I’d like the same thing Techdork. These 2 boards are stable. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Joined Apr Posts Sep 8, Posts: And the drivers work great in Windows. Not a big deal, however it’s not very comforting.
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You should see a line instructing you to do this. Jun 28, Posts: Mar 13, Posts: And you can disable it in the bios to install your own soundcard too.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Any help from you guys that got it to work would be VERY helpful.
Sep 8, Posts: But it also has 6 PCI slots, which you will need because the mobo is barebones. Those are the ones that I narrowed it down to. What a sweet deal!
The time now is At stock speed, with crucial ram, and no tweaks it is just slightly unstable, occasional lock-ups, and occasional hangs for a second then carries on.
There is no support for it so user beware! May 21, Posts: Not a big deal, however it’s not very comforting.
I know, I know, it has onboard sound. And the drivers work great in 8khq. I’ll see how it goes and get back with ya.
I would not advise this – although the reviews that lead me to buy it all touted its stablilty, there are a few people with issues with it – me being 1. Wed Jul 11, 1: Every time I removed my video card, I found my finger would hit it. You mean it’s all bios settable?
I sent it back to the place I bought it. I’ve looked on pricewatch, but unless you have the time and exact search criteria, it can take forever sifting through all that stuff. Dec 16, Posts: The only part of epo that you’re likely to notice are the two LED digit displays located on the board’s lower right hand corner.
I’ve tried 3 different PCI slots as well.
I will definitely be using onboard audio faid the time being, and the Soyo board is better in that regard from what I can see. Epox believe their system is a bit easier to read because an alpha-numeric code is given to users, rather than a series of red and green LED’s.
I’d like the same thing Techdork. It wouldn’t be that much cheaper, the sound is integrated in the southbridge.
Save us some research rair here. Then when I had XP installed it gave me the classic yellow exclamation point. The GUI can see the harddrives, list how big they are, and the model numbers. Sep 8, Posts: