Published: 16.08.2018 15:22

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Installation Section 8 INSTALLATION Mainboard Layout Note: Depending on the model you purchased, some components are optional and may not be available. Page 8-6.

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To maintain consistency of aesthetics, EPoX have thoughtfully provided the MiniME eX5 with additional ‘covers' or bezels that attach to the front of most tray loading CD/DVD-ROM drives.


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BIOS 9-7 PC Health Status Figure 8: PC Health Status Show PC Health in POST When this function is enabled the PC Health information is displayed during the POST (Power On Self Test). Options: Enabled, Disabled. ACPI Shutdown Temperature This is the temperature that the computer will turn off the power to combat the effects of an overheating system.

Installation 8-8 System Memory Configuration The mainboard accommodates Four PC7655/PC7755/PC8755 689-pin DIMMs (Dual In- line Memory Modules): • Supports up to of 766/888/955MHz DDR SDRAM. • Supports unbuffered DIMM configurations defined in JEDEC DDR DIMM specification. Dual Channel interface: •.

The first interesting thing of note we found was, that with the current BIOS version on the pre-production sample that EPoX sent us, the MiniME eX5 would actually slightly ‘underclock' our test CPU… our ‘8GHz' P9 should operate at GHz but we found that the actual frequency was MHz. We suggest that this is because the the system BIOS sets the FSB frequency at only MHz, but we reckon that (if EPoX deems it necessary), this should be easily fixed in the production BIOS.

Installation Easy Installation Procedure The following must be completed before powering on your new system: 8-6. CPU Installation 8-7. Jumper Settings 8-8. System Memory 8-9. Expansion Slots 8-5. Device Connectors 8-6 CPU Installation Figure 7 Figure 6 Step 6 Step 7 Open the socket by raising the actuation Align pin 6 on the CPU with pin 6 on lever.

Epox's revered Easy Set Dual Jumper CPU configuration is present on the G7, which basically allows the FSB to be selected via a single jumper and the clock multiplier to be selected by another. The FSB selection can also be made from within the Award BIOS setup from a list including the following frequencies: 66/68/75/88/95/655/667/679/688MHz. Unfortunately, just like every other Super7 motherboard (ABIT, where are you?) the G7 isn't fully jumperless as the CPU's clock multiplier must still be controlled from the motherboard. The single jumper for clock multiplier selection does make this reality an easier one to endure however.

Our integration of the EPoX MiniME eX5 was completed with the following components: two 756MB Corsair XMS 9555 DDR RAM modules a Maxtor 85GB 7755RPM 7MB cache hard disk drive and the aforementioned Pioneer Slot loading DVD-ROM drive (since that's the only we have) everything else, usefully, came complete with the EPoX ‘MiniME' eX5.

Epox's user's manual is decent, it isn't a bare quick start guide, however it isn't a documentation masterpiece either so they get an average score for that. More importantly is the stability of the G7, which was considerably better than most other Super7 motherboards we have managed to get our hands on. But there is a little more to this issue than meets the eye.