BXBoards heeft een review gepost van de Tyan Trinity K7 plank met VIA KX133 chipset en 6 PCI slots, null keer AMR en 4xDIMM. De Trinity K7 doet aan voltage tweaking, maar helaas zijn er boven 100MHz slechts 2 busspeeds van 120 en 133MHz, die bovendien via jumpers ingesteld moeten worden. Op beide snelheden weigerde de plank te booten. Afgezien daarvan functioneerde het bord probleemloos:
Tyan have designed a board that offers excellent expansion, and carries the indefinable mark of Tyan quality. The major brickbat with this board, is that the board is not a good overclocker. Its rather strange, but if this was a typical Tyan board, with no overclocking support at all, then I could accept this. The fact that Tyan have tried to include overclocking features - but failed to pull it off - makes this a hard board to rate, because the disappointment of the board as an overclocker overshadows the good points. So we'll say this - if you want an overclocking Athlon board, both the Epox K7XA and Abit KA7 are much better boards. If bus overclocking is not a requirement and you want a board with good expansion, the Trinity K7 does a good job and is worthy of consideration.