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Monday, 28 May 2007 11:32

EPoX is inTrouble

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Rumour mill grinds

 

The rumour mill claims that the motherboard maker EpoX is in trouble and might be on the verge of collapse. We already wrote about it here.

EPoX has not made many headlines since the nForce2-based 8RDA+ and 8RDA3+ and now makes motherboards based on Intel's P965 and Nvidia's nForce 500-series chipsets.

The company has not updated its global website in over two months and staff have not been paid for as long. A large number of its employees have also left in floods.

In March 2006, the firm's offices in Taiwan were raided as part of an investigation into embezzlement charges. Company chairman Steve Hsiao was alleged to have embezzled the equivalent of no less than $26.2 million between 2001 and 2003.

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