Abit's VP6 VIA Apollo Pro 133A Dual-CPU Motherboard
22 September 2007
Excerpt: Abit's VP6 VIA Apollo Pro 133A Dual-CPU Motherboard Worth the trouble? By Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta February 22, 2001 Being afflicted with an addiction to PC hardware, I'm always on the lookout for my next major computer upgrade. Recently, Intel's Pentium 4 arrived on the scene but for me personally, that meant converting over to a whole new platform. This was more than I wanted to chew on at the time but regardless, I still had that "power hungry" feeling.
Excerpt: Two years ago Abit brought dual processing to the computer enthusiast crowd with their BP6 motherboard. Affordable and unique, it was the first dual processor motherboard to sport overclocking capabilities as well as be targeted towards the low-end server market. Abit has always been known for having features that target the overclocking enthusiast, while other mainboard manufacturers only consider overclocking an afterthought if at all.