windwithme Posted July 10, 2011 Share Posted July 10, 2011 From 2007, FOXCONN has begun to introduce middle and high end MB products, hoping to establish its own-brand products and create the complete MB product line ranging from high to low end. During the period, FOXCONN has unveiled P35/P45/P55/X58 MB products, etc. However, as the choice is limited and some factors related with low visibility market, it makes us feel a period of silence since the beginning of P55 products. Early June, we have seen FOXCONN P67, Z68 and X79 in Computex, showing that from the impression of previous Quantum Force, each MB has a unique naming. This time, Intel P67 chipset is called Rattler, targeting the main route of racing judged from packing design. FOXCONN Rattler Appearance Quantum Force has been used to creating visual sensation by matching the color with black and red Nowadays, in MB market, several other brand high-end products also used such color scheme. Rattler is supposed to target middle-end P67 with decent specs and materials. Accessories Brochure, installation guide, driver as well as I/O panel SATA cable with parallel and vertical type, IDE cable, 4PIN-SATA power cable and USB expansion port The left bottom of the MB 2 X PCI-E 2.0 X16 slots, supporting 2Way CrossFireX(X8+X8) 3 X PCI-E X1 slots 1 X PCI slot. In addition, there are two Realtek RTL8111E LAN chips and Realtek ALC892 audio chip. The right bottom of the MB There are two red SATAIII ports provided by P67 chip, four black SATAII ports also provided by P67 chip as well. An IDE port offered by Marvel 88SE6121 chip and supporting RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10. In addition the MB features dual-BIOS, POWER/RESET button, debugging LED, etc. The right top of the MB There are four DIMM DDR3 slots supporting 1066/1333/1600(oc)/1866(oc)/2133(oc) with capacity of up to 32GB. The left top of the MB As its LGA 1155 socket pitch is the same as that of LGA 1156, so their coolers are also compatible. CPU power supply uses 14 phase Hybrid PWM which can parallel connection at the same time. As for I/O, there is a PS2, six USB 2.0(black), two USB 3.0(blue), one IEEE 1394a, two Gigabit LAN, two eSATA, one S/PDIF coaxial/optic fiber connectors, etc. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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