Coolinfo heeft een review gepost van AOpen's AX6B moederplank.
Het ding is net zoals de holy Abit BX6 en BH6 jumperless:
I saved the best for last, and that is the JUMPERLESS BIOS setup. This should be a standard on all new motherboards. No more having to open your case, plow through the maze of cables, and mess with jumpers to configure your CPU speed, bus speed and CPU internal voltage, whenever you change CPUs (and given Intel's pricing structure, you'll do this more often than not.). Everything is in the BIOS. You have the options to select from a list of predefined speeds from 233 Mhz to 450 Mhz. But this board also lets you manually tweak the bus clock/CPU clock ratio (multiplier) to achieve the same goal. I'm sure Aopen does not officially advocate overclocking, but this gem of a feature is just made for it. Again, very slick, very cool.
In summary, the AX6B Plus reiterates the quality and innovative technology that Aopen exhibits in their products. It is an extremely easy to configure motherboard and a rock-stable performer. I have upgraded many systems in the past (I'm sure a lot of you have done the same) and can't begin to tell you how much time and hassle this board's jumperless design has saved. Kudos to Aopen.
A side note to all you overclockers with Celeron 300As: The AX6B Plus auto-detects CPU voltage so if you got one of those CeleronAs that won't go to 450 without upping the voltage, the only way you can do that with this board is to mess with masking off a few pins on the CPU itself. That's the only thing missing in the BIOS configuration - the internal CPU voltage setting If Aopen were to add this little gem of a feature, the AX6B would undoubtedly be the best BX board on the market today. But then, we can't really ask Aopen to do this … can we ?
...nee, dat vragen we aan Abit.