Intel's G series line-up has been about motherboards, with onboard graphics for those who just want a basic display card or simply don't take gaming that seriously. The ECS G41T-M (V2.0), which we have reviewed today, is based on Intels G41 chipset that is a stripped-down version of the G45 chipset (the high-end chipset of the same family).
This micro-ATX board is targeted at the entry-level segment for those looking for an inexpensive solution on the Intel platform. Given the features of this motherboard, it should ideally be priced around the 3K range in order to appeal to its target audience. I'm not expecting miracles from the onboard graphics card but I'm hoping it allows me to play at least the older games like F.E.A.R on medium settings at a low resolution.