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tripwire said:not always... alot of board manufactuerers release bios updates that cause more problems than they fix. I was just wondering... I dont really feel like dealing with an unstable bios right now... if thats the case.
bldegle2 said:2912 beta
either one will work on an 8k3a or the + model.
both are the same, the difference being the highpoint driver model number.
better FSB clocks, ram timing slowed a bit.
actully, if you spend enough time with these Epox boards, you will begin to understand that by slightly slowing down the memory performance actually SPEEDS up the OVERALL system response.
it has to do with the marraige between chipset and ram, it just communicates better slightly slowed down.
people will argue this with me, but i have lived with these motherboards since they were issued, and it hold true for all the VIA chipset issues by Epox and probably all the other manu's with the same chipset, slower is faster and smoother.
9x206 and lovin it.