Active Hardware heeft een review online gezet van de Shuttle AV61 mobo met Via Apollo Pro133 chipset. Hieronder wat info over dit plankje:
Expansion options are well assured by the AV61's 5/2/1 design, meaning 5 PCI slots, 2 ISA slots, and 1 AGP port. Also, 3 168-pin DIMM sockets allow for a maximum of 768MB of memory to be installed.
As concerns the AV61's configuration, things are a bit different. Effectively, the installer is faced with two choices. First of all, an array of jumpers for configuring clock frequency, memory frequency, clock multiplier, and the processor's core voltage. Nest, all these functions - but the core voltage function - can also be performed from a menu within the BIOS named "CPU Speed Settings". Finally, a function within the "Chipset Features Setup" menu permits the adjustment of the memory frequency synchronous with that of the system bus by adding or subtracting 33Mhz from the former. For example, you may set your system bus to 133Mhz, and by subtracting 33Mhz, operate PC100 memory without problems.
As mentioned before, the processor's core voltage is adjustable via jumper JP48. Possible settings include: +0.15%, +0.5%, +1.5%, and +7.8%.
Available clock frequencies include: 66/75/83/100/103/105/110/112/115/120/124/133/140 and 150Mhz, with clock multipliers available from 2X to 8X in steps of 0.5X.