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EPoX Canterwood 875P, the EP-4PCA3+ - PCstats.com EPoX Canterwood 875P, the EP-4PCA3+
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EPoX Canterwood 875P product: EP-4PCA3+

EPoX offers the highest level of performance for the desktop through EP-4PCA3+ mainboard, based on Intel’s new generation 875P chipset

[TAIPEI, April 14, 2003] With the advent of 800MHz FSB processors with Hyper-Threading™ looming ever closer, EPoX recognises the needs of its users and addresses this with EP-4PCA3+ mainboard utilising the latest Intel 875P and ICH5-R chipset.

This long awaited Intel 875P chipset, known throughout the industry as “Canterwood”, offers some unique high-end features for the extremely demanding users. Supporting the fastest 800MHz FSB operation, it offers the unique Performance Acceleration Technology™ (PAT) to fully maximise access to dual channel of DDR400 memory. This gives the user an added performance boost and at the same time stability with the built-in ECC (Error Checking and Correction) capability. Those extra performance benefits make 875P the leader of the pack.

Tapping this unique turbo model, EPoX designed the 4PCA3+ offering with various advanced features including Gigabit Ethernet (GbE), Serial-ATA (S-ATA) RAID, the new RAID-5 function on P-ATA, and built-in 6CH AC'97 Audio. In addition, it features one AGP 8X slot, five PCI expansion slots, and eight USB 2.0 interface. This full bandwidth turbo platform has a feature set so complete it can only be a genuine EPoX.

Following the EPoX tradition, this model delivers superior performance, high degree of stability, and strong overclockability. It supports various EPoX in-house value added features, including Post-Port (an onboard LED-display troubleshooting device), Power BIOS (supporting various overclocking settings via BIOS), Magic Screen (a boot-up screen personalisation utility), Magic Flash (an automatic BIOS update utility), and Magic Health (monitoring the system hardware status).

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