Gamers Depot heeft een review klaarliggen van de MSI BX Master, een bordje met o.a. een Promise ATA/66 controller, 4 DIMM slots en een 6e PCI slot. De Award BIOS geeft je de mogelijkheid om busspeeds per 1MHz in te stellen:
This board uses an Award BIOS which provides you with all the settings you'd want to tweak this baby to the max. Of course one of the main areas that most gamers will want to look at is the boards ability to be overclocked. The BIOS gives you the ability to adjust the clock speed in 1mhz intervals up to 150Mhz. When you boot you'll see on the boot screen all the information about the chip your using and what bus speed it's running at. Using a PIII 550, we were only able to get it to 617Mhz on an ASUS P3B-F, while on the BXMaster we got it to an extremely stable 630Mhz.
Sporting 6PCI slots and 4 DIMM sockets, the BXMaster ensures that you won't be running out of expansion anytime in this lifetime.
The on-board Promise UDMA 66 controller provides you a great way to upgrade to the current trend in EIDE hard drives, and under most circumstances works great. We did however encounter a problem with this solution. The Promise controller would not read the drives that we had formatted under Windows 98. The only way we could get it to work was to reformat the drives while hooked up to the Promise controller. While this isn't a problem for those starting fresh, it can be a pain in the butt for those of you who might be just wanting to swap out your mainboard without wanting to fuss with this kind of stuff.
If you do run this, you do have the ability use all 4 EIDE channels to run 8 devices with.