AVL schrijft: "Bij Gamers' Depot is een aardige review te vinden van het welbekende Epox bordje met VIA Apollo KX133 chipset. Voor zover ik weet wordt de 7KXA op dit moment alleen door CompTech World in Nederland verkocht. Het bordje was goed compatibel met de GeForce, maar er viel niet veel mee over te klokken":
Using an Award BIOS, you have the usual settings we've become accustomed to in most other Athlon boards. Unlike the Tyan S1854 board we tested back in December, switching the BIOS to 4x AGP mode didn't bring us any unwanted screen corruption. A nice feature that has been severely lacking in the previous AMD chipsets has been the ability to manually assign IRQ's in the BIOS. I'm happy to report that this board will let you assign them. This can be very handy for those stubborn devices that Windows just has a hard time getting to cooperate. If you're a hardcore overclocking freak, then there isn't much to look forward to here, as you only have some settings in the BIOS which will let you increase the overall clockspeed of your CPU. This is accomplished by adjusting the bus speed from 83Mhz up to 115Mhz with the following intervals, 83, 88, 90, 95, 100, 110, and 115Mhz. We couldn't get our Athlon 850 to run stable at anything above 100Mhz bus speed.