SOYO has been in business for many years now, but they have slightly faded from the limelight in recent years as a mainstream player due to their lack of focus on the end user market. Many a company has used a SOYO motherboard in their OEM system configuration, so stability has never been a major issue from this company's product. Their only failure was not recognizing the alternate world of the enthusiast market, which in other countries other than the good old US of A is almost nil in comparison. In America though the overclocker plays a vital part in where the almighty dollar goes in the end user market and they cannot be ignored. Intel recently has recognized this fact and is changing their views and policies in this area to be more flexible and competitive.
Well the street buzz right now is saying that SOYO has picked up their collective bootstraps and is making a dynamic comeback with some of the most performance and feature filled motherboards to hit the market in quite awhile. I would like to thank Len from SOYO for answering the call and sending us some of the fore mentioned motherboards for us to put through the paces. Let me say one thing right off the bat, I have never liked SIS chipsets, flat out never have as they have always been poor performers and very incompatible. This motherboard made me eat my words as this SIS chipset board kicks major booty and comes with everything an enthusiast looks for in a quality product. I was impressed to see it do so well. Want to know more about it? Read the whole review and see all the goodies the SOYO P4S Dragon Ultra has to offer.