Definitions for "ABIT BP6"
The ABIT BP6 (introduced in 1999) was the first motherboard to allow for the use of (affordable) Intel Celeron processors in Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) configuration. For this reason (and also for its overclocking capabilities) it became very popular among computer enthusiasts. The BP6 has therefore been credited as the product that made SMP (a technology previously reserved for high-end workstations or servers) affordable for the masses.