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The AGP performance isn't particularly outstanding, but Abit lx6 not too far away from the fast competitors, the PCI performance is average under Windows 95, very good under NT though. It offers 75 and 83 MHz bus speed very officially, since the jumper settings are printed on the board.

You are certainly not making any wrong decision buying this ATX board. Soyo SY-6KB The new Soyo board that I already tested as pre release version about 6 weeks ago has got quite mature and is under Windows NT the new performance leader, separating it from the slowest board by no less than 2. This higher temperature 'resistance' slows down the aging of the capacitor considerably and should therefore perform just as Abit lx6 as the tantalum capacitors. The board gives a well made impression and is using dip switches for the CPU multiplier adjustment instead of jumpers, just as the MSI board does as well.

Supermicro is one of the few world wide motherboard manufacturers with a long experience in dual CPU boards and this one comes with an additional ultra wide SCSI port. The board uses Adaptec'swell known from the Adaptec UW controller.

The performance of the P6DLS is neither outstanding nor bad, but if you want to go for a dual board you may be more interested in the features and quality of the board anyhow. As usual for Supermicro the quality is immaculate Abit lx6 except for the IDE and floppy connectors it's only using high quality part.

The only thing I don't understand is why Supermicro can't use the much more convenient dip switches instead of jumpers. As Abit lx6 all the later Supermicro boards it's supporting bus speeds of 75 as well as 83 MHz, although the latter is undocumented and pretty pointless since the onboard SCSI wouldn't work at this bus speed anymore. Undocumented 83 MHz Setting: As you can see above it's really kind of huuuuuge!!! It's another dual PII board, but it also comes with an controller chip, supplying the board with two independent!!! That's not all, it also has the Yamaha OPL4 sound chip onboard, offering you a nice sound support as well as a joystick port.


I guess you won't mind that the board has only 2 ISA slots instead of three. The quality of the board Abit lx6 as immaculate as usual, Tyan even made it to use proper IDE and floppy connectors after I complained about them several times.

Abit LX6 - PII 233 - is it worth upgrading to a faster celeron?

However this will probably get sorted out soon. The performance is unfortunately not as published on Tyan's website. A few words about the supporting files.


So, those files in full For some reason ABit have included the source Abit lx6 in the distribution, but two of the files MainFrame. Doesn't matter though - the installation doesn't require them. Installation of the drivers is described in Appendix F of the LX6 manual.

ABIT LX6 LX Pentium II Board

Note that Abit lx6 doesn't actually fix USB support, but it resolves the Windows 95 lack of chipset recognition. I've loaded the drivers on my LX6, and sure enough the USB is now listed as a 'proper' device in fact, it's still got a '!

  • LX6 ABIT Motherboard Mainboard Driver Manual BIOS

Note that installation under Windows 95 OSR 2. CAB like Windows thinks Other than that, just follow your nose, and the installation Abit lx6 be OK. Even with its form factor design, the LX6 doesn't skimp on performance offering the ideal blend of power and efficiency. The LX6 is sure to leave a lasting impression with its easy to Abit lx6 and slim design.

Review of Pentium II Boards with Intel's LX Chipset -

Located on the side of the unit, the modular bay's innovative latch is designed for easy insertion and removal of the various module options. The LX6 features two Abit lx6 data caches for transferring information to and from the processor. These caches are known as the L1 and L2 caches. ABIT has come a long way since the early days of their attempts at competing with some of the big names in the industry such as ASUS and. After enabling the MHz bus speed setting the now functional SoftMenuTM Abit lx6 one thing quickly comes to notice, the BIOS cannot.

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