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Thread: The Episode III of X58 war-The Foxconn Quantum Force BloodRage locked and loaded!!




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    Default Re: The Episode III of X58 war-The Foxconn Quantum Force BloodRage locked and loaded!

    DDR3 2000 CL9 9-9-24 1T, BIOS 1.65V
    SP2004 3 X bland mode, 5.80G full loading status !



    DDR3 2074 CL9 9-9-24 1T,BIOS 1.65V
    Sandra Memory Bandwidth-35575MB/s


    DDR3 2102 CL9 9-9-24 1T,BIOS 1.65V
    Super 1M/CPUMARK99


    DRAM part really shows a good record to us.
    I think 3dimms design should be a key point to make the OC ability to be better than before.


    CPU:
    Intel Core i7 965 Extreme

    CPU 133.7 X 29=>3876Mhz
    DRAM DDR3 1871 CL8 8-8-24 1T

    CrystalMark 2004R3

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    Default Re: The Episode III of X58 war-The Foxconn Quantum Force BloodRage locked and loaded!

    CINEBENCH R10


    3DMARK VANTAGE


    CPU FSB 206.2Mhz/DDR3 2062 CL9 9-9-24 1T


    Now I changed the Intel Core i7 920 for the test:
    218Mhz Super PI 1M/CPUMARK99


    After my initial test, Blood Rage’s FSB record is apparently not bad.
    No matter i7 965Extreme or 920 are all can reach the lever to 206 to 218MHz.
    I have updated the G15 version(12/30) BIOS , the overall performance is obviously having advancement.
    I hope follow-up version BIOS can be kept the same standard.


    The conclusion of FOXCONN Quantum Force Blood Rage
    The merits:
    1.No matter the Packing/ bundling and mother design, this model almost the best looking one to other X58 models in market.
    2.Various BIOS option, wild range of voltage adjustment, OC ability is really not bad.
    3.Supports both the ATI CrossFireX ad NVIDIA 3-way SLI. Full “coverage”
    4.Total 14 phases hybrid PWM, an extraordinary design for PWM.
    The board has 100% Japanese solid-state capacitor. And X-Fi audio card.
    5.3 extra PWM to support the DRAM power supplying. 4 ways cooler for NB
    6.Good connectivity: 6 x SATAII, 2 x eSATA, IEEE1394 ports
    7.Dual BIOS + on board Power/ Reset/ CMOS Reset button.

    Drawbacks:
    1.The “market availability” is not that well in Channels around the world.
    Users’re not that easy to buy QF products. Hope this can be improved soon.
    2.The XMP only supports DDR3 1600(highest). It would be perfect If it can supported DDR3 1866.
    3.The additional fan for NB is not easy to install with NB.


    Performance ★★★★★★★★★☆
    Features/ component ★★★★★★★★★★
    Appearance: ★★★★★★★★★★
    C/P ratio ★★★★★★★☆☆☆

    The price of FOXCONN Quantum Force BloodRage is around USD$300.
    OthersX58 is almost having a price that “more or less”.
    But, some other brands has launching their step-lower models of X58, price is around USD220~240.
    If Quantum Force can also launch another X58 in this price segment, I think it’ll be very competitive in market.


    FOXCONN contributes a high-end product line”Quantum Force” about more than 1year.
    They launched motherboards which based on P35/X48/P45/780a/X58 chipset.
    Those models are all designed and positioning under a highest-performance platform.
    Therefore, the components or the layout design is getting better and better each time.
    And the bundling, software or some OC gears are also elaborated by their design team.
    Hope they keep the momentum in 2009.
    It’s good to see more and more “new” brand in good quality and creativity.

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