Overclockers' Workbench heeft de Abit BP6 mobo eens getest, het bekende Dual Celeron moederbordje. Hier wat over de overklokbaarheid, zie de review voor meer.
As I mentioned earlier on, ABIT BP6 remains dedicated to their overclocking fans. A peek at the BIOS shows that the SoftMenu II remains and the new change is the second section CPU Power Supply for both CPUs can be tweaked accordingly. e.g. one can set to run at 2.0v and the other 2.1v.
The rest remains quite the same as BH6 v1.1 or BX6R2. The other difference is the inconsistent FSB that is in the different models of ABIT mainboards.
The BP6 supports quite a good range of FSB for you to tweak.
Supported FSB are 66, 72,75,78, 80,82,83 ~100 at 1mhz intervals, 124 and 133Mhz as documented. When i tried to tweak the FSB, I noticed that it also supports the additional of 104, 106, 108, 110Mhz. The range of FSB settings really tempts me to test out all combinations with dual processor. Strange enough, I am able to run Win98 very smoothly @ 110 x 4.5 but in Windows NT Server, it crashed and hung quite a number of times. So my current NT is running at 100x4.5! and it rocks.
Surprisingly, there is no 112, 115, 117 or 119 before it jumps to 124Mhz. Test have shown that my Celeron 300a (SL36a) can run steadily on the BE6 at 120Mhz FSB but failed at 124Mhz. How nice if BP6 also has this set of FSB for the DUAL Celerons. By the way, my MSI TNT 2 runs at 1/1 AGPCLK/CPUCLK on this board.