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Wednesday, 16 May 2007 17:58

Foxconn's P35 boards announced

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Foxconn's P35A-S and P35A motherboards


Foxconn announced its first motherboards based on the new Intel P35 chipset for the mainstream and performance market segments.

According to Foxconn, the new boards should provide better system performance with support for FSB speeds of up to 1,333 MHz, built-in future proofing for forthcoming 45nm processors and support for today’s latest generation of processors, Core 2 Quad and Duo.

Foxconn will use solid state capacitors, and have onboard power on/off and reset buttons that can be very useful when you're setting up your system. The P35A-S and P35A will be available from the 4th of June, but no price was announced. Here are the specifications for both boards and a picture.

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