not refund me because I didn't have the exact box it came in (come on newegg I spend $2000 a month with you).
The board that accepted the PCI modem is now having black screening issues, which are looking like it's leading to being this motherboard again. Upon reading the review that Intel KNOWS there are problems with this board I wish Newegg would have been a little more lenien
Other Thoughts: I would say buying this board is a serious roll of the dice right now. I got 2 bad ones right in a row. I wish newegg would have helped me out a little more with the RMA. I haven't had time to return the other board to Intel but now it looks like I'll be RMA'ing two boards and probably be out some money because of this nightmare board.READ FULL REVIEW