Foxconn P35A Desktop Motherboard - Intel Chipset - Socket T LGA-775

1 x Processor Support - 8 GB - 4 x Memory Slots - Floppy Controller, Serial ATA/300, Ultra ATA/100 ATA-6 - 7.1 Audio Channels - Gigabit Ethernet - 1 x PCI Express x1 Slots - 2 x PCI Express - MPN: P35A
Product Details
Description
P35A Desktop Board is one of the new products, and offers superior performance, reliability and quality, at a reasonable price. This motherboard adopts the advanced Intel P35 and ICH9 chipset, providing users a computer platform with a high integration-compatibility-performance price ratio.
Quick Glance
Interface Connection Parallel Port Yes, Audio Line In Yes, Audio Line Out Yes, Microphone Port Yes, S/PDIF Yes, Network (RJ-45) Yes
Number of Memory Slots 4
Supported Processor Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Duo, Pentium D, Pentium 4, Celeron D
System Board Style ATX
Processor Socket Socket T LGA-775
Memory Technology DDR2 SDRAM
System Chipset Intel P35 Express
Multi GPU Support ATI CrossFire
Number of PCI-Express x16 Slots 2
User Reviews
Average Motherboard
3 Star Review   By member mytime - Jul 30, 2008   

Strengths: A lot of features, Intel P35 chipset, cheap after rebate

Weakness: Issues with more than 2GB of memory

I started out putting four 1GB DDR2 800 dimms in this and ran several memory tests on it. Kept running into errors above 2GB. All dimms tested out fine on a different non-Foxconn board. When I only run two dimms everything is fine. Currently running with an Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 and an ATI x1550 gfx card.

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Foxconn P35A Intel Motherboard
4 Star Review   By member woodbutcher1 - Jul 9, 2008   

Strengths: Intel P35 Chipset - Solid Capacitors - 2 PCI-E 16x Slots - External SATA Port - Coaxial Digital Out

Weakness: Only 1 PCI-E x1 Slot - North Bridge Heatsink Mounting - No RAID

This is an excellent Intel socket 775 motherboard, and offers more "bang for the buck" then motherboards in its price range. All solid capacitors on the Motherboard, 2 PCI-E 16x slots for crossfire, coaxial digital out, eternal SATA port. I'm running this board with a E2180 with 4 gigs of OCZ 1066 MHz, and without fine tuning was able to hit 3GHz. The BIOS overclock options are a bit odd, but the standard cpu to mem ratio's are present. One thing that continues to bother me is the placement of the PCI-E x1 slot by some manufactures. It is located directly under the primary PCI-E slot, so if you use a dual slot cooler on your video card, you won't be able to use your PCI-E x1 slot. Another issue with the board is the heatsink mounting system for the north bridge. Instead of providing holes along the outside edges of the heatsink this board uses 2 "hooks" with a spring wire in between and over the heating. I wanted to install a better north bridge heatsink with a fan, but that will be difficult with the mounting system on this board. All in all this is a solid, stable board with plenty of OC options.

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Good Motherboard
5 Star Review   By member Ralith84 - Jul 1, 2008   

Strengths: Good compatibility, good amount of slots/back panel inputs/outputs, 1333 FSB

Weakness: Nothing so far

A very good motherboard at a good price. It works great and runs my Q6600, 4GB of DDR2 800 ram, 9800 GTX, 500GB hard drive and DVD RW drive very well. Also had enough room for a good sized cooler so I didn't have to worry about hitting the north bridge or anything. I would buy this board again if I need another

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Foxconn P35A
5 Star Review   By member darker66 - Mar 2, 2008   

Strengths: Solid caps, new Intel P35 chipset, overclocks on a budjet price.

Weakness: no raid, 4 sata connectors

I own 2 of these boards with a e6750 @ 3.2ghz and a e8400 @ 4.0ghz. The e6750 is with stock voltage but the e8400 has the voltage increased to reach 4ghz. I got my boards for 60 after rebates and couldn't find a cheaper board with all solid caps that will overclock as easy as these will. Foxconn has great support and is always updating the bios and utilities for there products. Foxconn also makes allot of the other overpriced motherboards for different companies. I have nothing bad to say about this product and if you need raid and 6 sata ports you can get the P35A-S model at a higher price. For quality (all solid caps) performance, easy of use and support this is the board for you. I also have no trouble reaching higher overclocks on this board but you will need to buy a good quality heatsink for cooling which I didn't to save money.

