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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

19. FOXCONN

Foxconn is a worldwide provider of motherboards, enclosures, coolers, barebone systems, etc. The company had a rather large booth at this year's CeBIT.

A whole new PC case series was presented at Foxconn's booth.

Foxconn has already built new platforms for the new AM2 processor from AMD. The models are the MCP55PM2AA-8EKRS2 based on NVidia's MCP55P chipset, the RS485M2MA-8EKRS2 based on the ATI RS485 + SB460 chipset and the 6100M2MA-8EKRS2 with the NVidia GeForce 6100 + nForce 410 chipsets. All come with DDR2 667 support and PCIe 16X slot. In the case of the MCP55PM2AA-8EKRS2, there are two PCIe X16 for SLI use.

The following board is based on the VIA K8M890 + 8237A chipset and is intended for the new AM2. Its codename is K8M890M2MA-8EKRS2.

Foxconn also offers an Intel 775 socket board based on the latest 975X chipset with codename 975XAA-8EKRS2.

Foxconn offers for its boards, its own monitoring and overclocking utility for Windows. The FOXONE will help you improve the performance of your 975XAA-8EKRS2 board from Windows, while keeping you informed about the condition of your system.

The NF4SXE7AA-8EKRS2 is based on NVidia's NF4 SLI XE with 2x PCIe x16.

In the case of graphics cards, Foxconn presented some extreme solutions in its booth. The Quadra SLI was one of them. Unfortunately, NVIDIA would not disclose any information about this technology.

Foxconn also makes cooling systems for both AMD and Intel platforms.

As you may notice in the photo below, the coolers are the stock ones that Intel uses for its retail packages. Foxconn provides Intel with these coolers.

 

 

 

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