AnandTech heeft er weer een review opzitten, ditmaal van het befaamde Dual Celeron moederbord van Abit, de BP6. Hier heb je een stukkie gepeest uit de review, check de rest hier.
The BP6's SoftMenu II takes advantage of the new clock generator on the BP6 by providing support, albeit unofficially, for a total of 27 FSB settings. ABIT's FSB support is much more intelligent than that of many competing manufacturers as 23 of the 27 settings are FSB settings between 66MHz and 100MHz, the overclocking sweet spot for Celeron processors. In addition to the standard 66/75/83/100/124/133MHz FSB settings, the BP6 supports the 72/78/80MHz settings, as well as FSB settings ranging from 82MHz - 100MHz in 1MHz increments. For those users that are keen on getting the most performance from their system, the BP6 offers the right set of FSB settings and it is the only motherboard thus far to actually support FSB settings that are reasonable for overclocking. Honestly now, how many users are happily running at a 153MHz FSB and still use their computers for more than showing off the 153MHz FSB? The 124/133MHz FSB settings are present for the users that may want to give them a try, however with a 66MHz, clock locked, Celeron, it is highly unlikely that you'll ever run into a situation where the 124MHz FSB would be a viable option. The board also supports the 1/3 PCI clock divider with all > 90MHz FSB settings and the 1/4 PCI clock divider with all > 100MHz FSB settings to keep the PCI frequency as close to the specified 33MHz setting as possible, for those with extremely frequency sensitive PCI peripherals.