It works. I had no problem.
Do you have any heat or power problems?
I'm just asking myself why this board only supports 65W CPUs. I can't see a difference to other ITX mainboards when I compare the layout and power connectors.
I have no power or heat problems. The computer is in a Lian Li PC-Q11 case with no graphics card. The CPU idles around 33C and loads around 43C on stock cooler. Very cool running CPU. I think the 65 watt power issue is due to the lack of/lower quality VRMs that Intel put on the motherboard. In my opinion, for someone who wants to make a computer for daily use or gaming, they shouldn't have a problem.
Sorry for my late answer, but I was busy building my new gamecube
I've bought the DH67CF, an i5-2400(with Prolimatechs Samuel17) and a HD5850 and wanted to put all those things in a Silverstone Sugo05. Yesterday I received the case and had to see that my HD5850 won't fit in it; I got the Sapphiere Vapor-X which is about 2cm longer then the standard design.
So now I have to send the card back and get me a smaller one(XFX 6850 Dualfan).
But I couldn't wait much longer so I put everything together on my table without the case and it runs without any problems. At the first boot I received a warning message because of the 95W-CPU, but it seems more like a warning regarding the cooling of the CPU. I was a bit suprised how fast this combination is. It takes 13seconds to get into the windows logon screen; in that time my AM3-PC didn't even get to the boot logo
The i5 stays very cool in idle althoug the fan only gets 5V.
At first I had a bad feeling about buying an Intel plattform(because I never liked Intel), but now I don't regret it. The whole system is really great compared to its size.