AnandTech heeft een review van de Soyo SY-6VBA133 moederplank met VIA Apollo Pro 133 chipset neer geplant. Het bord heeft 28 busspeeds, wat 'm - samen met de mogelijkheid om de AGP divider op 1/2 te zetten- erg relaxed maakt voor overclocking:
For the overclockers in us, the sheer variety of bus speeds pretty much guarantees that you'll be able to push the limits of your CPU to the max. For the Celeron users, there are a plethora of bus speeds right below 100 MHz and for the Pentium users, there are also a good number right above. As any good overclocking board should, the Soyo included voltage-tweaking options to help with every last bit of overclocked stability. The core voltage can be increased by 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, and 10%. To provide an example, for a 2.0V CPU, such as all 0.25 micron Intel CPU's, the core voltage options are 2.05V, 2.10V, 2.15V, and 2.20V. Right below this option is the addition of CAS Latency setting for the RAM. The two latency settings are for either 2 or 3 cycles. The rest of the BIOS is the typical Award fare. A specific IRQ can be assigned to a specific PCI slot, SDRAM timing adjusted, etc.