GA-Hardware heeft een kort interview gehad met Eric Boeing van Abit. In het interview wordt wat gepraat over de BH6 en Abit's entree op de videokaartmarkt. Ook wordt er gesproken over het 'lef' van Abit:
Q7: ABIT Corp. has always been a 'daredevil' in the PC industry with regularly releasing products that provided much more than what your competitors could offer. Here I especially refer to your Hot Rod series or your multi-processor solution for Intel Celeron CPUs. Do you plan to retain this bold and user-friendly policy in the future as well? A: Absolutely. Our KA7 and KA7-100, as far as I know, are the only KX133 motherboards with no onboard sound or AMR, which are features that most ABIT customers aren't interested in. Our KA7-100 was the first motherboard with ATA/100 support, and it shows that we're determined to give people an eight IDE device capacity. Also, we'd had plans to put an onboard Goldfinger device on our next Athlon board, but AMD's multiplier-locking the Thunderbirds has forced us to scrap that. We're also looking at a couple of dual Flip-Chip solutions, and you could very well see a follow-up to the BP6 soon.