Following a public sneak peak at Computex, the guys at Tom's Hardware got the chance to play around with Foxconn's upcoming Intel X58-powered motherboard called Renaissance, plus an 2.93 GHz-clocked Bloomfield processor. Unfortunately, while no numbers have been given out some pretty pictures are available, which is acceptable given the fact that both components are more than three months away.
Just below you can see the Renaissance board in all its glory together with the X58 northbridge which will be coupled with the ICH10R southbridge. Foxconn's motherboard comes with support the new LGA 1366 socket in addition to featuring six DDR3 slots for triple-channel DDR3-1066 and 1333 configurations, four PCI-Express x16 slots (two 2.0, two 1.0) for CrossFireX setups and a very decent, copper-made cooling system. The Renaissance also has six SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, 7.1 channel audio and Gigabit Ethernet. Since it's still a few months off the board's price tag is unknown but since it is part of the Bloomfield pair it will surely be at the top end of the price spectrum.