New motherboards from Epox

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Cameron Wilmot
Published Fri, Oct 4 2002 11:44 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
More new product information for you all, this time it comes curtsey of Victoria from Epox in busy Taipei. Like in the previous post, Epox have announced four new motherboards based on VIA's KT400 and Intel's 845PE and 845GE chipset, which are set for release just around the corner.

For the advance feature of the performance support, EPoX release the EP-4PEA+ and EP-4GEA+ to meet the needs of the high end market for the Intel Pentium 4 field. Base on the traditional feature of EPoX board, we also create a lot of good function on EP-4PEA+ and EP-4GEA+ like power user oriented BIOS for ov erclocking feature ---CPU Vcore, DDR SDRAM voltage and AGP voltage adjusted , CPU clock and AGP clock adjustable and so on. Except of the feature that we mentioned earlier, This time we also introduce the newest feature to eye-catch the user's eye, "Magic Light". This is truly the most fantastic feature that built in EP-4GEA+ and EP-4PEA+. It was made by two Blue light LED by the cooling FAN and mounted on the ironic heatsink. Especially when you make your chassis transparent, the Magic Light will light on all the space with the cool blue color. Also include the lighting LED Debug traditional function "Post Port" , make EPoX as the most lightful board in the rest of this year.
More information and pictures in our New Products Forum

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