Bij SlotA.com is een review te vinden van de Tyan Trinity K7, een slot A moederbord gebaseerd op de VIA KX133 chipset. Er zijn niet veel overclock features op dit bord te vinden (zoals altijd bij Tyan):
Over-clocking on the Trinity K7 is a mixed bag. Tyan has not included over-clocking friendly features on their motherboards. Bus speeds are selectable via f dip switches, but they allow for only 90, 100, 120, and 133MHz. 120 and 133 will not work as they are beyond the ability of the KX133 chipset. 90MHz of course is not really useful as no one will want to under-clock the bus. There are full voltage tweaking abilities through the use of jumpers. Full settings from 1.3V to 2.05V in .5V increments are available. The reality of over-clocking on the Tyan is that you will either need a GFD, or you will have to solder your Athlon.[break]Verder was de reviewer wel erg goed te spreken over dit mobo:[/break]Things I like about the Trinity are the 6 PCI slots and the placement of the ATX power connector. The performance was also impressive especially considering I did not use VCM SDRAM for benchmarking. Another plus about the board is that Tyan is the only board manufacturer that I know of that provides support directly to the end customer. The Trinity also includes a three year manufacturers warranty which makes it unique.