Which board do I buy for a PII 333?
I have a PII 333 cpu, which is the best board to get, the ASUS P2B or the ABIT BH6? I definetly will OC, but want a fast and stable board. Which is the better one? Anyone have any experiences with these? Thanks.
[This message has been edited by Sky (edited 02-08-99).]
The BEST board for everyone is the Abit BX6 v2.0. It combines the best of BX6 v1.0 and BH6, making them both obsolete. It will last much farther into the future of CPUs and bus speeds. It's the overclockers new dream board. Oh yeah, I have one.
I got a P2B, and it's a great board, but I wish I had a BX6-2. I belive the P2B would be the better board if it had the features Abit has. The BX6-2 seams to look a lot further into the future...more PCI slots...higher supported FSB speeds...and softmenu...that seams to be a must for serious overclockers...and, correct me if I'm wrong, it has 4 ram sockets, instead of the P2B's 3.
The BX6-2 is an easy choice
how can I tell the difference between BX6 and Bx6-2 boards?
The BX6 v2.0 is an inch shorter (front to back) and has 5 PCI & 2 ISA slots. The v1.0 has 4 PCI & 3 ISA slots.
seti Yes, 4 ram slots.
[This message has been edited by Roy (edited 02-09-99).]
Personally I can see myself useing more than 2...atleast for probably up to two years. 256MB seams like an awful lot for a home computer. And in two years we wont be using a BX mobo. But 4's better than 3.
[This message has been edited by seti (edited 02-09-99).]
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