Tech-Review.com heeft een review gepost van de Soyo SY-6BA+IV (fijne naam ) slot-1 moederplank met BX chipset, 4 DIMM slots, onboard ATA66 controller en 27 FSB settings:
The wide assortment of front side bus speeds is still present with 27 available FSB options of 66/ 75/ 81/ 83/ 90/ 95/ 100/ 105/ 110/ 112/ 113/ 115/ 117/ 118/ 120/ 122/ 124/ 126/ 133/ 135/ 137/ 138/ 140/ 142/ 144/ 150/ 155MHz. For those that are not quite sure what effect this has, front side bus speeds are used to determine the MHz at which a CPU operates. With the fact that Intel locks what they refer to as the 'clock multiplier', changing the FSB allows one to overclock their computer. For example, when you have a 550 MHz CPU it has a 5.5 clock multiplier and runs on a 100 MHz bus speed. In order for it to know that it is supposed to run at 550 MHz, the CPU takes its clock multiplier setting of 5.5 and multiplies that with the bus speed of 100 MHz. This results in the CPU running at 550 MHz (5.5 x 100 = 550 MHz). Since the clock multiplier value of 5.5 is locked, we must use the bus speed to overclock the CPU. Changing the bus speed to 110 MHz results in the CPU running at 605 MHz (5.5 x 110 = 605). The SY-6BA+IV allows you to change this bus speed easily from the BIOS menu, and provides an excellent assortment of available settings.