Andy van BXBoards heeft een review van Soyo's SY-D6IBA dual PII moederplank in elkaar weten te draaien.
Hier wat stuff over overklokken:
Unfortunately as an overclockers board, I found many stability problems while overclocking. While the SL2W8's ran flawlessly at 450, major stability problems were encountered when the P2-333'swere run at anything past 375. These CPU's have been the bedrock in the BXBoards Labs and have always run flawlessly at 4 x 100 - until now. I encountered many lock-ups and failures to boot. Indeed I often found that the BIOS settings would reset while attempting any speeds much past 375, with the board defaulting back to a 2x multiplier. The AGP clock is derived directly from pin b21, therefore a 1/1 setting is used when a 66Mhz CPU is forced to run at 100Mhz. According to a Soyo engineer I contacted about this, there is no hardware support for manually changing this setting - therefore pin b21 taping is necessary if you are planning to use an AGP card that will not run at 1/1 settings, which unfortunately includes TNT cards. I was able to run an i740 card sucessfully without taping.