Lost Circuits heeft een review gepost van de FIC KA-6100. Het leuke van deze plank is dat je er een PII mee kunt draaien in een ouwe AT kast.
Hier wat info dat ik uit de review geplukt heb:
Upon the first boot, there is a nice surprise, because FIC finally managed to turn the serial presence detect (SPD), a feedback between the BIOS and the memory modules, into something more useful than just a timing device. That is, at the end of the POST screen, a message is displayed which tells the user what kind of memory he has installed in his system and what would be the optimal settings. Looking at this feature, one can only wonder what took everyone so long to come up with a smart solution like this, and FIC (or VIA) deserves a "Two Thumbs Up" for this addition since it takes a lot of guesswork out of the setup process. In addition, the KA-6100 has a setting for the main memory speed to run at standard (AGP) frequency which allows the use of older modules even for the higher bus speeds.