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Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Foxconn A75A review

1. Features, specs

The Foxconn A75A motherboard has been designed to bring vitality to the mainstream PC market. The A75A supports AMD's FM1 socket CPUs and offers enhanced connectivity and entertainment capability.

Starting from the CPU, the A75A supports AMD's Llano APU processors for desktops - the A4/A6/A8 series of APUs. These are are equipped with AMD's new Turbo CORE technology 2.0, which increases APU performance by dynamically adjusting processor speeds for the best application performance within thermal and power limits.

The motherboard is based on the AMD Hudson D3 chipset with a DirectX 11 graphics engine and AMD UVD 3.0 technology. UVD supports Blu-ray content, whilst offloading power and processor-intensive video decoding from the CPU to the graphics core. In addition, Dual Graphics Technology can simultaneously utilize the power of the APU graphics engine and the discrete GPU graphics processor to deliver increased performance.

The Foxconn A75M motherboard also ships with HDMI 1.4, which can support 3D video playback, as well as with a full range of video output options, such as HDMI/DVI/D-Sub and other optical audio output.

Smart charger is another creation provided by Foxconn engineers. The most attractive feature of it is its quick charging. With the Fox iPad Charger, you can charge not only for iPad, but also iPod or Phone freely just by connecting it to the USB port.

- Full Specifications

Processor: AMD FM1 socket CPU , Quad-Core CPU; Up to 4 "Husky" CPU Cores
Chipset: AMD Hudson D3 co-lay D2 Chipset (default D3)
Front Side Bus:
Memory: Dual channel DDR3 1866/1600/1333 x 4 DIMMs, Max. 64GB
VGA on Die:
Expansion Slots: 1* PCIe x16, 2* PCIe x1,3* PCI
Audio: Supports 7.1 channel audio co-lay 5.1 channel
LAN: Supports Gbe Lan
IEEE1394: N/A
Back Panel I/O Ports: 1x PS/2 keyboard port 
1x VGA port 
1x DVI port 
1x audio jack supports 3 jacks co-lay 6 jacks( default 6 jacks) 
1x S/PDIF out port(optical) 
6x USB 2.0 ports 
2x USB 3.0 ports 
1x RJ45 Lan port
Internal I/O Connectors: 1x ATX 24-Pin power connector 
1x 4-pin ATX 12V power connector 
3x 4-pin CPU / System Fan connector 
1x CD-in connector 
1x Speaker header 
6x Serial ATA connectors 
2x USB 2.0 headers 
1x USB 3.0 headers 
1x TPM/TCM header 
1x Intrusion Alarm header 
1x Buzzer (reserved) 
1x COM header 
1x Front Panel header 
1x S/PDIF out header(reserved) 
1x Front Audio header 
1x IR/CIR header (default IR)
BIOS Features: 16Mb flash EEPROM w/ LAN boot PnP, ACPI, WfM, DMI 2.0
Support CD: Drivers, Adobe Reader, SuperUtilities, Norton Internet Security
Standards/Manageability: Supports up to 10 USB 2.0 ports + 4USB 3.0
Form Factor: ATX form factor 12 inch x 9.0 inch

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