AMD Zone heeft een review gepost van de Gigabyte GA-5AX super7 plank:
I used the Gigabyte in my main system for several days. I experienced no noticeable stability problems. Performance seemed no different from the Asus P5A. My only gripe would have to be the features. Only 4 PCI slots, just 3 dimm slots, and no bus speeds over 100 MHz. I would also like to see more than 512kb of onboard cache to pair with a K6-III. If these features weren't lacking, it would rank right up there with the P5A. Luckily Gigabyte has released a newer GA-5AX, revision 4.0.
Rev. 4.0 adds a PCI slot, and bus speeds of 105,110,115,120,125,130,135 and 140MHz. Even though there is still the tired old 512kb onboard cache, those bus speeds are impressive. One of my main problems with the 5AX was that I couldn't try the K6-2 266 at 3X105, or 3X110, which were the sweet spot for the same chip on the P5A. This new revision adds even higher bus speeds than the P5A, which topped out at 133 MHz. Make sure if you order a GA-5AX that you are getting Rev 4, and not Rev 3.