CeBIT 2006: Foxconn
Foxconn showcased a lot of novelties, which was no surprise since it now produces not only motherboards, but also graphics cards and monitors. On the photo you can see quad-graphics motherboard that will be produced exclusively for Dell and Hewlett Packard.
A P4M890-based motherboard for BTX, ATX, mATX enclosures:
And to prove the intention to produce graphics cards - NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX:
Cooling is both classic...
...And liquid (the pump inside costs about $50):
Next novelties bear Silent Coolers used either with or without fans mounted on the top or bottom of heatsinks:
This one is the P9657AA-8EKRS2 motherboard on Intel P965 (+ICH8R) for LGA 775 processors. It supports dual-channel DDR2-667/800, has integrated graphics and works under Microsoft Windows Vista:
This photo shows the 975X7AB-8EKRS2 motherboard (Intel 975X + ICH7R, LGA 775), also for dual-channel DDR2-667/800, but this one supports ATI CrossFire:
The Q9657UA-8EKRS2 BTX motherboard (Intel Q965 + ICH8DO, LGA 775) for media PCs and Microsoft Windows Vista:
AMD platform is introduced in AM2 solutions: the C51XEM2AA on NVIDIA C51XE + MCP55 supporting SLI for 7900GTX graphics cards (PCI-Express slots have wider gap in-between).
And the 6150M2MA-8EKRS2 integrated board (NVIDIA GF6150 + NF430) with a DVI output:
And the last photo introduces the 17" P4M89OSO1 monitor. For now, Foxconn is going to produce only 17" models:
Source: our reporter at CeBIT 2006
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