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Foxconn AHD1S-k

Conclusion

Despite the results being far from impressive, for the wattage consumed by this setup, they’re actually not that bad. The board currently retails for £85 which seems like a good deal given the performance and features of the board; though I was a bit dissapointed to see overclocking options advertised and then no-where to be found.

The board produced reasonable gaming and math benchmark scores, despite its size but it does have quite a few negatives going for it. It’s not a bad choice for an ITX mobo, but there are others I’d recommend first.

Pros

Mini-ITX form factor
Low power usage
Performed well in tests
Passive cooling

Cons

Did get near the maximum APU temperature under both CPU and GPU load.
Slow CPU than some similarly price Intel options
Access to connectors on the board can be difficult due to the size
No overlocking options, despite advertised as having them
RAM limited to 1066MHz