SysOp Solutions heeft een review van de inmiddels welbekende Abit BE6 UltraATA/66 moederplank op het net gezet. Hier een stukje copy/paste over de jumperless CPU setup:
This is certainly a topic that we could rave on and on about for hours. ABIT's BIOS is nothing short of exceptional. Soon enough Softmenu II will become a household term. Children everywhere will be screaming about it in the streets. Yes, this is how much we "adore" the BIOS. Allow me to explain. Softmenu II offers the user the ability to adjust the CPU multiplier settings and also has a barrage of FSB (front side bus) options 66, 75, 83, 100, 103, 112, 117, 124, 129, 133, 138, 143, 148, 153 . This makes it a delightful tool for those of use interested in overclocking the PIII or any other processor where 100MHz is a great starting point but certainly not somewhere we want to finish. Also Vcore voltage adjustments range from 2.0 - 2.7. Another necessity for the average speed demon. We know that as we increase the FSB the processor sometimes becomes unstable and needs a higher voltage to run smoothly at. Naturally multiplier settings can also be adjusted and changed. Another point to note is temperature readings can be obtained through one of the BIOS's operation screens.
The PCI divider depending on the FSB settings are as follows. Divide by 1/2 for 75-83MHz, divide by 1/3 for 100-120MHz and divide by 1/4 for 124-150MHz. The BIOS is definitely one of ABIT's strong features driving its mainboard sales.