I would agree. I am running a Celeron 533A on an old BH6 and the biggest thing I wish I had was fsb speeds between 100 and 124. I would be very surprised if you got over a 124 fsb considering the multiplier that thing must have. The Abit with all those glorious fsb's would allow you to eek the most out of the CPU.
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Utini : take a good look at your board (oh, it helps looking in the manual to find out roughly where on the motherboard the clockgenerator sits ) and you'll find it. It's an ICworks1604 or something, don't quite remember, but I know it wasn't hard to find out when I had the BX6 r2.
I'd recommend the BF6 over the BE6 ][ - they're supposed to be identical - minus ATA66 and plus a pci slot (no IRQ for that one though ), but I've heard of too many wierd quirks on the BE6 ][.
But then again I would say that wouldn't I, since I chose the BF6 over the BE6 ][
(okay, at the time the only thing stopping me was the money)
You will definately want to go with a BX chipset, the VIA's are ALMOST as fast as the BX's when tweaked to their max, but you probably won't need that 1/2 AGP divider - so what's the point ? (forget about native ATA66,512mb DIMM support and all that crap )