It has been about eight weeks since Intel officially launched their i925X (Alderwood) and i915 (Grantsdale) chipsets, and their new LGA775 "pinless" Pentium 4 processors. Since the launch, we've taken a look at two i925X based motherboards from Abit and Asus (seen here), and we had tested Intel's own D925XCV motherboard in our launch article. These three motherboards all worked well, and offered their own somewhat unique take on the i925X. Intel's board made for a good reference platform, Abit's AA8 DuraMAX was a competitively priced, overclocker friendly board, and the Asus P5AD2 Premium was chock-full of technological "bells and whistles". Today, we're going to take a look at Foxconn's take on the i925X chipset, the 925A01-8EKRS2. The 925A01-8EKRS2 is a very feature-rich motherboard that takes full advantage of all of the i925X chipset's inherent capabilities. This board has Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 7.1 channel High-Definition audio, SATA RAID, PCI Express, and the list goes on. It's also priced fairly aggressively and turned out to be a respectable overclocker.
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