Jetway Mother Board BI-700 product review from hardwarezone.com
We predict that the new dual-core processors from Intel with integrated graphics will soon flood the mainstream market, particularly from system integrators and OEMs. The enthusiast DIY will find it a decent budget processor for home theater PCs and the simple workhorse desktops but for more 'serious' tasks, a quad-core will be essential. That's when you find yourself looking at the Lynnfield CPU family and the Intel P55 chipset.
This may give the impression that the Intel P55 chipset will cost more, and it will be partly correct. In fact, if you're on a budget, there are quite a few microATX P55 motherboards out there, with some hovering near the US$100 mark. A full-sized ATX board using the Intel P55 chipset will nevertheless cost more than that, such as a basic model like the Jetway Kuroshio BI-700. As a plain implementation of the Intel P55 chipset, it's got the essentials, from the dual PCIe graphics slots to the RAID capable SATA ports.