__QW__ schrijft dat bij Aandtech een review is te vinden van een i810E bordje, de PW65-E. Het bordje is uitgerust met 5 PCI sloten, een AMR slot en maar 2 DIMM sloten. Afgezien van het feit dat het bordje een i810E chipset heeft is het bordje wel goed: stabiel, nette layout en veel fsb settings (maar niks voor het voltage).
The PW65-E's layout is not incredibly striking except for the shortened depth; barely longer than an ISA slot at 6.69". DFI included a 5/0/0/1 (PCI/ISA/AGP/AMR) slot configuration. Thanks to the modified front panel connectors, all of the PCI slots can support full length cards. Following the trend of cost-cutting for the i810E chipset, DFI provided the maximum allowed of 2 DIMM slots, limiting the RAM to 512MB, which should be plenty for most users. DFI did a fine job of being conscientious to the plights of a motherboard installer. The ATX spec is followed closely and almost every cable is placed in order to minimize clutter. The floppy drive and the HDD connectors are located where they should be, right at the front of the board. The power connector is placed to the right of the memory and chip, another step towards creating a well built system.
[...] For an i810E board, DFI has designed a well-stocked competitor. There are an exceptional number of FSB speeds but by not allowing voltage core adjustment, this board is not ideal for an overclocker. All in all, the overclock options are excellent, but most overclockers simply are not going to want an i810E. The stability of the board was well-above average, which means for most users this board will run smooth enough. The PW65-E is an excellent, low priced example of an i810E board.