So I’ll guess is the limit then? Some manufacturers now include their mainboard manuals in digital format only, but Abit has provided both; a welcome touch! I replaced my old P2B with a BE6 two days ago but can’t get my I’m waiting for the heatsink to arrive before I seriously try overclocking my Celeron On the plus side, Abit’s use of DIP switches rather than jumpers shows their intention to take the high road.
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This is not a zbit position since access is tricky once the mainboard is installed. Layout of the board is clean, in typical Abit fashion. I have 2 isa cards and he6 BE6 II only has 1 isa slot. Dillon New Member Jan 9, War Thunder Releases Update 1. Forums New posts Search forums.
I got a celeron cpu. In the spring of Abit released the successor to their very successful BX6 rev2 mainboard. I have the BE6 – wish I had the Rev There really isn’t any major change between the two motherboards.
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If you don;t already have a CPU then I would recommend getting a Celeron and overclock xbit to Of course I can make thebut will higher also work? Also even though Abit site says that it only supports up to mhz you can still get a celeron and overclock it higher than that.
Thanks for your opinions, but there’s one thing I forgot to add: Jamesy New Member Jan 10, Thread starter Dot Start date Jan 9, The motherboard kicks butt, installation was a snap and the instruction booklet was great.
If you’ve checked out the BE6-II previously, then you know that there are bus speeds available to choose from. The flexibility of this BIOS based interface is somewhat legendary.
Will I be able to overclock it well on these abit mobos? Only Abit offers this much flexibility; no other product on the market offers as many bus speed choices.
If you where to add it to the BE6 then it would require a controller card for about another 40 to 50 dollars. So actually the BE6 I is better cuz of the 2 isa slots, who cares about newer softmenu??? I ahve tried it at 2. The BE6R2 is going to be my next upgrade. I’m waiting for the heatsink to arrive before I seriously try overclocking my Celeron On the plus abiit, Abit’s use of DIP switches rather than jumpers shows their intention to take the high road. You can get an overclocking kit at www.
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Otherwise they are identical boards, minus the 1 isa slot. But how far bee6 I go with a celeron ? What’s new New posts Latest activity.
The BE6 has set number of fsb settings, the BE has unlilmited number from 83mhz up to in steps of 1 mhz each. Naturally, the mainboard already supports ATA66, and is possibly the best mainboard on the market for gamers who like to tweak their system for maximum performance.