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Foxconn P35A
4 Star Review   By member jwkoda - Feb 19, 2008   

Strengths: Good quality, Inexpensive if you get the rebate, Good overclock options, Crossfire support

Weakness: Very difficult to collect the rebate, Poor customer support, Ships with out of date BIOS

This is another good quality board from Foxconn that has plenty of options, crossfire support, lots of USB ports, etc. It also is easy to overclock your CPU although you should update the BIOS before attempting the overclock. I've been please with the board but have been unable to collect the rebate. Foxconn rebates have some very unusual conditions and you need to pay close attention to this before filing your rebate.

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Foxconn P35A Motherboard
4 Star Review   By member dric - Jan 7, 2008   

Strengths: Price, quality, bios options, tech support, utilities, crossfire support

Weakness: Poor documentation, single IDE connector, not optimal component placement, no firewire connector, DDR2-1066 not supported in bios

I purchased this motherboard for $70AR from ZZF back in November. I was looking for something that was affordable and would support a dual core processor, and chose this board based on some of the features it had, like 4 ddr2 slots, memory support up to 1066MHz, 2 PCIe 16 slots with crossfire support, solid capacitors, and multi-core processor support including the next-generation 45nm technology. It seemed to meet my current needs as well as have some upgrade potential in a year or 2. . The board seems to be well built, was easy to install, and comes with a cd of drivers and utilities which can be used to update the latest drivers/bios/utilities. The bios supports a number of options which control cpu and memory clocking and voltage. My setup includes an E4500, 4G of DDR2-667, and a XFX GeForce 7100GS graphics card. When I had a technical question, I found tech support to be responsive and helpful, responding to my email within 24 hours with useful feedback. . On the negative side, the documentation is relatively poor and with all the options available in the bios, I am finding that I have to figure a lot of stuff out for myself by trial and error or by googling or searching the forums on the Foxconn website. I would say that the board/bios is not user friendly and you can either use default settings or you will need to be at least an intermediate overclocker to know how to navigate the bios. The board itself has only a single IDE connector which is a negative if you have older HDDs and DVD drives you want to use. Some of the board components are placed such that I was unable to use one of the bays in my case because if I insert a drive in the bay it will hit the components. The board does not include a firewire connector, even though it was advertised as having one, and the bios does not support DDR2-1066 memory even though it was advertised. Note that although you cannot set 1066 in the bios, you can overclock your memory and possibly reach those speeds, depending on the rest of your system. . Overall, I think it is a good quality board and a good deal for the money. It's a little user-unfriendly and I hope that over time I will “grow” to understand it better, or at least find the right combination of settings that will work for me so I don't have to mess with it anymore. I would recommend it.

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Great Motherboard
4 Star Review   By member ilovecanada - Jan 6, 2008   

Strengths: highly overclockable, stable thus far, reset and power buttons build right on to the board

Weakness: none yet.

paired this with a 2160, and pushed it easily to 3.15 GHz without even trying. Had to up the vcore a bit, and heat became an issue as I'm using a stock cooler - but this thing does really well. I've heard foxconn doesn't have much in the way of customer support, so if I don't have any problems this will prove to be a great buy.

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FOXCONN P35A
4 Star Review   By member joo106 - Jan 3, 2008   

Strengths: Good price. Good monitoring software. A lost of USB connections and fan connections. Crossfire supported.

Weakness: Impossible to boot with a PCI video card. Needs a Windows XP CD with SP2. PS2 mouse is always on even when it enters power-off state.

