Product on Review: Foxconn A75M
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Foxconn
Street Price: £55-70 est. retail
Foxconn are a brand familiar to many, offering stable and affordable motherboards in the mainstream while supporting their 'Quantum' brand with high quality components and features. Back in April we looked at the P67 Rattler, now we are taking a look at their A75M mATX motherboard for AMD's A-Series APUs. Offering Native SATA 3.0 6Gb/s and USB 3.0 connectivity and HDMI 1.4a to support 3D Blu-Ray, this motherboard is targetting a mainstream audience that have no need for fancy buttons or features that decorate most higher end motherboards.
Let's move on to the next step of our analysis.
The A75M Support FM1 socket CPU.offers enhanced connectivity and entertainment capability, backed-up by high-performance features and components. Based on the AMD® Hudson D3 chipset with an advanced DirectX 11 graphics engine and AMD UVD 3.0 technology. UVD supports Blue-Ray and HD-DVD content, whilst offloading power and processor-intensive video decoding from the CPU to the graphics core.Supporting AMD the Llano APU processors with UMI technology, and supports Dual DDR3 1866MHz memory for better overall system performance. Support AMD Radeon™HD6xxx graphics and Dual Graphics capable technology .The A75M support AMD Turbo Core 2.0 technology.