"The Abit VH6 is in many ways just like a Socket 370 version of the excellent Abit VT6X4. Both motherboards are based on the VIA chipset and use the same Softmenu II system for setting CPU speed. The VIA chipset used in the VH6 has quite a few advantages over the Intel BX and 815E chipset. Against the BX chipset the VIA can control RAM speed independent of system bus speed and offers a 1/2 AGP divider. Against the 815E chipset, the VIA has a price advantage with equal performance."
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