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Sunday, November 05, 2006
Foxconn K8M890M2MA-RS2H

4. Installation

By using Everest Ultimate Edition 2006, we were able to get more information about the motherboard itself,

And the chipsets:

Foxconn LiveUpdate is a very useful software that can automatically look for new BIOS, drivers and utilities versions. Our motherboard, was armed with the latest:

Finally, let's see the default running specs with CPU-Z:

Memory was set to Auto and worked at 400MHz:

A newer driver set was used for all tests, Via HyperionPro v5.10A




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