Chaintech have done a fantastic job power wise on the 9EJL1. Overclocking and overall stability were a joy, as was the additional tweaking options for the memory.
What let us down was the layout of the board and the fact that RAID wasn't added on this model. I personally use 2x 40GB Seagate IDE drives in RAID 0 array, and with this board I am required to get a extra RAID controller card.
In final thoughts I can say this board is a definite contender for anyone who wants that extra power for the Intel Pentium 4 CPU's
- Overclocking was simple and easy
- 354Mhz memory settings
- Hardware Sound and LAN
- Floppy Disk connector is bad spot
- No RAID functions
Rating: 9 out of 10.
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