AGN Hardware heeft een review gepost van de IWill XA100Plus, één van de betere socket7 planken:
One of the nicest features of this board is it's offering of a wide array of FSB speeds to meet the demands of even the most stringent overclocker. Not only does this board have support for the ever popular 66, 75, 83, and 100MHz FSB settings but also includes support for 115, 120, 125, 130, 135, 140Mhz. So as long as your chip can handle the speed, and your RAM is up to snuff, you should be able to get this board humming along at a faster rate than normal. [break]Nog meer mobo reviews bij Super7.net, daar hebben ze een review van de Shuttle MB11. Een all-in-one socket370 (yep, bij Super7.net) moederbord met onboard video & audio:[/break] Although there are numerous jumpers for configuring the CPU frequency and clock multiplier, if you are going for default settings, you will simply need to pop in your CPU and some memory and you'll be ready to hook up your connectors and expansion cards and boot it up. This is because the BX chipset can auto-detect the proper speed and voltage for all currently available Celerons. The jumpers seem to be there for overclocking or future upgrade processors, but more about that later. BIOS configuration is pretty straightforward and you'll be up and running before you know it.