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Old 30-08-07, 12:13 PM
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FOXCONN release MARS

Foxconn releases first ‘overclocking’ motherboard in new Quantum Force product line.

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Old 30-08-07, 12:21 PM
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Good job Foxconn! Apart from the slightly gimmicky NB cooler, that looks like a pretty well laid out board, with no offensive colours and hopefully good OC potential (if what they say is true)
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Old 30-08-07, 02:30 PM
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Talking about the NB, are these copper looking ones, with and without the pipings, any good ?

I mean in terms of are they still in mind to be replaced when u get the mobo.
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Old 30-08-07, 02:51 PM
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do you all think it will be a DDR3 board DDR2 board or will it come out as one of each ?

also are thy planning on doing an X38 based board ??
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Old 30-08-07, 04:49 PM
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Talking about the NB, are these copper looking ones, with and without the pipings, any good ?

I mean in terms of are they still in mind to be replaced when u get the mobo.
In my experience they are all pretty [email protected] Most use thermal pads that are rock solid for a start, and then obviously none of the heatsinks are actually copper, just spray painted aluminium.
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