Foxconn 975X7AA-8EKRS2H

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About the Product

The 975X7AA-8EKRS2H is a socket 775 motherboard for Intel P4 CPUs that uses the Intel 975X chipset. It has 4 DDR2-667 DIMM slots, 2 PCI-Express x16 (for x8, x8 SLI mode), 2 PCI-Express x1, 2 PCI slots, integrated audio, and supports 1066/800/533MHz FSB speeds and SATA II.

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Foxconn 975X7AA-8EKRS2H Reviews Rating: 88 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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System Optimization 9/12 Apr 17 '06
Neoseeker  --- Apr 18 '06
Hardware Asylum 5/5 May 11 '06
Overclocker Cafe  --- May 24 '06
OverclockersOnline  --- Jun 13 '06
PC Stats 81% May 18 '06
techFEAR  --- Aug 27 '06
Viper's Lair  --- Jul 07 '06
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Foxconn 975X7AA-8EKRS2H Roundups and Shootouts

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Foxconn 975X7AA-8EKRS2H Review Tom's Hardware -- May 22 '06

Hardware Asylum on May 11 '06

"Feature wise the 975X7AA is right in line with many other high-end motherboards and the additional features offered on the 975X chipset really help the board to stand out. The most notable option..."

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Neoseeker on Apr 24 '06

"To sum it all up, the 975X7AA motherboard from Foxconn is a great mid-range motherboard, though at a high-end price. With the forthcoming BIOS update from Foxconn, it will be a great performance..."

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OverclockersOnline on Jun 13 '06

"From a pricing stand point, anyone looking for a 975x board before they jump boats to Conroe or AM2 will be happy to hear that the Foxconn 975X77A is one of the more affordable options around. The..."

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PC Stats on May 18 '06

"The performance of the Foxconn 975X7AA-8EKRS2H motherboard was quite good in SYSMark2004, 3DMark05 and Doom 3. It is one of the fastest Intel-based motherboards that PCSTATS has tested to date, and..."

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System Optimization on Oct 11 '06

"The performance difference between Foxconn's nForce4 SLI Intel Edition premium board and their 975X premium board is barely noticeable, but nVidia took the lead. Though we had great hopes for..."

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