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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

1. Introduction

EQS is one of the biggest OEM motherboard manufacturers in Hong Kong. With a wide range of solutions for each socket type and excellent user support, EQS Computers appears to have a very bright and promising future ahead of it.

EQS was among the first to support ATi's solutions for motherboard chipsets. In the A44P8-MLF model we tested a while ago, EQS used the ATi 9100IGP and IXP300 chipsets.

With the introduction of ATi's latest chipsets, the Xpress 200G/P and IXP400, EQS is now releasing a new series of PCI-Express motherboards for the 939 socket AMD processors. One of these products is the M56K9-MLF that we'll be reviewing here.



The M56K9 ships in a standard EQS package, with 2 stickers on it indicating the motherboard model and the software bundled inside.

Here's a full list of the accessories and software you'll find inside the package:

1 x Serial ATA cable
1 x Video Out extension for the IGP
2 x USB 2.0 extensions
1 x COM Port module
2 x IDE ATA100/133 cables
1 x IDE ATA66 cable
1 x Motherboard Manual
1 x I/O Metal plate

Software included:
Trend Micro Internet Security

Unfortunately the accessories included in the package might not completely cover everyone's needs. There's only one Serial ATA cable and not even one SATA power connector.

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