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Mr. Fix-it 30th December, 2001 08:27 AM

Any new's on release of the 8KHA2 yet?

EPoX Tech 30th December, 2001 02:01 PM

Soon ............ but remember, the best things come to those who wait.

odlopez 7th January, 2002 09:03 PM

2 EPoX Tech
would you please give us more information about release dates and features of 8kha2 and especially 8kha3?

thanks in advance.

Betty 7th January, 2002 10:32 PM

Mr. Fix-it and odlopez, please realize that EPoX Tech is here on his own time and his employer expects him to keep certain information confidential.
Do not take offense if you do not find what you are looking for when enquiring on unreleased products.

GoldenTiger 8th January, 2002 12:24 AM

Repost of someone's post of quotes:
I'm waiting for this board also. Epox mentioned it in another thread. I will search for this thread presently. BRB.

Quote from Epox Tech:
"The board itself only has ATA 100 capability, with the RAID controller having the ATA133 capability.

It will not resemble at all the 8KHA+ mainboard as it is a different PCB design entirely having 4 DDR DIMM slots also.

It will be an overclocking aided mainboard as you have come to expect since the days of 3VCA and even earlier."

and dug it up!:
"A good pointer would be - 8KHA+ has everything in BIOS, but doesn't have extreme VccCore alteration without modification. It does however have extreme VDimm voltage.

8K7A+ on the other hand has increased VccCore manipulation and of course does have RAID but doesn't have so much VDimm adjustment.

8KHA2 that will be out in January will offer the best of both worlds in a quad phase power solution which will introduce AGP voltage alteration to us to assist with video card overclocking also (remember 8KTA3 series)."

and some more quotes:
"1. There won't be any 64bit/66MHz PCI slots as KT266 cannot support them.

2. There will be no 1/5 PCI divider as KT266 cannot support it

3. It will have the HPT372 RAID controller

4. There will be 4 dimm slots

5. VccCore, VAGP and VDimm range TBC, but with overclockers in mind

6. 6 PCI Slots"

Did I miss anything? :D

DazzleW 8th January, 2002 12:57 AM

Looks like it will be a complete "ShowStopper" - 2002 looks like it will be another good year for overclocking..


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