Over bij SysOp is een review te vinden van Asus' P3B-F moederbord. Dit plankje heeft maar liefst 6 PCI sloten, 4 DIMM sloten en is jumperfree.
Some of the new features include ASUS's JumperFree settings which allow Vcore Voltage and System Frequency Adjustable without using traditional Jumpers. Specifically Vcore can be adjusted from 2.0VDC to 2.4V DC with stepping in increments of 0.05V DC. The FSB can now be adjusted to a variety of settings including an upper limit of 150MHz. In addition the BIOS supports multipliers from 2 to 8.5 covering all CPUs on the market today. These features may seem useless to "Joe User" but for the overclockers of the world who have little time or patience for the old jumper type adjustments this is a wonderful and necessary addition to any motherboard. A great feature that we stumbled across was that the motherboard would boot up to the BIOS screen regardless of the settings that are chosen. For example if you choose a FSB that is too high for your processor to support, the POST screen still comes up on reboot as opposed to the blank screen most of us are accustomed to. You then get the default speed of the CPU which allows you to re-enter the BIOS without having to clear it by shorting out a jumper on the board.