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Foxconn C51XEM2AA-8EKRS2H Review
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 06 December 2006 08:25

OCInside have a review of this mobo:

"The Foxconn C51XEM2AA-8EKRS2H motherboard has a price of approx. 160 Euro (11/2006)
and is thus in the upper price segment of the Socket AM2 motherboards.

Without anticipating the result, this Socket AM2 board is a dream for overclocker,
because this mainboard has as many OC options, that it's possible to write dozens of OC guides.


Beside extensive memory timing settings like the memory frequency setting
from 200 MHz over 266 MHz and 333 MHz up to 400 MHz (DDR2 400/533/667/800),
the BIOS offers a host clock from 200 MHz up to 500 MHz.
The nVidia nForce 590 SLI chipset offers additionally a separated MPC clock setting.
MCP stands for Media and Communication Processor, which can be clocked independently of the SPP
from 200 MHz up to 500 MHz.
Good overclocking results are nearly guaranteed, because the processor can be overclocked
thus independently of nearly all other components.

The HT (hypertransport) multiplier can be adjusted from 1x to 5x (200-1000 MHz) and
offers with a doubling up to 2000 MHz."

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