Based on NVIDIA's new "nForce 570 SLI" chipset for the AMD Socket AM2 platform, EPoX have just issued out an announcement supporting the release of their EP-MF570 SLI motherboard.
[May 23, 2006, Taipei]AMD has finally unveiled its new platform, socket AM2, which is a 940-pin socket and has full support for DDR2 memory, bringing the speed of AMD platform to the next level. EPoX now launches its socket AM2 based mainboard, EP-MF570 SLI., using nVidia's top of the range chipset, the nForce 570 SLI.
EP-MF570 SLI features support for DDR2 800 memory with a bandwidth of upto 6.4GB/s and a maximum 16GB memory capacity. For SLI mode, the driver can automatically detect for the cards present and there is no old school paddle card or jumpers that need to be changed. With one VGA card the setting will be x16 and x8, the left x8 slot can be used for other PCI-E cards or RAID devices.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:02 pm CDT
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