EPOX have introduced two new motherboards into their LGA775 Pentium4 lineup today, both based on older and well respected chipsets. These boards go by the model names EP-5PDAJ (left image) and EP-5PLAI (right image). Each one differs in that the 5PDAJ makes use of the trusted and decent performing 865PE chipset, with the 5PLAI using it's sister chipset, the 848P. All the usual array of features you'd expect from a mainstream motherboard of today are apparant, and it looks like either of these could be a solid cost friendly means to move into LGA775 territory with your existing AGP graphics card etc. - Further details in EPOX's official PR folks.
[December 30, 2004, Taipei]-EPoX, the worldwide leader in motherboards, today announced the availability of their EP-5PDAJ and EP-5PLAI motherboards, offering a complete range of features dedicated to satisfying all computing needs. These two motherboards are optimized to support the Intel LGA775 Pentium 4 platform with higher FSB's, 64-bit Technology, greater bandwidth and better cooling solutions.
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