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Old 20th November, 2004, 12:29 PM
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EPoX USDM Version 3.0.1.001 Date: 2004-09-16 [NON BETA]

Support latest EPoX motherboards with the new options: onscreen Temp. and Diagnostic LED Temp.

EPoX TW, Direct Download:

http://www.epox.com.tw/eng/download....F1TVM0d01ERT1D

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Old 21st November, 2004, 06:00 PM
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Yep, i have uploaded that on November 13, 2004, Downloaded: 0 times: Maybe is this handy EPoX Utility, now updated for the latest EPoX motherboard, a little tricky to find there.

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Old 21st November, 2004, 06:27 PM
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Maybe, but if you click on the link above, it will take you right to the file.

You may be right, though. You have to go to the EPoX mobo bios files section to find it, which some might find a little confusing.

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Old 21st November, 2004, 09:25 PM
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What is USDM?
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Old 21st November, 2004, 11:05 PM
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What is USDM?
EPoX USDM (Unified System Diagnostic Manager)
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Old 22nd November, 2004, 07:41 PM
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You may have seen our new integration for this with Easybay product...........
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Old 22nd November, 2004, 09:20 PM
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You may have seen our new integration for this with Easybay product...........
Yes, everybody must have.

EasybayThe Epox Easy Bay allows connectivity to your 4PDA2V or 4PDA2+ motherboard and features I/O ports,
Card reader and Debug P80P panel.

Interfaces and connectors include :
2 x USB 2.0 connectors
2 x IEEE1394a connectors (one large, one mini)
1 x Stereo-out audio jack
1 x Mic-In audio jack
1 x Optical Fibre connector for opt. S/PDIF out
1 x RCA jack for digital S/PDIF
1 x Debug LED display for Epox P80P
1 x Card reader slot for CFI/CFII/Micro-Drive
1 x Card reader slot for SD/MMC/MS/SM

Connectivity :
Support motherboards designed according to Intel Front Panel I/O connectivity for USB. firewire and front panel audio
Debug LED connector support Epox P80P motherboard connector
Compliant with USB2.00 spec. hi.low.full speed
Supports 1394 up to 40Mbps bandwith

Dimensions :
147mm x 75mm x 41mm

ONLY COMPATIBLE FULLY WITH EP-4PDA2V or EP-4PDA2+ - can be used with EP-8KRA2+ or EP-8RDA3+ with lack of P80P functionality.

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Old 22nd November, 2004, 09:24 PM
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Can now be used with any P80P board!
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Old 23rd November, 2004, 12:14 AM
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but... it's... so ugly

anyway, unfortunately I still get a vcore-reading of 1.328 with the new usdm-version
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Can now be used with any P80P board!
How about for 4pca3+?
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How about for 4pca3+?
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EPoX-4PCA3+ Is supported, see for yourself:

http://www.epox.com.tw/eng/support.php?ps=271&type=6

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EPoX-4PCA3+ Is supported, see for yourself:

http://www.epox.com.tw/eng/support.php?ps=271&type=6

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This isn't showing the right system temp for my aging 8RDA+

It's a shame because I really like the new floating temperature that is always displayed on desktop.

It has my voltages, fan's, cpu all right, but my motherboard temp on it reads 140 C
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This isn't showing the right system temp for my aging 8RDA+

It's a shame because I really like the new floating temperature that is always displayed on desktop.

It has my voltages, fan's, cpu all right, but my motherboard temp on it reads 140 C
I 'm not sure but you can try to edit the USDM file TYPE5.INI or TYPE6.INI, search for [TEMPx] and set the ENABLED=0 to 1 , when this is the right TYPEx.INI for you board, USDM showed 3 x Temps now, hopefully the Enabled one is your missing CPU Temp.

Btw, USDM.INI file contain all the possible nVIDIA 'TYPEx.INI': x = 5 / 6 / 12 / 24 / 23 / 7 (in that order)


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I 'm not sure but you can try to edit the USDM file TYPE5.INI or TYPE6.INI, search for [TEMPx] and set the ENABLED=0 to 1 , when this is the right TYPEx.INI for you board, USDM showed 3 x Temps now, hopefully the Enabled one is your missing CPU Temp.

Btw, USDM.INI file contain all the possible nVIDIA 'TYPEx.INI': x = 5 / 6 / 12 / 24 / 23 / 7 (in that order)


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Thanks, but don't think you understood my post. It is reading my CPU temp correctly. It is also displaying my system/motherboard temperature, but it's wrong.
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I tried installing it on an italian windows xp and I noticed this bug:

by default it try to install in the c:\program files folder, but I don't have a folder with this name, my folder is named c:\programmi.

The real problem is that when I try to change the folder I get an error ("File not found").

Also if I continue the installation I get errors ("can't copy file") and I cannot exit from the installer, so I have to terminate it from the task manager.

The unique way to install usdm is to create by hand the dir c:\program files.

At this point the installer find the dir and I can changeto mi programs directory.

After that I can cancel the program files (still empty) folder
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Thanks, but don't think you understood my post. It is reading my CPU temp correctly. It is also displaying my system/motherboard temperature, but it's wrong.
Sorry, i write '... missing CPU Temp' by misteak, must be '... missing System Temp'.
You can try it anyway and disabling the wrong System Temp.
Btw, have this board a system temp sensor? or maybe a other I/O chip than the Winbond I/O W83627HF?

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