HEXUS.review - EPoX EP-9NPA+ SLI Motherboard

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    Silverstrand

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    Just to make the process of choosing an SLI motherboard harder, here's another strong contender to consider!
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    EPoX, with its EP-9NPA+ SLI, has taken onboard the chipset's attributes and added in discrete SATA (PCI-Express, which is nice) and FireWire400. What's also appealing is the voltage manipulation available in BIOS. Enthusiasts will be happy to see 3v+ DDR and up to 1.85v available for the CPU. The chipset, BIOS, and features implementation combine to make the 9NPA+ SLI a reasonably attractive proposition. Priced at around £105, the 9NPA+ SLI matches other manufacturers' similarly priced efforts in both features and performance, making it worthy of consideration if you want a fast, stable board that should overclock to 300MHz HTT and beyond.
    Link: http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews/review.php?dXJsX3Jldmlld19JRD0xMzEw
     
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    not bad :D i like it... missing a few things :D but over all seems like a good board :D
     
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    Yeah, I like those Epox mobos, they are pretty good overclockers as well. Actually, I currently own an Epox 8RDA3+ mobo.
    But, still, i think that no mobo compares to the DFI Lanparty NF-4 Series.
     
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    oh you would be surpirsed, one sompany will win!, Diffenly not ASUS!
     
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