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Epox MVP3G2 Super7 Motherboard Review
Last updated: 5/31/2000

WOULD I USE THIS BOARD IN A FILE SERVER?  Certianly.  In my experience, AMD K6 processors and Epox Super7 motherboards make very reliable Windows NT workgroup and small business file servers.

BOTTOM LINE.  In my considered opinion, it is the EpoX MVP3G2 is the best Super7 motherboard on the market.  

 

Larry

Test Computer: AMD 500 Mhz K6-2 processor, Epox MVP3G2 motherboard, 1 MB cache', 64 MB, 8 ns PC100 memory, Western Digital 64AA, 6.4 GB, 9.5 ms, 5,400 RPM ATA/66 hard disk, Windows 98 OEM with FAT32 file system (defragged), AOpen CD-952E/AKU 52X CD-ROM, Diamond Viper V770 Adapter with 32 MB.

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