Hardware Upgrade heeft ook al een review van de Abit BP6 dual socket 370 moederplank. Op deze plank kun je heel handig twee Celeron's op kwijt. Voor de review, klik hier.
Abit BP6 is an unusual motherboard: the presence of two Socket 370 allows to use it only with Celeron PPGA CPUs, even if it allows to create dual processor configurations with reduced costs. The presence of different bus frequencies, with increase range of 1 MHz, and the possibility of changing separately the Core voltage of each processor are features appreciated by those who plan to overclock one or two Celeron CPUs; the presence of bus frequencies between 83 and 100 MHz allows also to come close to the maximum frequency achievable for the processor, particularly if you use a Celeron 400 MH or higher frequency. The construction is detailed; the only limit is the lack of a fourth DIMM memory slot, which should be present with dual processor systems.
The system stability has always been high and this is the same for the performance; the presence of so many configurations for bus frequency allows to optimise the performance, seen the tolerance level to overclock of the processors used.
It is a very good motherboard for dual Celeron PPGA configurations; the limit of this motherboard, comparing the BP6 to dual Slot 1 motherboard, is that you canít upgrade it to processors other than Celeron PPGA (but it seems that the production of these processors will go on in the future) and the fact that Intel plans to turn off the support for dual processor configuration for Celeron CPUs, making it impossible to create dual Celeron systems with new CPUs (at the moment there're no certain informations on this item).