Bij iXBT-Labs is een review te vinden van de Dual Celeron plank van Abit, de BP6. Verdere introductie niet nodig lijkt me. De review is zoals we van deze site gewend zijn, vrij uitgebreid, lees hem hier. Hier is vast een gedeelte over de overclocking features:
First of all, ABIT BP6 allows changing the CPU voltage for each processor separately and independently. In other words, if you are using two processors from different supplies and with different overclockability, the possibility to increase the voltage for one of them will let you achieve highest working speeds. The CPU voltage can be changed within the range from 1.3 to 2.3V with 0.05V step. Such a wide range especially the values below the standard 2V may turn out pretty useful later on, when the Celeron processors are manufactured with 0.18 micron technology and are very likely to require lower core voltage.
All the other parameters are changed simultaneously for both processors. Among those is the multiplication up to 8x, which hardly influences anything, because Celeron's multiplier is locked as well as those by other Intel processors. However, as it comes to FSB frequency, we feel like devoting it a bit more time.
All the mainboards designed for Celeron processors always had one pretty unpleasant drawback in terms of overclocking: there were only two additional frequencies (75 and 83MHz) in the range between 66 and 100MHz. The frequencies available within this range were always very important for the today's CPUs of this type, because they could hardly be overclocked to the bus frequency exceeding 100MHz. The launching of ABIT BP6 finally changed the things to the better. The frequency generator ICS 9248AF-9D increased the frequencies set mainly by means of the values below 100MHz: 66, 72, 75, 78, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104, 106, 108, 110, 124, 133MHz. All in all - 31 values. We consider it to be a significant advantage of ABIT BP6 as of the board designed for Celeron processors.