I too am using an Epox KP6-BS motherboard. It has been rock solid as a
workstation, and I have not found anything wrong with it. I think
www.bxboards.com has a favorable review of it.
ps. I'm using this motherboard with dual Celeron 366s overclocked to 550
and slot 1 converter boards. This system was purchased from
outsideloop.com, and was the best bang for the buck that I could find.
On 03-Nov-99 Bruce Albrecht wrote:
I'm looking for a good SMP motherboard for $150 or less. Any
recommendations? If I want also onboard SCSI, what's a good, cheap MB
Well the cheapest SMP mobo I have seen is made by Epox and they seem to work
pretty well.. They have onboard SCSI, but that increases the prices by a factor
of about 3.5.
Personally I would get the Epox board then an Advansys SCSI controller.. Its
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
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