System Logic heeft een review van de AOpen AX6B-Plus moederplank online gezet. De AX6B-Plus is AOpen's high-end slot1 bord en is voorzien van een onboard Adaptec AHA-7880P SCSI controller en wordt geleverd met een Softmenu-achtig CPU config gevalletje:
The AX6B+ uses soft-jumpers, so overclocking should theoretically be relatively easy. The catch is that core voltage is detected automatically, which is in all likelihood unacceptable for overclockers. Once again, neither AOpen nor SystemLogic.net are responsible for your overclocking endeavors. The AX6B+ offers a fair number of bus speeds, including all of the more common ones: 66/68.5/75/83/100/112/133 MHz. Multipliers range from 1x to 8x in increments of 0.5x. Again, the importance of core voltage, and AOpenís decision to use hardware to determine it, severely limits the functionality of the otherwise impressive multipliers and bus speeds. Overclockers will be forced to due pin taping and other hardware modifications which are not worth the effort. Even then, newsgroup postings indicate that he motherboard may still be able to auto-detect voltage. In my overclocking tests, my Pentium II 450, which is able to boot and run Windows at 504 MHz when supplied with 2.3V, was not able to do the same with the AX6B+, simply because the motherboard only supplied the standard 2.0V. For AOpen boards that are more o/c friendly, look into the AX6BC series.