Ook AGN 3D heeft een review gepost van Abit's nieuwe wonderplank. Een stukkie over de overklokbaarheid van de Bx6-2.0:
he overclockability of Intelís Celeron 300A is the reason that Abitís BH6 rose to a level of popularity that has driven existing stock of the board into extinction. Everyone knows that the BH6 is reliable, so the biggest question everyone will be asking is Ė does the BX6 v2.0 offer us anything new? Of course the answer is yes, after all it would purposeless to release a new motherboard without any new features.
To start with the BX6 2 includes enough multipliers to get you lost when you are flipping through them with your arrow key in the bios. From a lowly level of 2X, the board goes in increments of .5 all of the way up to 8.0. With a little bit of math in your head, you can see that this board will support up to a 800MHz P3 if it is running on a 100MHz FSB. As we already know, multipliers are not going to help us out at all with overclocking. It is that FSB adjustment that squeezes the extra speed out of our Celeron or Pentium 2 processors.
You will obviously not be disappointed with the bus speed settings, giving you enough options to get your overclocking jollies 10 times over. The familiar 66MHz fsb is there, but it also goes much higher, all of the way to 153MHz. Ok so I admit that you will not be using that 153MHz bus any time soon, but it is nice to have it there.