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ABIT BP6 440BX Dual Celeron Motherboard

ABIT BP6 440BX Dual Celeron Motherboard - PCSTATS
Abstract: ABIT has always been a pioneer in their industry. Well, this time they have done it again.
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External Mfg. Website: ABIT Aug 27 1999   D. Dee  
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Final Thoughts

The BP6 has proven itself a very worthwhile addition to your hardware upgrade list, provided of course that you are going to need such a piece of hardware. Bragging rights aside, you are looking at a 20% performance increase by having dual processors. Now, this can come in very handy in certain situations. Running an entire operating system under another operating system is very cool, and very useful. It keeps you from having to boot over and over.
 
Running two processors in a situation like that can mean the difference between decent performance and unbearable performance on both your host and hosted operating system. Quake 3 and I'm sure many more titles to come will support multiple processors. 20% performance increase is a considerable amount especially for the hardcore gamer who wants every last frame he can squeeze out of his game system. Dual processor setups can also benefit 3D artists, designers, and programmers who use high end software that actually support dual processors.
 
If we were talking about having to purchase a Pentium II/III or Xeon dual processor setup, just for a 20% increase would be a waste in my opinion. But getting dirt cheap dual Celerons for 20% performance increase doesn't sound so bad. The BP6 is a very stable, high quality, inexpensive dual processor motherboard. If you have a legitimate need for it, then by all means, I highly recommend it. Kudos to ABIT for yet another awesome product. Let's hope Intel doesn't rain on your parade.

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Contents of Article: ABIT BP6
 Pg 1.  ABIT BP6 440BX Dual Celeron Motherboard
 Pg 2.  Overclocking
 Pg 3.  Windows 98 Performance
 Pg 4.  synthetic benchmarks
 Pg 5.  — Final Thoughts

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