Here's the scoop, straight from the source:
Dear All:Despite the rumors, it looks like SMP lovers are in for a merry Christmas after all.
ABIT, the world leader in motherboard and multimedia innovation officially would like to assure the ABIT community that claims of a VP6 recall are false. The ABIT VP6 mainboard will become available as planned.
Nor is there truth to the rumours of AGP incompatibilities. We at ABIT adhere to the highest standards of quality control. The VP6 has been rigorously and thoroughly tested prior to release and is compatible with all current VGA graphics cards.
As a successor to the ABIT BP6, the VP6 has been the most highly anticipated motherboard of the year, so we understand why rumours of a recall were a source of concern for so many. But rest assured, the VP6 will provide you with the best performance and features for your dual PIII system and will ensure complete stability, compatibility, and reliability.
News releases and other information about ABIT are available from our website at www.abit.com.tw
Manager, PR Dept.
ABIT Computer Corporation
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