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Hardware Foxconn H67S Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by arcticstoat, 24 Jan 2011.

  1. arcticstoat

    arcticstoat New Member

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  2. miester7

    miester7 My single core cpu plays crysis

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    A good enough itx board for the price while i wait for a p67 itx. Best cpu placement of any mini h67 board
     
  3. Cyberpower-UK

    Cyberpower-UK Professional Overclocker

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    Waiting for the GA-H67N-USB3, probably the most likely to work around the OC limitation following the success of our H55N based Game Cube. Somehow I don't see P67 iTX as at all likely. Nothing on the radar so far.
     
  4. xaser04

    xaser04 Ba Ba Ba BANANA!

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    Good to see that even this super cheap board can keep up with the rest of the bunch in real world scenarios. It may score slightly lower in absolute terms but these will differences will make no perceptible difference to the end user.

    Silverstone SG07 + this board + GTX460 1GB = great little gaming machine. :)
     
  5. miester7

    miester7 My single core cpu plays crysis

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    Will a bios update improve the memory speeds or is it hardware limited?
     
  6. Material

    Material Soco Amaretto Lime

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    We're hearing pretty strong rumours about a Gigabyte mini-ITX P67 in the works.

    Other people are too.

    This makes us very excited.

    The H67 officially supports 1,333MHz memory so it shouldn't be hardware related.
     
  7. Andy Mc

    Andy Mc Well-Known Member

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    Performance wise, how would this board with a i5-2500, 8gb of 10666 DDR3 ram and a 460 compare to a Q6600, 4gb 1150 DDR2 with the same 460?

    Just wondering if it is worth saving up £330 for a new build.
     
  8. Cyberpower-UK

    Cyberpower-UK Professional Overclocker

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    I think I just soiled my pants.
     
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