Anand heeft een review van de IWill BDF100Plus slot1 mammaplank in elkaar geknutseld. Dit is IWill's tweede generatie slot1 bord, met een 5/2/1 (PCI/ISA/AGP) configuratie en 4 DIMM slots. Als één van de weinige niet-Abit planken is dit ding jumperless en doet hij aan voltage tweaking. Serieuze concurrentie voor Abit?
Out of the 24+ hours AnandTech tested the Iwill BD100Plus, it crashed a total of two times, both crashes weren't related to memory or other hardware issues rather seemingly software related crashes. While overclocked, even when using the 124MHz FSB setting, the BD100Plus performed on par with the ABIT BX6 Revision 2. The test bed's stability at 133MHz was hindered due to the unwillingness of the Matrox G200 to operate at the overclocked 88MHz AGP frequency. The performance of the BD100Plus was slightly higher than what competing boards tend to pull in as far as Winstone and Quake 2 benchmarks are concerned, however as AnandTech has made it a point to stress, performance should not be the deciding factor in any motherboard purchase unless the board in question is an unusually slow performer.