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Tuesday, 26 February 2008 11:43

Foxconn has a lot to show at Cebit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two Quantum Force motherboards

 

According to our colleagues from VR-Zone, Foxconn is going to show two new motherboards from its Quantum Force series. These two will have interesting names like Destroyer and Transformer.

The info on these two motherboards, or should we say the lack of the same, is normal since these are going to be shown at Cebit. According to what we can see from the preview, these will be nice, and Shamino's influence is kicking in. The first one, branded Quantum Force Destroyer will be based on the MCP72 chipset with support for Hybrid SLI. The MCP72XE supports AMD AM2/AM2+ processors, Hybrid SLI technology, PCI-E 2.0 with total of 19 PCIe lanes and another 32 coming from nForce 200 PCIe chip.

The second one is called Transformer, and this one is a 10 slot motherboard based on Intel's P45 chipset. This is the same motherboard that was exhibited during CES in Vegas, but this time it will be working with four cards that will be water cooled. This setup will also include Foxconn's Quantum Force OC control panel, which has the ability to do real-time system overclocking.

Foxconn will have a great Cebit show, and as always, we will try our best to get as much info as we can. You can check out the Destroyer here, and the Transformer setup is here.




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