I don't make this stuff up. Kyle has reviewed the Soyo 6VBA-133 motherboard, which, despite the name, isn't targeted at VBA developers. This VIA Apollo Pro 133A board has a rather different target audience, Kyle has decided:
You know, folks like your Aunt Ruby who is 74 years old and wants to use email. This board is perfect for her.If that doesn't sell a load of Soyos, I dunno what will.
However, be careful that your Aunt Ruby doesn't come knocking on your door complaining in broken English about Apollo Pro 133A performance problems with AGP 4X and with UDMA/66.
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