Abit BF6

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About the Product

This latest addition to Abit's BX line of mobo's features 6CPI slots (1 ISA), 3 DIMM slots for up to 768MB of RAM, bus frequecies from 66-200Mhz, and voltage settings from 1.3-3.5V. It also features Abit's SoftMenu III Jumperless BIOS.

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Abit BF6 Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 9 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
3D Accelerated Gaming  --- Jan 29 '00
3D Spotlight 9.6/10 Dec 20 '99
Active Hardware 98/100 Sep 10 '99
Anandtech 88/B+ Dec 27 '99
FiringSquad 4/5 Dec 12 '99
FPS3D 4.6/5 Nov 04 '99
GameSpot 4/5 Apr 20 '00
Hardware Central 4.5/5 Nov 30 '99
Hardware Upgrade  --- Oct 18 '99
Review Board Magazine 3/3 Dec 01 '99
SharkyExtreme 8/10 Nov 14 '99
System Optimization  --- Dec 23 '99
SystemLogic.net  --- Oct 25 '00
Tech ARP  --- Aug 17 '00
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Abit BF6 Roundups and Shootouts

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Abit BF6 Review Overclockers Workbench -- Nov 04 '99

3D Accelerated Gaming on

"The board seemed much less cluttered in important areas, much better set out. As I noted earlier, they placed two Smart Fan connectors right by the Slot for more cooling action than your processor..."

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Anandtech on

"Once you've made up your mind to go with the i440BX chipset, it's tough to pass up the ABIT BF6. It's a full featured board with minimal draw backs. For overclockers, it offers the greatest..."

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GameSpot on

"In the end, the BF6 proves to be a rock solid performer at the defaults, and it offers a host of options for people who like to fool around with the clock rates of their systems. The addition of..."

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Hardware Central on

"Perhaps the most eye-catching feature--and, indeed, likely the reason you’re interested in this board--is Abit’s SoftMenu III. Coupled with the RTM250-39D clock generator, the BF6 is able to boast..."

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System Optimization on

"The BF6 is, far and away, the most stable board we've seen at SysOpt. At the default speeds, it just wouldn't crash. That's not to say that Windows didn't occasionally crash, but you can't take the..."

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