In navolging van Overclocker's Australia, Gamers Depot en BX Boards heeft ook Wonderboy Anand zijn review van de Epox 7KXA KX133 Athlon mobo online gemikt. Hoewel er weinig aan te merken viel aan de performance en features bleek het bord nog niet echt aan Anand's stabiliteits eisen te voldoen. Waarschijnlijk is dit gewoon te wijten aan de de vroege versie die getest werd; revisie 0.3.
As the first KX133 board to hit the market, the EPoX will definitely sell quite a few 7KXAs based on that fact alone. The 7KXA will probably end up being the definition of what an average KX133 motherboard will be defined as in the upcoming months. Its overclocking features put the 7KXA up on the levels of the K7M and MSI's newly released K7Pro in terms of overclocking desire, but the board still lacks the added features that would truly separate it from the rest of the pack. Overall, the 7KXA is a perfectly fine KX133 based solution. It will be one of the first available (if not the first available) in most areas and it combines EPoX's usual quality and reliability with the feature set provided by VIA's KX133 chipset. For those of you that need a KX133 board now, the 7KXA is obviously a better solution than nothing. But for those of you that can wait, DDR Athlon chipsets are reportedly just a few months away and if you can't wait that long, it'll be about a month until you start seeing more KX133 based boards appear from companies like ASUS and Tyan among others.
Lees hier de complete review.