Anand heeft een review gepost van de AOpen AX6BC Pro, maar zijn zeggen de "absolute best single processor BX motherboard on the market". De plank doet nu ook aan voltage tweaking en beschikt over een flinke kudde busspeeds:
here is no excuse for making a motherboard without a jumperless setup these days, ABIT is no longer the only option for an easy setup. AOpen is no exception, the jumperless CPU configuration of the AX6BC Pro is identical to that of the AX6BC. The available FSB settings on the AX6BC Pro are the 66 / 68 / 75 / 83 100 / 103 / 112 / 117 / 124 / 129 133 / 138 / 143 / 148 / 153 settings that have been present since the AX6BC's release. As far as how useful those overclocked FSB settings are, that is up to you. For most gamers, anything above 124MHz is usually out of the question as the BX chipset is still limited to only the 1:1 and 2:3 AGP clock ratios. Translation? Generally speaking, all FSB speeds greater than 124MHz push most AGP graphics accelerators to the limit as far as their overclocking tolerance levels are concerned. Regardless of whether or not you'll use them, the settings are present for you to play with. Keep in mind that this may result in damage to your graphics accelerator, in the past AnandTech has lost graphics cards while attempting to push the FSB frequency of a system in excess of 150MHz (resulting in an AGP frequency 50% higher than the specification allows for).