Bij AnandTech is een review te vinden te vinden van de GA-6BXU Slot-1 i440BX mobo met onplank SCSI van Gigabyte. Deze high-end plank is erg stabiel, maar voor overklokkers niet geschikt:
A single jumper provides for bus speed selection, either 66 MHz, 100 MHz, or Auto. Auto, of course, uses the state of B21 to set the bus speed and the other settings force the specified FSB. A second jumper enables a 133 MHz FSB mode with a PCI divider of 1/4 so that the PCI bus remains within spec. As with all other i440BX solutions, AGP is still way out of spec when the 133 MHz FSB setting is in use. It would be nice to see some overclocked bus speeds here, but Gigabyte apparently does not think those are necessary for a "high end" onboard SCSI motherboard. Four DIP switches control the clock multiplier settings, which is of course not necessary to set on today's multiplier locked CPU's. Stability is excellent as we've come to expect from Gigabyte boards.
Gigabyte has also taken the standard Award BIOS and improved upon it just a bit, starting off with a feature well known on AOpen boards - a set of BIOS options that can be loaded and are already tweaked for performance. These options pretty much are optimal for the majority of users, but if you're a real hardcore tweaker, you'll want to go through and double check that everything set the way you like it. Upon boot, the BIOS reports the core voltage of each CPU and any voltages that may be out of spec. The onboard SCSI chip can be enabled or disabled from the BIOS as well.