Andy van BXBoards heeft een review van de Elitegroup P6BAT-A+ Rev 2.0 mobo met Via PC133 chipset in elkaar geschroefd. Het leuke aan deze moederplank is dat er zowel een PPGA socket als een slot1 op zit. Hieronder wat meer info over het bordje:
This is third dual architecture board I've reviewed from Elitegroup and its probably the best yet. While there are still limitations - and Elitegroup are STILL persisting in using a first generation clock generator, despite using one of most recent chipsets to hit the market - the VIA 133 chipset gives stability at 133Mhz which has been lacking in previous Elitegroup efforts. While the VIA 133 chipset gives application scores around 0.7 Winstone 99 behind an equivilant Intel BX board, this should'nt really be an issue, as the AGP /2 divider at 133Mhz more than compensates. You also get the advantage of UltraDMA/66 now, and while it is likely that Camino boards will outperform both the VIA 133, and the VIA 133A chipsets, the cost premimum is such, that VIA 133 boards are compelling options, especially for users of 133Mhz and beyond.
Overclockers will also enjoy the unlimited voltage selection within Elitegroups BIOS. Voltages from 1.5 right up to a 3.5v range are selectable which puts power, but also responsibility firmly in the hands of the overclocker. While voltage tweaks are no longer a novelty, it is always nice to see, and Elitegroup certainly have stolen a march on Tyan's recent dual architecture board in this regard.