Anand heeft een review van de Abit BX6-II overklokkers droomplank. Anand durft ondanks de heilige status van dit bord kritiek te leveren:
The stability of the BX6 Revision 2 is on the lower end of the spectrum when compared to the more well rounded solutions, such as AOpen's aforementioned AX6BC. The board's lack luster stability, a result of a general lack of high quality capacitors near critical components, brings down the overall quality of the board and the purchase value for those users that won't be overclocking to any great degree. AnandTech's test system crashed an average amount of times during the stability tests, leaving the BX6 Revision 2 on-par with many lower class motherboards in terms of stability and separating it by a great distance from the competing AX6BC.
In spite of ABIT's efforts to stay competitive, their newly introduced FSB settings are almost entirely useless. While the competing AX6BC made it up to the 143MHz FSB in AnandTech's tests, an identically configured BX6 Revision 2.0 system had problems booting at frequencies greater than 124MHz. Attempting to run a system with an AGP card at any speed greater than 124MHz will probably be a problem in any case since most AGP video cards have troubles operating at frequencies derived from such high FSB settings, so the inability for the BX6 Revision 2 to operate reliably at anything above 129MHz should degrade the value of the purchase any unless you will be using a PCI video card (which can run at 129MHz+ * 1/4).