Ok, deze plank van Aopen bevat de i810 chipset van Intel. Hier heb je een stukkie van de review...
The MX3W continues AOpen's tradition of leaving overclocking avenues as open as possible with the supported, most unofficially, FSB frequencies of the board. The 66/72/100/107/112/117/121/125/127/130/133/136/140/145/155MHz FSB settings can come quite in handy if your Celeron can't seem to handle one or more of the higher FSB frequencies. Specifically, the 72MHz FSB setting can be considered a faster version of the 68MHz "turbo" setting that found its way onto most motherboards, the same goes for the 107MHz setting and the 121/125MHz settings as well. The board is jumperless, and the revision AnandTech tested supported clock multipliers in the 3.0x - 8.0x range however clock multiplier support isn't a big issue anymore with Intel processors now that all Intel CPUs are multiplier locked.
The jumperless setup is a function of the Award BIOS utility that is part of the board's 802AB FWH (Firmware Hub). The BIOS used on the motherboard is the updated revision 4.60PG of Award's popular BIOS setup utility, the latest revision does provide a cleaner operating interface as well as expanded options for configuration and system tweaking, definitely a plus for hardcore hardware enthusiasts. The board does allow the user to power on the system using a keystroke combination, or a click of either mouse button depending on the setting you specify in the BIOS.
Hier kun je verder lezen.