Foxconn P67 Rattler Review

Test Setup and Overclocking

Foxconn P67 Rattler Review and Overclocking

Test Setup

Our test setup today is our standard P67 rig we're sure you're all used to by now.

Foxconn P67A Rattler
Intel Core i5-2500K
4GB Kingston Genesis DDR3 2133MHz
Be Quiet Dark Power Pro
Windows 7 64-Bit


The Rattler proved to be an eager overclocker, easily taking our Core i5-2500K past a fairly standard 4.6 GHz. It quickly ran out of puff as the clock speeds increased though and in the end although we managed to boot at 4.9 GHz it quickly locked up. Backing things off slightly and with a vCore of 1.46v it was rock solid at a good 4.8 GHz. Not the highest we've seen but not inconsiderable either. 

Foxconn P67 Rattler Review

Time to get testing.

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Most Recent Comments

25-05-2011, 11:57:34

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

25-05-2011, 12:11:20

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.Quote

25-05-2011, 15:57:08

Nice IDE socket lolQuote

26-05-2011, 01:35:59

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

26-05-2011, 02:03:08

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.Quote

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