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Reviews and Problems with ECS RS400-A

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Overall 8

ECS RS400-A Motherboard Review

20 June 2008
  • Summary: In this review we'll be testing out the ECS RS400-A motherboard, which supports 800MHz FSB LGA775 Intel Pentium 4 processors and offers up PCI Express functionality.
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Overall 7


12 August 2005
  • Summary: Overclockers don't want this board. The BIOS does not offer many options and ATI's chipset seems to have some issues with overclocking. However, if you are looking to build a cheap Pentium4 LGA775 system, which will not be overclocked and where price is more important than performance, you could use this board. Since it uses no fan, its quiet operation make it a good candidate for a media PC. This is where the on-board VGA comes in.
  • Pros: Unbelievably low price, Supports PCI-Express and AGP, Supports DDR1 and DDR2, Quiet - all passively cooled, Integrated RADEON X300 + TV out, Good on-board Audio
  • Cons: Overclocking is very limited, AGP performance lacks, Not many options in BIOS, Mediocre performance, Only 100 MBit Ethernet
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ECS RS400-A (ATI Radeon Xpress 200 - Intel)

Hardware Zone
30 April 2011
  • Conclusion: The ECS RS400-A along with ATI's Radeon Xpress 200 chipset for Intel processors seemed to be a perfect recipe for a great motherboard, on paper. When put to practical use, the RS400-A did not run as smoothly as intended. Sure, the flexibility features of the board such as DDR and AGP support were in working condition and we couldn't argue the value of the board in this regard. However, problems arose with the board feeling more experimental than finalized.
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