ComputingPros.com heeft een review gepleegd van de nieuwe Asus P3B-F slot1 moederplank. De meest opvallende features van de P3B zijn z'n PCI sloten en de 'JumperFree' CPU setup:
With this new board from ASUS we're finally able to tinker with an Asus board from within it's BIOS. This offers us advantages we've never seen before from Asus and is highly welcomed. What makes this board more unique is it also comes with dip switches for those that just can't let go of the old way. From the specifications listed earlier the P3B-F has ample FSBs for your overclocking needs. You can crank it all the way up to 150MHz if your CPU can take it. The P3B-F offers the usual PCI divider of 1/3 or 1/4 when you go above the normal 100MHz FSB. Unfortunately though any FSB beyond the 100MHz standard results in the AGP bus being over spec which can be bad for your video card. The P3B-F has a clock multiplier that ranges from 2x - 8.5x so that means this board won't be obsolete soon since faster Celerons will start shipping with support for 100MHz. So you're looking at a board that will last at least till AMD or Intel releases beyond a 850MHz CPU, not to even mention overclocking yet. Other settings that can be adjusted is the voltage which starts at 2.0v and can be incremented in 0.05v steps until you reach 2.4v (which by the way you should never go up to). Never fret though, if your settings turn out not to be bootable upon saving the BIOS and restarting, then just reboot again and all will be reverted back.