Bij AnandTech is een review gepost van de MicroATX Transcend TS-UWH31 met de low-end i810 chipset. Niet echt geschikt voor gamers of overklokkers, wel leuk voor goedkope typmachientjes:
The microATX TS-UWH31 is outfitted with Socket-370 and a 3/1/0 (PCI/AMR/AGP) expansion slot configuration. This means that that the TS-UWH31 has 3 PCI, 1 AMR (Audio Modem Riser) and no AGP slots. With the GMCH (Graphics and Memory Controller Hub) replacing the north bridge and the i801AA ICH I/O Controller Hub replacing the south bridge, the i810's unique design is first apparent. The i801AA ICH is probably going to be the most popular choice by i810 manufacturers. The controller also supports ATA-66 allowing both of the IDE ports to transfer at a theoretical 66MB/s.
The GMCH that Transcend included is Intel's i810-DC100 GMCH which includes 4MB of 100 MHz display cache. For more information on the chipset and GMCH, take a peek at the i810 chipset review. Although most i810 buyers might not care, all three of the PCI slots are capable of accepting full length PCI cards. Like other i810 boards, the TS-UWH31 has two 168-pin 100MHz SDRAM DIMM slots supporting up to 512 MB of RAM. The TS-UWH31 provides sound by featuring a built-in AC97 CODEC which uses processor power. The "soft audio" powers the audio input/output jacks towards the rear of the motherboard, but when CPU power needs to be preserved, the CODEC can be disabled allowing the addition of a PCI soundcard.