Overall, very good motheroboard. Very good price while it has a lot of functionality like 2 PCI express (x16) slots and 4 fan connections. It also has a lot of USB connections both on the board and for the front and the back pannel. You'd better update BIOS before installing an OS. Otherwise it could cause problems. It is not possible to boot and install with an old Windows XP CD. A Windows XP CD with SP2 and any Vista CD works fine. PS2 mouse is always on even you turn off the power as long as power is connetted to your power supply. One problem I had is that I was not able to boot (no post on disply) or enter the BIOS setup at all with a PCI video card before I received my PCI Express video card. It needs a PCI Express video card at least to be able to enter the BIOS setup.

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Great Value and Performance
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Good overclocking performance with a lot of features.

Weakness: I still use IDE drives (a couple of them). The mobo only has one IDE connector. I was able to get around this by purchasing a SATA to IDE converter for cheap off eBay.

I was able to take my E2160 up to a FSB of 337MHz before hitting my mobo's limit. It is wonderful to be able to run my dual core 1.8GHz CPU at just over 3GHz. I know the CPU/RAM can go a bit higher, but for the price - this board is great.

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Excellent Value
5 Star Review   By member paazel - Dec 18, 2007   

Strengths: Price, e-sata, 4 port USB bracket, 5 fan connections

Weakness: Complicated rebate procedure

For $60 after rebate this is a tough deal to pass up. This is a fully featured board that's only missing RAID (which I don't use) & firewire (which is ok, since they've included e-sata). I don't generally overclock, but I'm considering trying out Foxconn's included overclocking utility. I don't game heavily, so I'm not all that interested in Crossfire support. I really like the USB bracket that they've supplied which has 4 ports, rather than 2 brackets with 2 ports each. The manual is pretty well written which was a surprise. This is a solid & affordable P35 motherboard.

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Product Details
Description
P35A Desktop Board is one of the new products, and offers superior performance, reliability and quality, at a reasonable price. This motherboard adopts the advanced Intel P35 and ICH9 chipset, providing users a computer platform with a high integration-compatibility-performance price ratio.
Quick Glance
Interface Connection Parallel Port Yes, Audio Line In Yes, Audio Line Out Yes, Microphone Port Yes, S/PDIF Yes, Network (RJ-45) Yes
Number of Memory Slots 4
Supported Processor Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Duo, Pentium D, Pentium 4, Celeron D
System Board Style ATX
Processor Socket Socket T LGA-775
Memory Technology DDR2 SDRAM
System Chipset Intel P35 Express
Multi GPU Support ATI CrossFire
Number of PCI-Express x16 Slots 2
Summary
Product Title Foxconn P35A Desktop Motherboard - Intel Chipset - Socket T LGA-775
Manufacturer Foxconn
Power Score 4.0 | 13 Reviews
CPU + Northbridge Support
Bus Speed: 800 MHz, 1066 MHz, 1333 MHz
Maximum Number of Processors: 1
Memory Support
Max System Memory: 8 GB
Connectors
Number of Serial ATA Headers / Ports: 4
Number of IDE Headers: 1
Number of Fan Connectors: 2
Number of PCI-Express x1 Slots: 1
Number of PCI Slots: 3
On-Board Headers: Onboard Audio Header Yes
Additional Features
Video Bus: PCI Express x16
Network Interfaces Included: Ethernet (10 Mbps), Ethernet (10/100 Mbps), Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps) Yes
Supported Audio Channels: 7.1 Channels
Audio Codec: Realtek ALC888
Controller Type: Floppy Controller, Serial ATA/300, Ultra ATA/100 (ATA-6)
Physical Specifications
Width: 12 in
Depth: 9.60 in
Warranty
Warranty Information: 3 Year Limited Warranty
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Dimensions: 12" Width x 9.60" Depth
Slots: 2 x PCI Express x16, 3 x PCI, 1 x PCI Express x1
User Reviews
Average Motherboard
3 Star Review   By member mytime - Jul 30, 2008   

Strengths: A lot of features, Intel P35 chipset, cheap after rebate

Weakness: Issues with more than 2GB of memory

I started out putting four 1GB DDR2 800 dimms in this and ran several memory tests on it. Kept running into errors above 2GB. All dimms tested out fine on a different non-Foxconn board. When I only run two dimms everything is fine. Currently running with an Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 and an ATI x1550 gfx card.

