Bij OCWorkbench kun je een review lezen van het AOpen AK73 Pro KT133 mobo. Deze plank met 5xPCI, AGP, AMR en 3xDIMM bleek erg geschikt geschikt voor overclocking: een Duron 600 werd zonder moeite dmv multiplier en voltage tweaking op 900MHz gezet. De prestaties van de AK73 werden ook goed bevonden, alhoewel de KT7 niet kan worden geëvenaard. Hieronder wat meer info uit de eindconclusie:
AOPEN AK73Pro is an excellent performing board. I think this is probably due to the fact that they have spent more time doing R&D than to rush and release a problematic and bad performing product. The manual is also well written and it's one of the best manuals I have even read.
Well, in our tests, it is clearly indicative that AOPEN AK73 Pro outperforms most of the KT133 boards except for ABIT KT7 RAID and SOLTEK SL75KV2-X. Surprisingly enough, QDI Kinetiz 7T appears to have pretty good performance when we did an overall comparison, it is on par with AOPEN AX73 Pro in Winbench99 but lost out in terms of HD performance as it was using the former 686A South Bridge. It looks like the bigger brands have to do some catching up in fine tuning their products.
AOPEN might want to consider printing the jumper settings closer to the switch/jumper than to print it totally off-site. This will definitely ease the users from hunting for the manual and page for the instructions. The location of the Power connector might block larger heatsinks too.