Foxconn is preparing a two motherboards based on AMD 890GX chipset

Monday, March 8, 2010

Following other world famous brands ODM manufacturer Foxconn is preparing to submit to court a couple of customers motherboards based on the latest chipset AMD 890GX. New items were named A9DA-S and A9DA, and collaborated with AMD in the performance of AM3.

Mainboards Foxconn A9DA-S and A9DA equipped with an integrated Radeon HD 4290 graphics with 128 MB of memory SidePort, as well as two expansion slots for PCI-Express x16 with support for Hybrid CrossFire modes and CrossFireX. In addition, there are four slots for DDR3 memory modules, together with the five-port SATA 6.0 Gbps.

Room Motherboard Foxconn A9DA-S and A9DA connector includes Gigabit Ethernet, eSATA port plus fourteen USB ports and built-in 7.1-channel audiochip and video outputs D-Sub, DVI and HDMI. Model A9DA-S, among others, received a pair of FireWire ports and an improved cooling system. Sales of two new products Foxconn to begin shortly.