Going over the specs, the SA6R supports just about everything you could want from the 815 chipset:
Supports Intel Pentium® II/!!! up to 1Ghz socket processor based on 100 & 133 MHz FSB
Supports Intel Celeron® up to 733Mhz socket processor based on 66 MHz FSB
Reserves support for future Intel Pentium® III/ Celeron socket processor
Intel 815E (ICH2) chipset
Supports 66/100/133MHz(Front Side Bus)
Supports AGP 1X/2X/4X (Sideband) 1.5/3.3V device.
Supports Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface (ACPI)
Supports Ultra ATA/100,Ultra ATA/66,Ultra ATA/33 mode.
High Point HPT370 IDE Controller
Ultra DMA 100MB/Sec data transfer rate
RAID 0(stripping mode for boosting performance)
RAID 1 (mirroring mode for data security)
RAID 0+1(stripping and mirroring)
Chipset integrated AGP 2X 3D graphics acceleration
Support AIMM (AGP In-line Memory Module)
Four 168-pin DIMM sockets support SDRAM module
Supports up to 512MB MAX. ( 64, 128,256MB SDRAM)
Support 100MHz,133MHz SDRAM interface
CPU SOFT MENU™III technology and dipswitch function
Award Plug and Play BIOS supports APM, DMI
Write-Protect Anti-Virus function by AWARD BIOS
ATX form factor
1 Universal AGP slot, 6 PCI slots and 1CNR slot
Hardware Monitoring - Including Fan speed, Voltages, CPU and System temperature and one thermal header for other devices temperature monitoring
Keyboard and Mouse Power On
Built-in Wake on Lan / Wake on Modem header
Digital Video out interface supports digital display or TV out (Option)
Built-in IrDA TX/RX header
Although the SA6R ships with four DIMM sockets, the motherboard only supports up to 512MB of memory. This is a limitation of the 815 chipset, and is the case with all 815 motherboards currently available on the market. In the past, ABIT has equipped some of their motherboards with a Texas Instruments data buffer set to support additional memory but chose not to with the SA6R.
Another feature you'll notice is the six PCI slots with no ISAs. Unlike the KT7-RAID (which offers no onboard audio), the SA6R does support this feature. Fortunately, this can be disabled in BIOS.
Included with the SA6R's packaging are the instruction manual, 2-port USB bracket, and both 40-pin and 80 conductor IDE cables as well as a floppy cable.