The Foxconn NF4K8MC motherboard, based on the NVIDIA nForce4 chipset, was a mid-range motherboard designed for AMD Athlon 64 processors. It featured an ATX form factor, supporting socket 939 CPUs, and was popular during the early 2000s.
Key features included four DDR DIMM slots supporting dual-channel memory, AGP 8x and PCI Express x16 slots for graphics cards, and multiple SATA connectors for storage. It had integrated audio, LAN, and FireWire ports, making it suitable for various computing tasks.
The motherboard offered stable performance but lacked some advanced features found in high-end models. Nonetheless, it was reliable for its time and was used in many gaming and productivity systems.