Hot Hardware heeft een review gepost van de Gigabyte GA-BX2000, één van de betere BX moederplanken buiten het bekende Abit-Asus-AOpen kringetje.
De plank heeft 2 BIOSsen, erg leuk voor het geval je er eentje op blaast:
hose two red arrows are pointing at the two BIOS chips that are on the board. One chip is intended to be a backup in case the other gets corrupted. These chips are soldered to the board. In traditional motherboards, if you corrupt or damage your BIOS, you have to pull the BIOS chip (usually socketed) and replace it with a good chip. This can be a royal pain in the butt. I went through that once personally and was very lucky the motherboard manufacturer at the time, decided to send me a new chip. You may not get so lucky. Unless of course you own the BX2000. If you primary BIOS is corrupted, the system automatically switches over to the secondary chip and boots with default settings. This is a nice feature that you will hopefully never have to use but it is there if you need it. Here are some additional specs on the BX2000.