3Dhardware.net heeft een review klaar van de AOpen MX3W moederplank. Dit is een i810/Socket370 bordje, gemaakt volgens de PC99 standaard, dus disco kleuren en geen ISA sloten... Check de review hier.
As I've said before, the MX3W isn't precisely the board of choice when you're building a powerful computer, but because it's built on modern parts, it's still capable of running processors with clock frequencies from 300 to 466Mhz. If you're one of the people who can't handle having a computer that doesn't perform it's absolute maximum (also called an overclocker) you will see the MX3W has some, if not overly much potential. The board handles clock multipliers ranging from 1.5X to 8.0X, with 0.5X increments. The FSB goes up to 100Mhz and beyond, which would make it a good overclocking board IF it supported voltage tweaks. Of course, it doesn't. This will cause many a Celeron not to reach it's full abilities, but I guess that's also part of Intel's big plan.
A thing I haven't yet mentioned too much, is the integrated audio CoDec that comes with the MX3W. This is an AC97 2.1 compliant audio system which delivers good Windows sound. Although it doesn't perform well in MIDI applications it's got a nice, clean sound with low hiss levels and is surely enough for the standard user and undemanding gamer.