The BP6 is quite unlike other dual boards I have seen.
BP6 is built for overclockers like us, offering myriad
FSBs settings as well as voltage tweaks through the
innovative SoftMenu II.
for the BP6 if you are a hardcore RC5/SETI fellow. Nothing
beats the joy of seeing your ranking improve on a SMP
ATA-66 performance should be well-liked once it is implemented
in Windows 2000. From other independent benchmarks,
some ATA-66 drives will beat even my 40 Mb/s SCSI Ultra-Wide
Seagate Cheetah, at a fraction of the cost.
about room for expansion, remember that the BP6 supports
up to 8 IDE devices. Damn sweeet.
if you don't plan to get a 2nd processor now, you can
get a BP6 first, then throw in another 2nd processor
when Windows 2000 is officially released.
board is fantastic!