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AHD1SK
Foxconn AHD1S-K

Mini-ITX; Features: Heatpipes, Integrated processor, Integrated graphics chip

Unfortunately for the Foxconn AHD1S-K, reviewers at Tom's Hardware felt that it was a bit miserly when it came to features, noting that it's a product which has taken simplicity to the …

4 reviews

 

H-67-S
Foxconn H67S

LGA1155; Mini-ITX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

For anyone wanting to fit a Sandy Bridge chip into a mini-ITX build, without aiming for bankruptcy, the Foxconn H67S makes a fantastic choice. There are some restrictions in the design caused by the …

5 reviews

 

Foxconn Quantumian 1
Foxconn Quantumian 1

Socket LGA2011; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Quad-SLI Support

The high price tag of the Quantumian 1 means that it should deliver exceptional performance on all fronts to make it worth the outlay, but according to Micro Mart, it's simply not the case. The

1 review

 

More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1193 (26 January-1 February 2012) Group Test: Intel X79 Motherboards Now that X79's here, Sandy Bridge-E motherboards are starting to show up on the market. Six of the best are compared to see which one is more worthy of your cash. In test: Six X79 motherboards were reviewed and rated on quality and value. Final scores between 5 and 9 points were awarded. … to review

 
A 75 M
Foxconn A75M

Socket FM1; Micro-ATX

The Foxconn A75M is certainly worth considering for a low cost Llano PC motherboard. It may be limited on features, but when paired with an AMD A8-3870K processor it managed a reasonable overall

2 reviews

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2012 Foxconn A75M Looking to build a Llano desktop system on a budget? As FM1 motherboards go, they don't come any cheaper than Foxconn's A75M. … to review

H61MS
Foxconn H61M-S

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

Foxconn have made a big effort with the H61M-S, as they've extended the usual range of features of the Intel H61 chipset. There's an Etron USB 3.0, ASMedia SATA 3.0 controller chips and …

1 review

 

H67MPV
Foxconn H67MP-V

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

Expert Reviews thought Foxconn's H67MP-V offers a fair range of ports and features for its price, which is actually one of the lowest of any motherboard they've seen. In their tests though, …

1 review

 

H-55-MX-S
Foxconn H55MX-S

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX

The Foxconn H55MX-S has some useful connections and Expert Reviews were impressed with its great performance in their tests, but they just couldn't figure out why Foxconn had chosen such a

1 review

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 4/2011 Foxconn H55MX-S The H55MX-S is one of Foxconn’s cheapest LGA1156 motherboards. It has a better range of back panel ports than many similarly priced motherboards, but we were immediately sceptical about its layout. It has just two memory slots, so can only take a maximum of 8GB RAM. There’s also no BIOS support for memory speeds above 1,333MHz and Foxconn’s supplied ONE overclocking software only provides a limited range of automated options. Support for CPU overclocking is also virtually non-existent. … to review

H-61-MX
Foxconn H61MX

LGA1155; Micro-ATX

The Foxconn H61MX is a straightfoward motherboard that represents a great way for people to get a Sandy Bridge processor for a budget price, but TechRadar felt that it is so stripped back in terms of …

1 review

 

P 67 A S
Foxconn P67A-S

LGA1155; ATX; Features: Start-Reset Button, Diagnostic Display

TechRadar was generally pleased with this motherboard's performance, saying that it could make the basis of a rather powerful PC for a budget, since it offers the power of Sandy Bridge without …

1 review

 

Flaming Blade GTI
Foxconn Flaming Blade

Socket 1366; ATX

TechRadar think that the Foxconn FlamingBlade GTI motherboard is a good choice for those seeking a X58 board and watching the pennies, but only with a couple of caveats. It doesn't really have

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 5/2009 Foxconn Flaming Blade Coming down in price from the Foxconn Blood Rage GTi, the Flaming Blade's main difference is it only supports dual graphics cards. Other smaller differences include Realtek ALC888 on-board audio chip. Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features and layout, performance, and value. … to review

 
H-55-A
Foxconn H55A

Socket 1156; ATX

In spite of its budget price and full ATX size, Expert Reviews didn't think that the Foxconn H55A was very good value, since its performance is well below that of most of its competitors. It is …

1 review

 

Foxconn A9DA-S
Foxconn A9DA-S

Socket AM3; ATX

"... I liked almost everything to do with this board, until I realised that it didn't have USB 3.0. ... For a system builder who wants to have a stable platform, possibly with a discrete

1 review

 

