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More AMD AM2 Motherboards: Foxconn C51XEM2AA Shamino May 18th, 06, 12:13 PM #1





Based on the NFore 590 SLI chipset, supporting dual x16 and Link Boost!


All in black, rare moments in foxconn boards.







Dual x16 PCIE Slots




A rather Beefy PWM onboard:




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And my favourite part of the package... NVIDIA's Art of Overclocking!




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qwerty69 May 18th, 06, 01:39 PM #2
nice black pcb.

The chipset fan looks like it is luminous in the dark?

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medallion May 18th, 06, 01:57 PM #3
i wont mind foxconn...
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nOtmeme May 18th, 06, 02:02 PM #4
look at wire(chipset fan) run across the component.. look ugly..
the pics got one line
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_DeS_ May 18th, 06, 03:42 PM #5
My keyboard all wet. Very nice black pcb and colour combinations.
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screambitch May 18th, 06, 04:48 PM #6
yeah.. foxconn looks good.. but i think the position of the cpu socket is kinda bad.. cause its too damn close to the rams... it looks like its the same for all the AM2 boards i seen so far.. the chipset cooler looks very chio! lime green.. would love to see it under UV!
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Shamino May 18th, 06, 04:59 PM #7
this must be the most oc geared board from foxconn yet!
i'll show you some bios pics later, basically it tries to take after the DFI LAN Party nf4...
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screambitch May 18th, 06, 05:04 PM #8
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this must be the most oc geared board from foxconn yet!
i'll show you some bios pics later, basically it tries to take after the DFI LAN Party nf4...
kewl...
hope sapphire comes out with an AM2 mobo soon!
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maxdy May 18th, 06, 06:02 PM #9
swee arh!!! very nice!! black PCB!!! green nvidia cooler!!!

but all lost to MSI in terms of PCI slots. haha. MSI got three. Gigabyte, Epox, Foxconn, Asus got two PCI. Abit the most jialat, one PCI slot!

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blackevil_2000 May 18th, 06, 06:34 PM #10
the black pcb is nice...
just that the chipset fan make the whole thing look cheapo...
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Cytoplasm May 18th, 06, 07:21 PM #11
WoW! Nice colour combo.
Damn drooling again. >.<
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farksy May 18th, 06, 07:34 PM #12
THis looks cool man. Classy PCB. but the chipset is near the PCI-E slot again ! Cooling headaches .... ><

Shoik man ! OC geared board sounds very good
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Shamino May 18th, 06, 10:00 PM #13
Some of the abundant BIOS options!







Run memtest like on your dfi??





Save/load profiles just like cmos reloaded on the dfi:




1.85v vcoreSHOULD be enough




2.5v DDR2 should be good enough for most as well!

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simplyadvanced May 18th, 06, 10:03 PM #14
looks the most promising so far


although i see vcore mod coming up
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Shamino May 18th, 06, 10:04 PM #15
haha how about a wager?
cold bug no cold bug? better or worse than FX60??
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