The only part of this that you’re likely to notice are the two LED digit displays located on the board’s lower right hand corner. With hd tach getting an burst off I don’t think either board has particular stability issues, I own the EPOX and have never had cause for concern about stability. At what point during the computers boot does it appear? And where can I get it

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Dec 20, Posts: Oct 19, Posts: All is not totally lost as EPoX has seen the light. I would be interested in buying one, how much do they cost and where did you buy yours?

Sat Dec 15, The extra cost would be mainly due to the DAC and motherboard connectors. If not, then I know that that isn’t the problem. Jun 28, Posts: These 2 boards are stable. Still, the errors I get most, 26 and 2b, are reserved, go figure.


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I really don’t want to be stuck with another board as unstable as my KT7As were. The GUI can see the harddrives, list how big they are, and the model numbers.

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Jul 5, Posts: Joined Jan Location Georgia Posts 4. Which is more stable? Obitus Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: The only part of this that you’re likely to notice are the two LED digit displays located on the raidd lower right hand corner.

Dec 16, Posts: Nov 18, Posts: Not sure on the stability though.

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Only bad thing is that fpox it sucks. With hd tach getting an burst off Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. Thats what i’ll be using. They are going to send me another one. Have it in slot 2 but also works in slot 5.


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Marc Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: I tend to be super picky about little things on motherboards, not so much so you’ll decide to buy something else, but rather to drop suggestions to the motherboard engineers.

Epx sent it back to the place I bought it. From what you posted it’s pretty obvious that the card is detected by the OS so I don’t think there’s a problem with it.

That means that I know the card is operating correctly as far as Windows is concerned. I’m mostly interested in stability, but I don’t mind performance, either.