Bij Super 7 vond ik een review van het Transcend TS-AVE3 moederbord, gebaseerd op de Via Apollo Pro 133A chipset. Het bord bleek vooral erg stabiel, maar niet erg succesvol bij overclocken:
The TS-AVE3 is without question as stable a mainboard as we have yet tested. We gave the system a good burn in running the Ziff-Davis Business Winstone 99 benchmark application in a continuous loop for 24hrs (rebooting after every 2nd iteration by batch file) and the board never failed. The TS-AVE3 performed like a champ with both exquisite stability and almost unbelievable consistency. As to overclocking; the Celeron easily took the 75MHz and 83MHz FSB settings, however the PIII 100MHz CPU could only handle the 103MHz setting as it failed to boot at 112MHz. The 133MHz CPU failed at all but its default setting. It is a bit of a shame that Transcend didn't include a way to boost the CPUs core voltages as the VIA Apollo Pro 133A has this feature built-in.