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Foxconn P35A Intel Motherboard
4 Star Review   By member woodbutcher1 - Jul 9, 2008   

Strengths: Intel P35 Chipset - Solid Capacitors - 2 PCI-E 16x Slots - External SATA Port - Coaxial Digital Out

Weakness: Only 1 PCI-E x1 Slot - North Bridge Heatsink Mounting - No RAID

This is an excellent Intel socket 775 motherboard, and offers more "bang for the buck" then motherboards in its price range. All solid capacitors on the Motherboard, 2 PCI-E 16x slots for crossfire, coaxial digital out, eternal SATA port. I'm running this board with a E2180 with 4 gigs of OCZ 1066 MHz, and without fine tuning was able to hit 3GHz. The BIOS overclock options are a bit odd, but the standard cpu to mem ratio's are present. One thing that continues to bother me is the placement of the PCI-E x1 slot by some manufactures. It is located directly under the primary PCI-E slot, so if you use a dual slot cooler on your video card, you won't be able to use your PCI-E x1 slot. Another issue with the board is the heatsink mounting system for the north bridge. Instead of providing holes along the outside edges of the heatsink this board uses 2 "hooks" with a spring wire in between and over the heating. I wanted to install a better north bridge heatsink with a fan, but that will be difficult with the mounting system on this board. All in all this is a solid, stable board with plenty of OC options.

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Good Motherboard
5 Star Review   By member Ralith84 - Jul 1, 2008   

Strengths: Good compatibility, good amount of slots/back panel inputs/outputs, 1333 FSB

Weakness: Nothing so far

A very good motherboard at a good price. It works great and runs my Q6600, 4GB of DDR2 800 ram, 9800 GTX, 500GB hard drive and DVD RW drive very well. Also had enough room for a good sized cooler so I didn't have to worry about hitting the north bridge or anything. I would buy this board again if I need another

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Foxconn P35A
5 Star Review   By member darker66 - Mar 2, 2008   

Strengths: Solid caps, new Intel P35 chipset, overclocks on a budjet price.

Weakness: no raid, 4 sata connectors

I own 2 of these boards with a e6750 @ 3.2ghz and a e8400 @ 4.0ghz. The e6750 is with stock voltage but the e8400 has the voltage increased to reach 4ghz. I got my boards for 60 after rebates and couldn't find a cheaper board with all solid caps that will overclock as easy as these will. Foxconn has great support and is always updating the bios and utilities for there products. Foxconn also makes allot of the other overpriced motherboards for different companies. I have nothing bad to say about this product and if you need raid and 6 sata ports you can get the P35A-S model at a higher price. For quality (all solid caps) performance, easy of use and support this is the board for you. I also have no trouble reaching higher overclocks on this board but you will need to buy a good quality heatsink for cooling which I didn't to save money.

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Foxconn P35A
4 Star Review   By member jwkoda - Feb 19, 2008   

Strengths: Good quality, Inexpensive if you get the rebate, Good overclock options, Crossfire support

Weakness: Very difficult to collect the rebate, Poor customer support, Ships with out of date BIOS

This is another good quality board from Foxconn that has plenty of options, crossfire support, lots of USB ports, etc. It also is easy to overclock your CPU although you should update the BIOS before attempting the overclock. I've been please with the board but have been unable to collect the rebate. Foxconn rebates have some very unusual conditions and you need to pay close attention to this before filing your rebate.

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Foxconn P35A Motherboard
4 Star Review   By member dric - Jan 7, 2008   

Strengths: Price, quality, bios options, tech support, utilities, crossfire support

Weakness: Poor documentation, single IDE connector, not optimal component placement, no firewire connector, DDR2-1066 not supported in bios

