Hardware-One heeft een review van de extreem zwaar roulerende Abit BX6-II moederplank op z'n site gedropt. De overclock plank bij uitstek, in de review van Hardware One bevestigd dat maar weer eens:
If you look through the following table it will be obvious that if the BX6 2 hadn't been able to up the VCORE, the ASUS P2B Rev 1.10 could have been the winner. But since the processor core voltage control on ABIT BX6 Rev 2.0 is a reality, it allows to get better overclocking results. Moreover, after having finished with ASUS I was absolutely worn out: I had to reconfigure jumper set with my own hands! So, I arrived at the conclusion that jumperless technology is much more convenient and less tiring when overclocking.