Overclockers' Workbench heeft een review online gemikt van de Abit WB6, gebaseerd op de brakke Intel 810e chipset die je dus niet wil hebben. Hieronder een hap uit de conlusie:
A product that comes late but works well because of it's specifications. For those who wants proper support of 133Mhz FSB should go for either i820 or the VIA Apollo Pro133A based mainboards that will be available real soon.
As I have said, i810e, it's more of an interim kind of solution just like VIA Apollo Pro133. It is cheap, reliable but lacks the AGP 4X. You might want to sit back and wait a while before the mass productions of i820 boards and ApolloPro133A based boards are easily availiable.
Performance wise, I always feel that Intel BX chipset is still the best among ZX, BX, i810, ApolloPro, Apollo Pro133. In terms of benchmarks, it still outperforms the i810.
For ATA-66 performance, I would definitely recommend a controller card based on HIghpoint or Promise chipset. They're proven and they outperform the i810 ATA-66 controller.
Overclocking wise, it loses out to it's BX counterparts the BE6-II with 1Mhz step intervals.!
Before I forget, I particularly like the Yamaha chipset sound quality especially when playing MIDI files. They sound excellent, better than any other sound cards out there !!