I purchased this motherboard for $70AR from ZZF back in November. I was looking for something that was affordable and would support a dual core processor, and chose this board based on some of the features it had, like 4 ddr2 slots, memory support up to 1066MHz, 2 PCIe 16 slots with crossfire support, solid capacitors, and multi-core processor support including the next-generation 45nm technology. It seemed to meet my current needs as well as have some upgrade potential in a year or 2. . The board seems to be well built, was easy to install, and comes with a cd of drivers and utilities which can be used to update the latest drivers/bios/utilities. The bios supports a number of options which control cpu and memory clocking and voltage. My setup includes an E4500, 4G of DDR2-667, and a XFX GeForce 7100GS graphics card. When I had a technical question, I found tech support to be responsive and helpful, responding to my email within 24 hours with useful feedback. . On the negative side, the documentation is relatively poor and with all the options available in the bios, I am finding that I have to figure a lot of stuff out for myself by trial and error or by googling or searching the forums on the Foxconn website. I would say that the board/bios is not user friendly and you can either use default settings or you will need to be at least an intermediate overclocker to know how to navigate the bios. The board itself has only a single IDE connector which is a negative if you have older HDDs and DVD drives you want to use. Some of the board components are placed such that I was unable to use one of the bays in my case because if I insert a drive in the bay it will hit the components. The board does not include a firewire connector, even though it was advertised as having one, and the bios does not support DDR2-1066 memory even though it was advertised. Note that although you cannot set 1066 in the bios, you can overclock your memory and possibly reach those speeds, depending on the rest of your system. . Overall, I think it is a good quality board and a good deal for the money. It's a little user-unfriendly and I hope that over time I will “grow” to understand it better, or at least find the right combination of settings that will work for me so I don't have to mess with it anymore. I would recommend it.

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Great Motherboard
4 Star Review   By member ilovecanada - Jan 6, 2008   

Strengths: highly overclockable, stable thus far, reset and power buttons build right on to the board

Weakness: none yet.

paired this with a 2160, and pushed it easily to 3.15 GHz without even trying. Had to up the vcore a bit, and heat became an issue as I'm using a stock cooler - but this thing does really well. I've heard foxconn doesn't have much in the way of customer support, so if I don't have any problems this will prove to be a great buy.

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FOXCONN P35A
4 Star Review   By member joo106 - Jan 3, 2008   

Strengths: Good price. Good monitoring software. A lost of USB connections and fan connections. Crossfire supported.

Weakness: Impossible to boot with a PCI video card. Needs a Windows XP CD with SP2. PS2 mouse is always on even when it enters power-off state.

Overall, very good motheroboard. Very good price while it has a lot of functionality like 2 PCI express (x16) slots and 4 fan connections. It also has a lot of USB connections both on the board and for the front and the back pannel. You'd better update BIOS before installing an OS. Otherwise it could cause problems. It is not possible to boot and install with an old Windows XP CD. A Windows XP CD with SP2 and any Vista CD works fine. PS2 mouse is always on even you turn off the power as long as power is connetted to your power supply. One problem I had is that I was not able to boot (no post on disply) or enter the BIOS setup at all with a PCI video card before I received my PCI Express video card. It needs a PCI Express video card at least to be able to enter the BIOS setup.

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Great Value and Performance
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Good overclocking performance with a lot of features.

Weakness: I still use IDE drives (a couple of them). The mobo only has one IDE connector. I was able to get around this by purchasing a SATA to IDE converter for cheap off eBay.

I was able to take my E2160 up to a FSB of 337MHz before hitting my mobo's limit. It is wonderful to be able to run my dual core 1.8GHz CPU at just over 3GHz. I know the CPU/RAM can go a bit higher, but for the price - this board is great.

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Excellent Value
5 Star Review   By member paazel - Dec 18, 2007   

Strengths: Price, e-sata, 4 port USB bracket, 5 fan connections

Weakness: Complicated rebate procedure

For $60 after rebate this is a tough deal to pass up. This is a fully featured board that's only missing RAID (which I don't use) & firewire (which is ok, since they've included e-sata). I don't generally overclock, but I'm considering trying out Foxconn's included overclocking utility. I don't game heavily, so I'm not all that interested in Crossfire support. I really like the USB bracket that they've supplied which has 4 ports, rather than 2 brackets with 2 ports each. The manual is pretty well written which was a surprise. This is a solid & affordable P35 motherboard.

