Epox

Epox was a motherboard manufacturer for the IBM PC and its compatibles during the DOS era, founded in 1995 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

P2-112A

Year: 1997 ?
Type: Socket 7
Form Factor: ATX
Chipset:
Slots:
Memory:

 

MVP3G-M

Year: 1999
Type: Super Socket 7
Form Factor: ATX
Chipset: VIA MVP3
Slots: 2 ISA (16-bit), 1 AGP, 5 PCI (1 full length)
Memory:

This board was a real hit amongst Super 7 users, partly due to the 5/2/1 expansion slot configuration.

MVP3G2

Year: 1999
Type: Super Socket 7
Form Factor: ATX
Chipset: VIA MVP3
Slots: 2 ISA (16-bit), 1 AGP, 5 PCI (1 full length)
Memory: 3 168-pin DIMM slots.
BIOS: Award v4.51PG

Epox' MVP3G2 succeeds the slightly earlier MVP3G-M. It has 1 MB of L2 cache onboard, although 512 KB and 2 MB options are also available. Only one of the PCI slots can support a full-length card, as the other four are blocked by the front panel connector or the poorly placed floppy connector. The ISA slots can both accept full-length cards.

The FSB speed range is from 66 MHz up to 133 MHz. CPU voltage selections range from 1.8V up to 3.2V in 0.1V increments. CPU multiplier selections range from 1.5x up to 5.5x.

Supports AMD K6-2+ and K6-III+ CPUs from BIOS version VP3C0C21 and newer.

 

EP-MVP3G5

Year: 1999
Type: Super Socket 7
Form Factor: ATX
Chipset: VIA MVP3
Slots: 2 ISA (16-bit), 1 AGP, 5 PCI
Memory: 3 168-pin DIMM slots.
BIOS: Award v4.51PG