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EPoX 4SDA+ SiS645 Motherboard

| Motherboards News | Posted: Jul 28, 2002 7:03 am

Overclockers Online has taken a closer look at the EPoX 4SDA+ Pentium4 motherboard to find out how good it is at overclocking.

The most important menu in the BIOS is probably the Frequency/Voltage Control. The settings in this menu allow you to overclock the CPU and the memory to their limits. The CPU voltage can be adjusted from 1.400V to 1.850V in 0.025V increments. 1.85V may not look much to an AMD overclocker, but let me tell you that a P4 Northwood @ 1.85V needs some form of extreme cooling to be able to dissipate the heat and stay cool enough to run stable! The 1.85V core voltage should be more than enough to get the most out of our P4 1.6A CPU.
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