Sharky Extreme heeft een review van de Soyo SY-6VBA moederkoek met VIA Apollo Pro 133 chipset gepost. Dit plankje ondersteund in totaal 29 busspeed en kent dankzij de VIA chipset AGP dividers lager dan 2/3, wat 'm ideaal maakt voor PIII overclocking:
Offering a very complete set of frontside bus speeds, the Soyo board really is one of the best overclockers we have seen. Aside from having a 133 MHz FSB setting, the board also has the capacity for dividers that won't fry your components. Allowing your AGP slot to run at 66MHz and your PCI slots to run at 33MHz, while still running the FSB at 133MHz is what this board brings to the overclocking table.
While some of the more current BX boards allow a PCI divisor of 4, none can offer the AGP divisor of 2 as the 440BX chipset only supports a 2/3 divider. The one unfortunate part about this is that the AGP divisor must be set with manual jumpers and cannot be changed from the BIOS. Up 'til now, bus speeds near 133MHz could not even be tested without a PCI video card, as the AGP clock frequency would be far out of spec.
De AGP performance ligt volgens Sharky Extreme echter nog steeds iets onder die van de BX chipset.