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EPoX 4G4A+ i845G Motherboard Review

By: Cameron Johnson | Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: May 24, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 10.%Manufacturer: EPoX



EPoX of late have had success after success. A little over three years ago, EPoX was a name unheard of, but today they are one of the biggest overclockers on the market. The 4G4A+ certainly does not tarnish this reputation.


The 4G4A+ in the stability section was unwavering. Even when running aggressive memory timings there were no hiccups at all. Overclocking stability is another of its great attributes. Able to support up to 170MHz FSB on our P4 2.4GHz 533FSB CPU shows that this board can push the limits, and the added settings in BIOS to control your overclocking are well above the average.


Feature-wise the 4G4A+ has just about everything you will want, 6 USB 2.0 ports standard due to ICH4, no need for external controllers makes this board cheaper. ATA-133 RAID controller that supports IDE UDMA made allows maximum compatibility and upgradeability in the future. In all, the board is well ahead of the pack. While the AC'97 Audio is still present, this does support 6ch audio and is reasonable quality thanks to the Realtek chip and Advance drivers. This chip is really the only AC'97 chip that provides fair quality.


- Pros




Ultra Overclockable


USB 2.0 Standard




- Cons


Could do with Firewire, but that's not essential.


Rating - 10/10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award



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