I agree with Nubius. I will NEVER EVER EVER buy another ECS motherboard. The first one I got would only run my P4 2.4 Ghz processor at 1.8 Ghz because it wouldn't let me adjust the bus speed on the board. I tried everything I could think of, including asking people here for help, but it just wouldn't boot at the stock speed.
Then recently, I built my friend a system and tried using an ECS PT800CE-A board with a 3.0 Ghz processor, which I got as part of a great deal on the combo. I figured if it worked OK, my friend could save a little money. Well, once I got the system to his house and tried running digital video programs like Pinnacle on it, it kept freezing on me and giving me the blue screen of death. I.e. HARDWARE FAILURE
I convinced him to pay the extra money and got him a quality ASUS P4P800-E- Deluxe mobo that absolutely runs like a dream with the same exact components. Night and day.
On a side note, it seems that Fry's is the one store that always tries to push ECS boards. Their MOBO/CPU combo's in their ads are almost always ECS boards. I wonder what kind of a deal they have with ECS.
Pentium4 3.0C Ghz CPU 800FSB
Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu CPU cooler
Enlight 420 Watt ATX Power Supply
ASUS P4P800 SE Motherboard (Intel 865PE chipset)
2x 512MB Crucial PC3200 DDR SDRAM
eVGA Nvidia 128MB e-Geforce 6600GT 8x AGP
WD 74GB Raptor SATA HD (10,000 RPM)
NEC 16x DVD +/- R/RW Writer
NEC 16x DVD-ROM
MyHD 120 PCI HDTV tuner card
Apacer embedded 6in1 card reader
4 Cooler Master 80mm case fans
Vantec HD cooler
Viewsonic P810 21\" CRT monitor
Windows XP Pro Service Pack 1