Computex 07: Everyone's got one
was also early out with its X38 board and we took the opportunity to grab a quick picture of it. it has a rather large cooler on the X38 chipset and a heatpipe going the full length of the board.
But what sets the Foxconn X38A apart from the other X38 boards we've seen so far is that it supports both DDR2 and DDR3 memory. It has two slots for DDR2 and four for DDR3.
This board also has three x16 PCI Express slots, although in a slightly different layout to what we've seen on other boards.
Foxconn has also added a power and reset button on the board, which is handy for overclockers or for when you're setting up your system.
This is what it looks like: