Anand heeft een review gepost van de Asus K7V, volgens hem de meest stabiele KX133 plank tot nu toe: de plank draaide stabiel op een busspeed tot 117MHz. Het enige nadeel van de K7V is volgens Anand de nogal onbescheiden omvang van de PCB:
Speaking of stability, the K7V was the most stable KX133 motherboard we've tested to date. It even outperformed the K7V-RM in our stability tests. While that was most likely due to the K7V-RM being an engineering sample, while our K7V is an actual retail board, the stability of the board is second to none.
Just like the previous Athlon motherboards from ASUS, the K7V features quite a few options for overclocking including support for a fairly wide range of FSB frequencies: 90 / 92 / 95 / 97 / 100 / 101 / 103 / 105 / 107 / 110 / 112 / 115 / 117 / 120 / 122 / 124 / 127 / 130 / 133 / 136 / 140 / 145 / 150 / 155MHz. Out of those, only the settings under 117MHz were of any use during our tests since anything higher wouldn't so much as boot. This isn't abnormal since it seems to be a limitation of the current implementation of the Athlon's EV6 bus by motherboard manufacturers.