HardOCP heeft een review van de Abit BE6 in elkaar gedraaid. Hier heb je een stukje:
First off, looking at the ability to overclock the board successfully, ABIT has supplied us with the following bus speeds: 66, 75, 83, 100, 103, 105, 110, 112, 115, 120, 124, 133, 140, and 150Mhz. A groovy little Intel 440BX chipset with AGPset which we have come to already take for granted. Kinda like all those bus speeds eh? Was not too damn long ago that if you had 66, 75, and 83MHz you where the big man on campus!
The PCI dividers scale as follows also: 1/2 utilizing 75 - 83MHz, 1/3 utilizing 100 - 120MHz, and 1/4 utilizing 124 - 150MHz.
All of this should be more than enough to get you on your way to building a serious PIII system that will last you for a while. As usual, I am never satisfied. I would have liked to have seen a couple more settings between 124 and 133MHz. It would have allowed a few of us to tweak those PIII-450s a notch more. Overall though, it is more than sufficient.