Anand heeft een review van een nieuw Abit moederplankje, de ZM6, gefabriceerd. Dit is een Socket-370 moederbord gebaseerd op de Intel ZX chipset.
So with the ABIT BM6, you were essentially spending $100 on a motherboard whose features were about as useful to you as a heatsink on your BIOS chip. ABIT's solution? A scaled down, albeit not crippled, version of the BM6 based on Intel's "scaled down" version of the BX chipset, the 440ZX. Rightfully dubbed, the ZM6, ABIT is back with a motherboard that looks virtually identical to the BM6 on the outside, but marches to the beat of a different drummer on the inside with the 440ZX chipset powering the board; and above all, the ZM6 offers you just about everything the BM6 did, with one desired absence, the higher cost of a board whose potential you'll never tap.
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