Freak! heeft een review van de Freeway Designs FW-6280BXDR/155 dual slot1 moederplank gepost. Dit bordje heeft 6 PCI slots, 3 DIMM gleuven en een flinke reeks busspeeds die 'm bijzonder geschikt maken voor dual PII/PIII overclocking:
As mentioned earlier, the board features the ability to run at 29 different FSBs. The official FSBs supported are 66, 75, 78, 81, 83, 90, 95, 100, 105, 110, 112, 113, 115, 117, 118, 120, 122, 124(PCI 33), 124(PCI 41), 126, 133, 135, 137, 138, 140, 142, 144, 150, and 155. At speeds over 83Mhz the PCI divider is 1/3. At 124Mhz and above the PCI divider is 1/4 although you may run the 124Mhz at 1/3 if you wish to do so. Also, from 66-83Mhz the AGP divider is 1/1 so at 83Mhz you will be driving your AGP card pretty hard. From 90-155Mhz the AGP divider is 2/3 so you may not be able to attain speeds past 133Mhz. 133Mhz itself might be a little difficult to achieve depending on the video card.
The BIOS contains a software controlled CPU feature setup. This page contains information about fan speeds, chipset and CPU voltages, and system and CPU temperatures. It is here where you can also change the voltage settings, multiplier, and FSB for the CPUs. In addition, you have the ability to tweak the BX chipset voltage. You have pseudo independent control of each individual CPU slot. You can essentially tweak the first CPU's voltage and then choose if you want the second CPU to match the first CPU's voltage or if you want it to automatically pick the correct voltage. The voltage increments are in 0.1 increments.