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Fantastic Budget (after-rebate) P35 board w/ Crossfire support
4 Star Review   By member karaktu - Dec 7, 2007   

Strengths: P35 chipset! - Crossfire Support! - Quality build - Four USB port bracket bundled

Weakness: No RAID or Firewire (oh, wait, that's why they make a more expensive model!) - Overclocking is a little funky, but straightforward - 1066 Memory speed not a setting in the BIOS

As of this writing, the latest posted BIOS is dated 11/7/07 and works flawlessly for me. - For $50 - $60 after rebate, this board blows away the competition. If you want RAID and/or firewire, you'll obviously have to step up to the next model (and pay for it), but if it's not necessary for you, don't hesitate to buy this board. - Like most Foxconn motherboards, it ships with an out-of-date BIOS. Build your PC, load your O/S, load your drivers, flash your BIOS, THEN start overclocking. - I had no problem taking an e6600 to 333FSB with a set of Patriot DDR2-1066. The CPU voltage adjustment is a little different, but it's not complicated. I did notice that it tends to over-volt the memory when you set it above 2.1v (which can be said to be a good thing). The Patriot was rated for 2.3v, but worked just fine at 2.025v. - Even though 1066MHz memory support is listed, the only way you're going to get that speed is by overclocking. I only had 667 and 800 as options, even when everything was set to stock. Overclocked from 266 -> 333 FSB, the memory was at 1000MHz and running just fine. - This is not a "push it to the limit" motherboard, but for medium overclocking and Crossfire support, you probably aren't going to find a better deal. :) - READ THE REBATE TERMS CAREFULLY and follow them! You will get your rebate in about 12 weeks. The process is a bit arduous, but they're not out to gyp you.

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Foxconn P35A - Excellent value and stability
4 Star Review   By member newtech1 - Nov 26, 2007   

Strengths: High production value with solid capacitors and nice layout. Dual PCI-e slots for ATi Xfire linking

Weakness: Could use better heatsink or active cooling solution on North and South bridges

This is a quality Foxconn motherboard based on the Intel P35 chipset. It supports LGA775 including the latest Dual-Core Exxx and Quad-Core Qxxx processors. The layout is very logical and very friendly to installation in an ATX case. I only use one GPU but it has 2 PCI-e slots, 1 in 16x, 1 in 4x, and this would be nice for the ATi Xfire set up. It has functions of high-end board (since it's basically a stripped down version of Foxconn's Pro model), and stability shows as well. Solid capacitors are a nice touch to help with stability and longevity. As it's designed for lowered cost, it does not have Firewire or RAID support, but I don't use them so I don't miss them. If there's any thing that can improved, it could use better heatsinks on board, it'll probably help with overclocking, or you can add your own active cooling solutions. This is about one of the better P35 boards for under $100.

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Not recommended
1 Star Review   By member wmd1942 - Nov 20, 2007   

Strengths: Double PCIe 16X slots, plentiful overclock options

Weakness: Annoying warning displayed at the beginning of BIOS startup if CPU is slightly overclocked. Fragile memory side clips. Poor and arrogant tech support.

I have purchased this board for a week now. The biggest pain is the disclaimer warning displayed on screen about overclocking at the beginning of BIOS start-up when my CPU is slightly overclocked. My Intel E2160 CPU stock FSB is 800 MHz. If FSB is overclocked to 930 MHz or higher, this warning will be displayed on screen and it will not go away without manual intervention. I have to press "Y" key to continue boot up (press "N" will shut down computer) every time when my computer powered up or reboot. I contacted Foxconn tech support and tried to find a way to opt out or make it timeout on its own. Foxconn tech support only simply answer they don't support overclock. After XP was installed, the HDA (High Definition Audio) device was not working due to the installation failure of audio device driver. It took a while for me to figure out XP's default device driver needs to be uninstalled first. It (under the name of "KB888111") can only be uninstalled from XP's "Add/Remove Programs" in Control Panel. It can't be uninstalled from Device Manager. The side clips of memory slots are very fragile, make of cheap thin plastic. One of mine was broken during memory installation. Be careful.

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