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Old 29th September, 2007, 06:33 PM
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Epox ep-AD580XR-woes

okay this board is going rma , lasy question is geil ram copatible with epox boards.. cause i have had a time with is thinf ... ep-ad580xr..i have triwed it all although gizo did help with the pci slots.. now this thing from the underwolrd(board or ram).. loses video... wont post bios.. and all things are brand ne.. new msi 2600xt video card 512.... new amd 6000+ cpu.... that going back makes alot of noise on the boot up... new geil pc2 6400 ram.. 2x1gb...new 0cz Xgamer psu 700watts...... i really like this board althoughj i now that they ( epox is gone) basics sometimes it boots ..and when it dose ... it may keep booting until it freezes... they the hell begins again no bios, no video..not the video card went out and got a new video card ..from...my buddy..still dose the same thin it in the box now.. i cant bear to see it... the box says vista priemum ready.. the manual says it can support 6000+ but i think that ..somthing is misssing maybe ...in any case is geil ram compatible?...
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Old 29th September, 2007, 06:49 PM
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I'm using Giel memory on my Epox 9NDA3. The memory controller is on the CPU, anyhow.
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Old 29th September, 2007, 06:58 PM
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okay so i guess that a bad cpu then its also going back
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Old 13th October, 2007, 05:15 AM
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Naw you just need to increase the ram voltage a little. Also do not overclock this board till you give it a week or so of burn time, then it will stable out and you can start your o/c proscess! There are alot of reasons you may be having trouble other than bad cpu or bad board or bad ram!!!!!! Epox made very few boards in their later years that were what I would call unstable or bad product most were good products and it saddens me to think that ASUS or even MSI or ABITand ECS are my only choices of motherboards now!!
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