Being a market leader in overclocking, it has brought the SoftMenuIII and
overclocking features onto a Dual Board which can be easily configured
compared to meddling with undocumented jumpers.
A disappointment is that VP6 does not support the old Celerons (300As) that
we used to run happily on the ABIT BP6. It is indeed a bad move for those
who wants to have a cheap SMP solution as Coppermine processors are still
pretty expensive compared to the Thunderbirds/Duron.
FULL STORY @ OCWORKBENCH (http://www.ocworkbench.com/hardware/abit/vp6/vp6p1.htm)