Foxconn P67 Rattler Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Foxconn P67 Rattler Review and Overclocking

Introduction

Foxconn aren't one of those manufacturers that the average user will immediately think of when naming companies that produce motherboards.

However, everyone who owns a motherboard is likely to own a bit of Foxconn, as they are one of the handful of companies that produce all the parts that other 'boards are made of. If you've ever wondered why things like RAM slots and PCI-e slots look the same, that's why. It's almost a guarantee that you've either got a Lotes CPU Socket or, yes indeed, a Foxconn one.

So it's only natural that they'd take what they do best and instead of supplying another company, they build their own. Most of these Foxconn boards fly under the radar, but there is definitely a cult following. Mention the X48 BlackOps in the right company and you'll soon be left in no doubt about some peoples feelings.

Of course it hasn't all been sweetness and light, with the X58 Bloodrage and X58 Flaming Blade being solid but unspectacular offerings. So how has the move to LGA1155 and the P67 chipset gone? We will soon find out as today we look at the P67A Rattler.

Technical Specifications

A quick trip across to Foxconn's website and we see that the Rattler covers everything you'd expect to see, with a standard layout of two PCI-e slots for graphics, some SATA3 and USB 3.0 ports and the like.

Processor: Intel® Sandybridge processors
Chipset: Intel® P67 Chipset
Memory: Dual channel DDR3 2133(oc)/1866(oc)/1600(oc)/1333/1066 x 4 DIMMs, Max.32GB
Expansion Slots: • 2 * PCIe2.0 x 16 (Slot 1&2 share 16X)
• 3 * PCIe2.0 x 1 slots
• 1 * PCI bus slot
IDE: One ATA133
Serial ATA(SATA)/RAID: 4* SATA II ; 2* SATAIII;RAID 0, 1, 5+10
Audio: 7.1 channel HDA
LAN: Gigabit Lan
IEEE1394: VIA VT6308S 1394 Chip supports up to 2 x 1394a ports - Transfer rate is up to 400Mbps
Back Panel I/O Ports: 1 x PS/2 keyboard port
1 x S/PDIF out Optical port
1 x S/PDIF out Coaxial port
2 x USB 3.0 ports
1 x 1394 port
1 x Audio jack supports 6 jacks
2 x RJ45 LAN ports
2 x eSATA ports
6 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x CCMOS Button
Internal I/O Connectors: 1x ATX 24-Pin power connector.
1x 8-pin ATX 12V power connector.
1x 4-pin CPU Fan connector
3x 3-pin System Fan connectors .
2x 3-pin System FAN(no FAN control)
1x Front pannel header
1x Front Audio header
1x CD-IN
1x CLR_CMOS
2 x Onboard Debug LED ports
3 x USB 2.0 connectors support additional 6 ports
3 x New LED Button for Quick Power/ Reset/ CCMOS
4 x SATAII connectors
2 x SATAIII connectors
1x IEEE1394a header
1x SPDIF OUT
1 x IDE connector
1x Speaker header
BIOS Features: Double 32Mb flash + 4M flashEEPROM w/ LAN boot PnP, ACPI, WfM, DMI 2.0
Support CD: Drivers, Adobe Reader, SuperUtilities, Norton Internet Security
Standards/Manageability: USB3.0, DMI 2.0
Form Factor: ATX form factor 12.0 inch x 9.6 inch
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Most Recent Comments

25-05-2011, 07:31:38

tinytomlogan
Today we take a look at a motherboard from Foxconn, the P67 Rattler. How does it stack up against the competition?



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25-05-2011, 07:57:34

SieB
Not a bad board but overpriced IMHO. The Sabretooth is still the best 150 P67 board.

25-05-2011, 08:11:20

steve30x
I like how far apart the PCI-E slots are. My motherboard supports SLI and CrossfireX , but the slots are so close together that the top GPU gets startved of air.

25-05-2011, 11:57:08

murphy7801
Nice IDE socket lol

25-05-2011, 21:35:59

badtaylorx
just from a aesthetic point of view it looks like a rampage rip-off,,, and a rather cheap one at that

25-05-2011, 22:03:08

Tortuga
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Originally Posted by badtaylorx View Post

just from a aesthetic point of view it looks like a rampage rip-off,,, and a rather cheap one at that
Not a bad idea, because I know alot of builders who choose the rampage just for the scheme. I wish I had money to burn like that. Id probably have the assassin by now.

26-05-2011, 10:52:00

murphy7801
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Originally Posted by Tortuga View Post

Not a bad idea, because I know alot of builders who choose the rampage just for the scheme. I wish I had money to burn like that. Id probably have the assassin by now.
I would personally say on the ROG knock off style the asrock fatality board does great job also its a better board though tbh the sabertooth for price to performance its pretty unbeatable. Not to say the asrock board is bad my friend has one has good features for the price.

26-05-2011, 13:16:36

Tortuga
Quote:
Originally Posted by murphy7801 View Post

I would personally say on the ROG knock off style the asrock fatality board does great job also its a better board though tbh the sabertooth for price to performance its pretty unbeatable. Not to say the asrock board is bad my friend has one has good features for the price.
I agree, the Fatality board is pretty good looking if your wanting that sort of theme, without buying a rampage. As you said my money would deffinatley be on the sabertooth if I ever go 1155.

25-07-2011, 19:02:04

Nathlm
What-the exactly the same as my Inferno Katana but less on it!!!
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