The Insider heeft een review online gezet rondom de Asus' Athlon moederplank, de K7M. Ook hier valt het overklokken wat tegen, hoger dan 110MHz wil het bordje niet. Hieronder een plak uit de review, lees de rest hier.
The K7M is the first Athlon motherboard to implement an AMR slot above the AGP slot on their boards. AMR (Audio Modem Riser) slots have been in low cost Intel-based motherboards for a little while now, and even though no AMR cards are being mass produced, they'll be here soon enough. If you're unfamiliar with the concept of AMR, you're not alone. AMR cards are basically integrated low-cost audio chips with analog modems, that will be integrated onto a single PCB for low-cost computers. Interestingly enough, even though the board has an AMR slot, Asus still felt the need to put an onboard audio chip on the board. Totally un-necessary, we didn't even feel like testing it. Most likely people will stick their own 3D sound card in there, so basically we have room for three sound sources on a single board.
Pretty standard fare motherboard otherwise, 5 bus-mastering PCI slots, a single 16-bit ISA slot, 3 DIMM slots. The board has dual Ultra DMA/66 (or Ultra DMA/33 if you choose) channels, as all Athlon motherboards do. Ultra DMA/66 is built into the VIA 686A Southbridge chip, and isn't a hacked version like many Intel-BX boards are nowadays with DMA/66 onboard.