Bij Singularity is een review te vinden van de BE6 moederbord van Abit, met Onboard UltraDMA/66 support. Hier heb je het gedeelte over overclocking:
Overclocking on the BE6 is just as simple. At a touch of the keyboard, you can make a quick FSB speed change or tweak the voltage up or down. The BE6's settings retain the same degree of flexibility in the FSB speed manipulation that boards such as the Abit BM6 and ZM6 mainboards currently provide.
The FSB selection of 105Mhz, 110Mhz, 115Mhz and 120Mhz up to 150Mhz makes overclocking fun. It is known that quite a large number of Celeron CPUs run well at 100Mhz FSB but fail at 112Mhz FSB. One of the Celeron CPUs tested falls into this category, so instead of selecting the 112Mhz FSB, I selected the 110Mhz FSB and it booted and ran through all of my demos without crashing. If you think that 110Mhz is just too much for you, you can always switch to 105Mhz FSB. 5~10Mhz increments may not seem like a big deal but in overclocking, every little bit counts!