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Epox EP-MF570 SLI processor compatibility


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tsmonk

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Hello All,

I have an Epox EP-MF 570 SLI board and would like to upgrade the processor from the AMD X2 5600+ 2.6ghz to a 6000+ 3ghz. There are two thermal power design options available, the 89w (ADA6000IAA6CZ and 125W (ADX6000IAA6CZ0). Since Epox is defunct I have not been able to determine which one is compatible with my board. I have the original BIOS (6A61HPAF 12/22/2006). Anybody have a clue?

Edited by tsmonk, 12 April 2011 - 01:52 AM.

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I was able to determine that the release date of the 89W version and Epox board were very close so that's what I went with. Works fine.
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phillpower2

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Hi tsmonk
I am sorry that there were no replies to your OP but thank you for providing the update and I am glad
you got it sorted :)
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rolf17

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Hi TSMONK,

My MF-570 just had bios corruption.
EPOX is out of business and the bios on the cd
is safe mode only not the official one you have.
Also that fancy epox bios software does not work
since it has to connect to a company that no longer exists.

Could you please send me your bios and any required files
to flash the bios?

I would really appreciate it as I can not find these files on the internet.



Thanks,
Mike

Edited by rshaffer61, 31 October 2012 - 01:34 PM.
Removed email for security

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phillpower2

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Hello rolf17

See if BIOS-MODS can help http://www.bios-mods.com/
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Hello rolf17-

I tried to attach the BIN file but GTG doesn't allow "uploading this kind of file". I was going to suggest BIOS-MODS as well.
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