ASRock motherboard (SIS 741 chipset) any good?
I'm attempting to fit a motherboard and supporting hardware in the CD changer cubby located in my Jetta's trunk. There are not a lot of motherboards that fit in the space. I only managed to find two, A SIS 741 based ASRock K7S41GX and a similar Soyo model also based on the SIS. This is using local stores, I'm trying to stay local as much as possible. I just need a mobo, cables and a LCD, I have a couple athlon CPUs laying around but they don't fit.
I haven't had any SIS boards in a very long time and never heard of ASRock. How are either of them?
The CD changer area is 9.5"h x 12"w and 4-5 inches deep. The opening into the wheel well that the changer drops down into goes another 7" down into the car, 3" deep and 9" wide, this space is reserved for PSU and the HD since none of the motherboards I found will fit down this slot I'm using 1/4" plexiglas so that cuts about 1/2" off the width and height the mobo can be which severly limits my options.
Does SIS still suck? I remember they did back in the classic pentium days.