Ik las dat Game PC een korte 1-pagina review heeft geschreven van de nieuwe Asus P3B-F moederbord. Deze plank schijnt goed bruikbaar te zijn voor overklokken:
We were able to get a P3 450 overclocked to 600 MHz at 2.2 volts. The system stayed completely stable throughout the bench marking. We did run into a slight problem on boot up, but came to the conclusion that we had a memory problem. After replacing the memory, 600 MHz was a total success. The settings we used to achieve 600 MHz involved using a clock multiplier of 4.5 and a front side bus speed of 133 MHz. One feature we found with this board is that it will boot up to the BIOS/memory count screen no matter what setting you have chosen. For example, if the wrong clock multiplier is selected a POST (Power On System Test) is shown instead of no screen as with other main boards. What you get is the default speed of that CPU so you get something to work with. In any case, the hassle of having to short the reset jumper is virtually gone with this feature. People who currently own Celerons may run into some problems with this board. If the heat sink is the Whopper from Computer Nerd, the capacitors on the main board behind the CPU will get in the way making the CPU not seat correctly.