Scott van Sysopt.com heeft de BM6, Abit's socket370 overklokplank, aan een nadere inspectie onderworpen. Het resultaat vind je in z'n review van de BM6, waarvan hier een hap:
A 400Mhz Celeron was used for all the testing. I booted up the system at 400Mhz and played Quake II for an hour or so without any crashes or problems with the CPU running at a cool 29 degrees Celcius. Then I decided to see how far I could push the 400MHz and was quite disappointed with the results as far as the processor is concerned. The highest setting I could reach was a stable 450MHz (75x6) at the standard 2.0 core voltage. I did get the system to post at 500MHz (83x6) AND 600MHz (100x6), but in each of the situations the system froze while booting up Windows 98. I tried bumping the voltage up all the way to 2.3v to no avail. I even tried diabling the L1 and L2 caches, nothing. In order to test those nice 100MHz + settings like 105 or 110, I'll have to get my hands on a 300A.