Foxconn did not color-code the pin panel, which could result in mixing up cables.
The pinout for the floppy connector is somewhat strange, because the manufacturer spared the second rather than the third pin. This forces you to use the cable that comes with the motherboard.
If you intend to install two graphics cards and up to four hard drives, the SATA cables can collide with the second graphics card.
Foxconn is very stingy in the area of accessories, including only two SATA cables.
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has anyone ever tested this (my) MB with a core 2 duo processor? Does it work?Reply