Bij lost Circuits hebben ze een review online gezet van de FIC KA6110 mobo met de VIA 693A chipset, een soort uitgebreide versie van de Apollo Pro Plus. Het kleine plankje heeft 4 DIMM sloten en support voor 133MHz FSB en ATA/66.
The FIC KA-6110 is a high performance board geared towards the 133 MHz bus speed to achieve its full performance and that translates into "Coppermine". The BIOS is tweaked towards optimal performance, which causes the board to behave a little on the capricious side without being unstable per se. The overall performance is above average. The main argument brought forward against the KA-6110 is the lack of a manual override of the CPU settings in form of a jumper / dip switch to enable the 100 / 133 MHz clock. This omission is the main reason for failure of the current PPGA Celerons to boot on the KA-6110, with the caveat that this may depend on the slotket used. No problems are observed with the SEPP line of Celeron except that the 100 MHz clock cannot be accessed even by pin taping. Likewise, with the current generation of 100 MHz PentiumII / Pentium!!! the 133 MHz clock and its derivative bus frequencies of up to 150 MHz cannot be accessed via the Soft BIOS. Thus, one is stuck with the 1/3 PCI divider and the resulting 2/3 AGP speed.