Running at 9800GTX
CPU 460.5X9=>3914Mhz
DARM DDR3 1842 CL7 7-7-20 1T
VGA 675/2200
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Conclusion
Advantages:
1. Supreme spec and various overclocking accessories.
2. Supports PCI-E 2.0, CorssFireX, X16+X16+X4
3. 8-Phase digital PWM, eSATA, onboard power button and debug LEDs
4. Rich overclocking options in BIOS and a wide voltage range
5. Outstanding extreme overclocking performance running on Core2Duo FSB

Disadvantages:
1. Most X48 based motherboards are priced high at between 310 to 370USD. BLACKOPS sells at 350 USD, a price still higher than other highend motherboards even with its abundant accessories.
2. The availability of BLACKOPS is relatively lower than other MB makers.
3. The DDR3 overclockability can be improved.

Performance ★★★★★★★★☆☆
Materials ★★★★★★★★★☆
Board layout ★★★★★★★★☆☆
Cost-performance ★★★★★★★☆☆☆

BlackOps is the first motherboard we see with most complete accessories for overclockers. It is evident to tell FOXCONN’s ambition and effort in building a gaming brand.

In the gaming test, we found X38 and X48 have better capability on their X16+X16 Crossfire support than X8+X8 on P35 and P45. This gives X48 more advantage on running high-demanding games.

FOXCONN Blackops really sets a new bar on motherboard design and innovation, including the performance, overvall board design and a complete and luxury accessories.
These inevitably make Blackops’ pricing higher than others, since X48 based motherboards are set at extreme highend segment.
If Foxconn could cut down some of the accessories, and lower the retail price, they can satisfy a lot more users with tighter budget.