Foxconn H67MP-S Preview



While we’d normally offer a score and pros cons section here, until we see more we can’t give an official verdict. For now, lets just say that it seems Foxconn are embracing the future with the elimination of all PCI slots, sticking with the much more bandwidth heavy express options. Sandy Bridge looks also set to be an overclockers dream with its BIOS tweaking options and its Turbo boost unlocked multiplier; but it’ll be interesting to see how this board overclocks without the fan favourite ferrite chokes.


Thanks go to Foxconn for providing us with this motherboard.

This review was syndicated on tech seed.


Last modified: February 15, 2011

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