VIA's EPIA-EX motherboard uses the Award Modular BIOS we are all familiar with. It is a straight forward BIOS that looks just like any other, you may think you have overclocking options due to the Frequency/Voltage Menu but you are sadly mistaken - under it are three options for spread spectrum and PCI clock Auto Detect.
The only other option under here is for DRAM control and there are no voltages or overclocking options available, this motherboard is NOT designed for the hardcore overclocker, if you brought it for this reason you are going to be sadly disappointed.
Our sample from VIA was the EPIA EX with the 1.5GHz Esther based C7 CPU with 128K L1 and 128K L2 cache.
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