The Abit SE6 caught my eye because of the great Intel i815E chipset that is incorporated on the motherboard. Suprisingly, this time I am not scared to run this board as the chipset if very stable, maybe as stable as the popular 440BX chipset that intel released in 1998. I have run many benchmarks on this board and it runs very fast. Another good point of this board is that it is compleatley jumperless, and the FCPGA Intel P3 or Celeron you intend to use can be overclocked easily. I have a P3 700 and its runs fine at 933Mhz. Antoher advantage of this motherboard is that it supports 133mhz ram and the new ATA100 transfer rate for hard disks. The BIOS menu is easy to read and use and it is a very good board. Even though this is a good board, few bad points are with it, but one that is rather annoying is that a COM port has been substituted for a onboard graphics card which didnt please me, but all in all it is still a VERY good board.