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Friday, 30 May 2008 20:05

Foxconn prepping a quad LAN box

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Quantum Force Denube

Just after the announcements of its Quantum Force motherboards lineup, aimed at overclocking enthusiasts, Foxconn is going to showcase yet another interesting thing at this years Computex show.

The Quantum Force Denube, which is basically a quad LAN Party console station will feature four ultra low power Foxconn G motherboards stacked in one case and powered by a single power supply. The best thing is that Foxconn isn't talking about integrated graphics solution and low power CPUs, but rather four 8800GT paired up with four Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 processors and 12GB of DDR3 memory.

All this adds up to eight CPU cores running at 3.16GHz, combined with four G92 GPUs at 660MHz with 2GB of graphics memory clocked at 970MHz. The entire box is powered by a single 1200W power supply which is a great result, at least when you consider that this box will be an ultimate LAN Party machine for four people at a time.

More info should be available as soon as Computex show starts, but until then, you can check out the pictures of it over at Vr-zone.com.


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