More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1138 (23 December 2010-5 January 2011) This week... Low-cost 890 Motherboards Those who fancy using one of AMD's latest processors will most likely want the latest motherboard technology to go with it. All these boards use the AMD 890 Chipset, and can take any of the AM3 class processors available. So which of these deserve to be adorned with a hex-cored CPU, and which a Sempron? In test: Six low-cost AMD 890 motherboards were tested and rated on quality and value. … to review

Foxconn G43MX
Foxconn G43MX

Socket 775; Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

Six SATA ports is a pretty generous amount for a microATX motherboard, and in total, Foxconn G43MX's can support up to 10 USB devices, but there's no IDE port, and Expert Reviews think that …

1 review

 

Foxconn A7DA-S 3.0
Foxconn A7DA-S 3.0

Socket AM3; ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

"... There are plenty of expansion ports and slots. There's a pair of PCI slots and another pair of PCI Express x1 slots for adding devices such as sound cards and wireless networking

1 review

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2010 Foxconn A7DA-S 3.0 socket AM3 motherboard Foxconn's A7DA-S 3.0 has a distinctive yellow and black colour scheme, which may be appealing if you want to fit it inside a case with a side window. There's support for up to 8GB of DDR3 memory. This is half as much as other DDR3 AM3 motherboards we've seen, but should be more than enough for any task - even editing AVCHD video. … to review

Foxconn Cinema Premium
Foxconn Cinema Premium

Socket AM2+, Socket AM2; Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

As the name suggests, the Foxconn Cinema Premium is an AM2+/DDR2 board that's aimed at home cinema enthusiasts, though it lacks the Realtek ALC889 codec expected on an audio focused board. As an …

1 review

 

 
Foxconn Bloodrage
Foxconn Bloodrage

Socket 1366; ATX

"At the end of the day, this is the best Foxconn motherboard we've ever seen. Period. Finally, Foxconn has a competitive product - the Blood Rage is an over-engineered and power hungry …

1 review

 

Foxconn P45AL
Foxconn P45AL

Socket 775; ATX

According to PCFormat, the Foxconn P45AL is pretty much on an even keel with the DDR3-powered X48, so it's a solid choice if you want to build an affordable DDR2 Core 2 system with some kick

1 review

 

More information at: PCFormat, 5/2009 Changing Lanes A new breed of motherboard is here. So should we be jumping over to DDR3 and Core i7, or sticking with the tried and trusted? In test: Six motherboards were reviewed and rated. Final verdicts of between 74 and 84 points out of 100 were awarded. … to review

Foxconn A78AX-K
Foxconn A78AX-K

Socket AM2; ATX

The test team at PC Format concluded that the Foxconn A78AX-K will do the job if you want to build a gaming PC on a budget. Its AM2+ socket is certainly a big part of its appeal, as well as its fair …

1 review

 

Foxconn Renaissance (X58)
Foxconn Renaissance (X58)

Socket S1366; ATX

"... At around £220 there is very little reason to buy the Renaissance when the fantastic Asus P6T Deluxe retails for about the same price. The vanilla P6T costs less, as does the Rampage II

1 review

 

More information at: Bit Tech, 4/2009 Foxconn Renaissance Increasingly over the years motherboard manufacturers have been swerving away from catchy and interesting products names such as M3ZU94-TX-FTW-111oenoen and instead using cool words such as Rampage, BloodRage and Commando for their wares. Today we have one such a board from Foxconn, the Renaissance. Although the Renaissance II is not far off - because it's essentially a stripped down version this Renaissance - we decided to look at the fuller fat version instead. Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features, performance and value. … to review

Mars P35 Intel
Foxconn Mars

Socket 775; ATX

"As things stand, the Foxconn Mars is merely a decent P35 motherboard with dual graphics slots. As such the estimated price tag is slightly too high for comfort. ..."

1 review

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

Foxconn Blood Rage GTi TrustedReviews 5/2009 - Foxconn's Blood Rage GTi motherboard is the slightly reduced spec version of the Blood Rage built for the Core i7 with four PCI Express graphics slots. Lack of FireWire, SAS controller chip and simpler cooling separate the two, but while initially looking compelling there are many issues that emerge. Review details: Single Test. One motherboard was reviewed and rated on features and layout, performance and value.

Foxconn WinFast MCP61SM2MA Computer Shopper 6/2007 - If you want to build a budget PC, Foxconn's WinFast MCP61SM2MA is as cheap as you'll get. This Socket AM2 board supports the full range of AMD's new processors including the high-end FX-62. It also has four memory slots that will accept DDR2 memory up to 800MHz.

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