3D Rage heeft een review van de Abit BE6 op het net gezet. Dat dit plankje de opvolger is van de BX6-II, en is voorzien van een extra UDMA/66 controller weten we natuurlijk al lang. Dit zegt 3D Rage er over:
The Abit BE6 performed beautifully throughout the entire testing period, not crashing a single time during testing. The Soft Menu II that Abit has been utilizing in their latest motherboards is wonderful to work with, and allows you to overclock your processor with ease. The commanding feature on the board and probably the only reason to purchase it over the BX6 2.0 is the incorporation of the faster Ultra DMA/66 protocol setting as opposed to the Ultra DMA/33 found on the BX6 2.0. It would have been nice to have seen a 117Mhz front side bus setting as well as a couple others that were not present. At only $110, the Abit BE6 is a steal with the implementation of the Ultra DMA/66 protocol setting, although if you currnely have a BX6 2.0, there is no reason to upgrade.