Overclockers Online have posted a review of the EPoX 8K3A+, which is based upon VIA's KT333 chipset. This socket A motherboard offers a truckload of overclocking options and therefor is one of the best socket A motherboards ever made. Here's a quote:
"Of course the KT333 chipset supports all socket A processors: AMD Duron, AMD Athlon, AMD Athlon XP and AMD Athlon MP CPU's. As I said in the introduction, the KT333 officially supports a front side bus of 166MHz, which is 33MHz more than the KT266A. The board offers you the possibility to run the CPU asynchronious to the memory: your CPU can use a FSB of 133MHz whereas the memory is running at 166MHz! Any setting between 133MHz and 166MHz offers this feature. If you decide to overclock your motherboard past 166MHz, note that the memory speed has to be identical to the CPU bus speed. If your processor can't handle that increase of speed, you might be obligated to unlock your multiplier and run the processor at a lower multiplier setting. The 8KA3 offers several other sweet (overclocking) options, but I'll reveal those later on."