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Foxconn H61MX review

It may be a basic motherboard, but the Foxconn H61MX is Sandy Bridge for £60

Foxconn H61MX
Is it worth cheaping out on Sandy Bridge?

The benchmark results are somewhat surprising if we're honest. The Asus' P8P67M-Pro is one of the better micro-ATX P67 boards out there, but at stock speeds this Foxconn H61MX actually has it beat on a number of levels.

Obviously it doesn't have the overclocking options to really do the Intel Core i7-2600K justice, but at stock settings it's pretty impressive.

We've tested againstAsus P8P67M-Pro to show how the new H61 chipset compares against Intel's top performing Sandy Bridge chipset, the P67.

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Bench 1

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Bench 3

Bench 4