The Foxconn board we've snapped showing the Crossfire support looks suitably high-end, with support for up to 8GiB of DDR2-800, a 1333MHz front-side bus, Core 2 Quad and Fox One overclocking support.
We're not sure what IC they're using for IDE support, since the ICH9R I/O processor doesn't support any IDE channels (ICH8 was the first to drop it). Foxconn say pricing should be competitive with other boards with the same rough feature set, too.
Intel P35 chipset to support CrossFire
Posted on Friday, March 16 2007 @ 16:07:14 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck