Overclockers' Workbench bericht over problemen met de Softmenu voltage settings van Abit's nieuwe BE6 slot1 moederplank:
We just got of the phone with ABIT USA a few moments ago with regards to some information we recieved from Gary at Overclockin.com and Alex at Motherboard Monitor. It has become evident that some ABIT BE6 motherboards have a problem with the BIOS setting for the core voltage of the processor. Regardless of what this is set at (e.g. 2.1, 2.2, 2.3V DC), the setting always reverts back to 2.0V DC when the BIOS is saved and re-booted. ABIT has acknowledged the problem and has issued an early recall on these boards. Apparently no more than 200 boards were released to the public with these faulty characteristics. Better check your boards peeps! This could make for some unhappy overclockers who need voltage settings in excess of 2.0V DC. Don't worry, I was assured that ABIT will promptly take care of your problem.