Foxconn Bloodrage Driver
The rumours of Foxconn leaving the motherboard industry seem remote today with the Quantum Force X58 BloodRage; a very impressive. The Foxconn Bloodrage is the epitome of this and is one of the rarest of when it comes to overclocking and Foxconn continued support for. Foxconn Quantum Force aims to deliver high performance computing, connectivity and digital enterainment. With more options for accessing and managing.
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Foxconn Bloodrage Driver
So you'll have to ghetto-rig your own using three flexible standard SLI bridges in the right pattern and hope for the best.
Again if it worked at all, I wouldn't be happy about the placement of the cards on the board. So this is a huge negative for a board that is supposed to be a high end part. A year from now? Foxconn Bloodrage
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If you are Foxconn Bloodrage me, you try to plan ahead, and while this doesn't always work, I feel better about more flexible products. Another strong pet peeve of mine that I've found with this board is with the included audio solution. It uses a proprietary connection to the board. It isn't Foxconn Bloodrage like a normal expansion slot.
Even when screwed down it doesn't feel all that solid. Foxconn Bloodrage just seems like a cheesy way to build this. In any case if the audio hardware won't be included in the backplane, give me a normal PCIe x1 sound card and I'll be Foxconn Bloodrage. That way I can use it or not and if I choose not to use it, I'll have a spare PCIe x1 slot for another sound card or whatever else I might need. It is a long list of complaints.
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Well certainly more than usual. This is flat out the worst layout I've seen to date on any X58 chipset based board. The expansion slots are a mess, I don't care for the way the audio solution connects to the board and plug placement, while not horrid, could be better. I've never liked the floppy connector Foxconn Bloodrage under Foxconn Bloodrage last card slot. This is something abit used to do and I never did like it.
They are too far back for front panel connector cables to be used in many cases. I don't know whether to be mad at case manufacturers for the lack of foresight, or the motherboard manufacturers. Yet, the SAS ports are locking. The included cables are of the non-locking variety, so this beats out EVGA who used to include locking cables for non-locking ports, which many times break the Foxconn Bloodrage connectors.
Minor things to be sure, but it shows a lack of forethought. The CPU area is free Foxconn Bloodrage obstruction allowing plenty of clearance for large cooling solutions like the Thermalright Ultra Extreme.
However, the chipset's heatsink and fan for air cooling may interfere with some cooling solutions. There was barely clearance for the Thermalright Ultra Extreme I used with it during testing. Also in Foxconn Bloodrage area we can see Foxconn Bloodrage ferrite chokes and phase hybrid PWMs. Essentially this is a mixture of a digital and analog PWM setup.
According to the Foxconn literature, the analog PWMs Foxconn Bloodrage digital phase timing which improves efficiency and adjusts more rapidly to changes in power consumption. Sometimes quality wins out of quantity.
I've got to tell you, I'm not a fan of this. I think the idea behind this is that overclockers will probably use only three modules rather than six due to the idea that we Foxconn Bloodrage expect four or six memory slots to work properly Foxconn Bloodrage overclocking. To me that means more slots, not less. These slots are positioned well as they allow for removal or installation of additional modules with large video cards installed. They aren't too close to the CPU area either, which is sometimes the case on many boards out there.
This is used to bring all hardware including the clock skews, processor, memory, voltages etc. More or less, this does the same thing as clearing your CMOS.
Though without the loss of Foxconn Bloodrage. The north bridge is located in the same place as it is on all other X58 chipset based boards.
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The north bridge itself is the same as all other X58 chipsets so there is Foxconn Bloodrage interesting about that. However, the cooling for the north bridge is where this board gets to be interesting and somewhat remarkable.
Included are a heatsink and fan for air cooling, while not super quiet, the chipset fan wasn't actually too bad Foxconn Bloodrage terms Foxconn Bloodrage noise even while being used on my open air test bench. Also included is a waterblock and hose clamps for it.