UncaMity's Website heeft een review van de Abit VA6, een moederplank met VIA Apollo Pro 133 chipset, klaar staan. Het bord bleek prima te werken en overklokken vormde ook geen probleem:
Finally, I decided to try 770MHz, which involves setting the bus speed to 140MHz. I admit that I expected this to fail, since it was really pushing the CPU, to say nothing of my RAM. The system POSTed, and I was happy to see that the VA6 automatically kept the memory bus at 133MHz. But Windows crashed almost immediately after it began to boot. I set the voltage to 1.65v, and got the same result. I set the voltage to 1.70v, and the system booted into Windows. I was still skeptical, since I couldn't believe that a simple .05 bump in voltage would turn a CPU that crashed Windows immediately into a rock-solid performer. But so far, after 95 minutes of testing with CPU Test 1.5 the system hasn't had a single glitch. And trueSpace rendered a test scene without any problems as well.
Uit een eerdere review van Ars Technica bleek overigens wel dat de Apollo Pro 133 qua geheugen en AGP performance duidelijk achter blijft bij de BX chipset.