For a little while now we've known about Gigabyte's upcoming 8N-SLI QUAD motherboard and quite frankly, we're a little excited about it. We've been on the backs of our friends from the Gigabyte marketing... Read the article.
When nVidia first launched their dual graphics platform, it initially come under some scrutiny for only offering two 8x PCI-E ports. Many months later nVidia announced their nForce 4 SLI X16 chipset which... Read the article.
Today we're taking a look at the ASUS P5WD2 Premium motherboard which is based on Intel's 955X chipset. It includes support for all Socket 775 processors along with the latest Pentium-D and Pentium XE... Read the review.
Today we take a look at Gigabyte's K8T890-9 motherboard designed for Socket 939 AMD Athlon 64's. It includes support for the latest Athlon 64 x2 processors and is based on VIA's K8T890 chipset. We compare... Read the review.
GIGABYTE Australia was kind enough to let us inside their Melbourne service center to take a close look at their operation and just exactly what goes on inside. Armed with digital camera, we visited their... Read the article.
Today we're taking a look at VIA's latest small form factor All-In-One EPIA motherboard, the SP 1300 based on the latest processors and chipsets to come from the VIA labs. This low power consumption platform... Read the review.
EPoX sent us one of their newest motherboards recently, the 9NPA+ Ultra, which is based on nVidia's new nForce 4 Ultra chipset for the AMD Athlon Socket 939 processor platform. We've compared the motherboard... Read the review.
Today we check in with a look at Gigabyte's 3D1 combo package with includes the K8NXP-SLI motherboard based on nVidia's nForce4 SLI chipset along with the innovative Gigabyte 3D1 graphics card which places... Read the review.
Mike takes a close look at the EPoX 9NDA3+ Socket 939 motherboard today which is based around nVidia's nForce3 Ultra chipset. The motherboard makes use of an AGP port instead of the newer PCI-Express... Read the review.
Today we take a look at the first retail Intel 925XE based motherboard to hit our labs and it comes from ASUS. The newest Pentium 4 chipset from Intel increases FSB to 1066MHz and removes ECC memory support... Read the review.