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Re: [SOT] EPoX 9NPA+ Ultra



On Tuesday 25 October 2005 16:36, Lennart Sorensen wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 25, 2005 at 09:47:08AM +0200, Michael Dominok wrote:
> > I'm subscribed to this List for about 2 Months now but failed to find a
> > single Post, amongst the many that deal with Hardware-Problems, that
> > concerns the EPoX 9NPA+ Ultra, or similar, Mainboard.
>
> I have never even heard of the brand.  In my book that is a bad thing
> since if I haven't heard of it, it is probably too obscure (at least in
> this part of the world) to have particularly good support.  Maybe too
> simplistic a view, but it has served my well for many years when buying
> computer hardware.

We will have (in our company) 2 pcs. of exactly the same model U mentioned. So 
probably I can later reffer - when they arrive...
BTW: I have Epox MB at home (sock. A with nForce2) and no problem (and my 
friends have similar experiences).
When U didn't hears about something it doesn't mean it is bad. Just it can be 
more specialised to some buyers...  Or people for some (stupid) reason dont 
know them... As far as I know, epox MB are excellent especially for 
overclocking (similar or very slightly worse DFI Lanparty MB) - better than 
asus - no offence ;)

Milan

>
> > That makes me become suspicious. Am i the only one using this Board and
> > if so why? What does everybody else know (about that Board), that keeps
> > them from using it, that i don't? Or is it just my paranoia?
>
> I personalyl only buy Asus boards, and only the higher end models with
> via or nvidia chipsets.
>
> > The only unsolved Issue i came across is its failure to cooperate with
> > acpid. Which, presumably, can be dealt with by compiling a custom Kernel
> > with apm support and using apmd instead of acpid. If one bothers to
> > care.



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