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Features

Ultra DMA/33 IDE protocol
Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface (ACPI)
Supports AGP 1X/2X

Three 168-pin DIMM sockets support SDRAM module

CPU SOFT MENUTM II (eliminates the need for jumpers or DIP switches needed to set CPU parameters)
Award Plug and Play BIOS supports APM, DMI
Write-Protect Anti-Virus function by
Year 2000 Compliant

Hardware monitoring - Included fan speed, voltages, CPU and system environment temperature
Supports Keyboard and Mouse Wake Up

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From: northern@icrossroads.com

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Had an ABIT LX6 MB was a lemon no service or support from abit or computer shop will never have another ABIT board even if they gave me one

From: beuton@sota-oh.com

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I have two Abit motherboards, TX and TX5 both motherboards have been rock solid and Iam looking into build a Abit BX-6 Rev-2 system soon. When you use a Abit motherboard and Intel chipsets you have a rock solid system. The Abit motherboard with the soft menu system is the greatest, quick and easy. The Abit motherboards are very dependable and user friendly, also Abit and the resellers stand behind the motherboards. If anyone is interested in overclocking, the name is A B I T.....

From: rbinder@metronet.de

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Abits ZM6 is totaly Cool with an INTEL CELERON 300A . And that is the Way i use it for dramatic Performance!!

 

From: hende@dlc.fi

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I own abit lx6 mainboard and i have very pleased it.

From: Brian of lancasters.net

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I'm running the Lancasters.NET webserver on an ABIT ZM6 and a Celeron PPGA 400 overclocked to 500... the thing will not break no matter what I do. Way To Go ABIT!!!

From: Jrz

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I had a p5a+k6/2 300 and a tnt , that was quite buggy.. OpenGL locked up when I enabled external cache.. now I own a zm6+cel300@450 and it rockes! It's a cheap motherboard with all functions of the BH6. And face it noone is buying a new CPU every month... no need for a mobo that is about $80 more with the ppga convertor

From: nscott@teldar.com

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This board was a breeze to setup.

From: Monkey

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Supposed to get one of these from the contest but Abit still hasn't sent the boards out. I think I may just go out and buy one.

From: rhone99@aol.com

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All I can say is just wait for the bp6, that will be THE mainboard to have for a while to come!

From: haksu

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I have Asus V3400 and Abit ZM6 mobo, Abit is great, but i doesn't work good enought with my TNT TNT runs mainly at same speed in my 466@525 Celeron as it runs in my P2-333 !! Maybe further bios upgrades should fix this timing problem (i guess it's only somekind timingproblem) ... Hope so This board really rocks !

From: maxvolume@hotmail.com

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i have ZM6 with iCeleron300A overclocked to 450Mh(100mhz on bus), micron Dimm64mb. all works fine!

From: Alwin

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I have to say this is a very easy board to install. It's my 2nd abit mobo (had a tx5n). Popped in a 366 and o/c it to 413...no problem. I didn't even need to up the voltage. As of this writing I'm cruising at 550 at 2.0V..... I'm all smiles. Only qualm I have is that the placing of the cpu and ram are kinda close. But can be rectified by placing the ram at the last slot.

From: Pete

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Alwin, I just got the Week 26 336A also... I want my PC100 RAM back now!!!

From: Alwin

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Petey....bad newz Was at the firing squad and anandtech bbs. it seemed that week 28 and later chips are losing their o/c abilities. Maybe upping the voltage might help....but you will need lots of cooling. You can have your silly rams back! I want mine back too!

From: david

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I don't have a ZM6 but i doo have a BE6 and it runs perfectly with a socket370 adapter and a cely 400 O/C to 450 at 75mhz bus. I've never had any problems with it yet except you might have to disable the speed error in order to overclock it.

From: digital.roadkill@spray.se

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My computer is based on a Abit Zm-6. It's running on a 466 Mhz Celeron and i have tried it at 525 Mhz with no errors

From: happy2000@netscape.net

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I have Celeron 300A OC to 558 (124x4.5 1/4) and is stable, tried 133x4.5, but lockup during the game.. may be the PC100 problem, but with I/O 3.55v, is it too high or normal?

 

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