Z68 has been on the market for quite some time, but not everyone is keen to jump onto the new platform due to its price and somewhat unneeded features. Obviously a lot of users will make use of the fantastic features that it has to offer, but others feel that paying for functionality that they don't want or need is a pointless exercise.
For those users, the H67 based boards are still being stocked at retailers and are available to purchase for those in mind wanting a no frills option that makes full use of Sandybridge without the need for overclocking.
Today sees us taking a look at the Foxconn H67A-S motherboard which falls directly within that category of users to see how it performs in terms of the on-board graphics that Sandybridge offers through this platform.
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