Sake bracht ons een een link naar de Asus K7V review van Italian 3DNow! Zone. Deze KX133 plank heeft 5xPCI, 1xAMR, 3xDIMM, een AGP Pro slot en busspeed settings tot 150MHz. Onze Italiaanse vrienden kregen 'm overigens niet boven de voor EV6 borden magische grens van 110Mhz. Desondanks zijn ze tevreden over het bord:
The card K7V of Asus has shown, from the tests that I have done, to be very stable and reliable, and it allows to have a performance increase over the AMD 750 - based cards, even if such increase, for now it is not notable. To brief however the thick use of very big textures and the increase of the traffic on the AGP port (AGP 2x's 512 Mb/sec are not so much) make the VIAKX133 chipset a winner. Asus K7V is built with a lot of care, from the components' disposition to the quality of these: the number of capacitors is enough elevated, since they allow to maintain stable the electric signal for all the board's traces. The ATX connector is near behind the DIMM slots, allowing the user to equip his Athlon processor with every over-sized cooler on the market (Alpha and Global-Win). The AGP Pro slot, despite is now nearly useless, could be revealed useful in the immediate future, since the video cards' market is evolving with a maddish speed, equal almost to that of the cpu.