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Subject: Motherboards | December 9, 2004 - 02:00 AM | Mark McKee
Those of you interested in ATI's motherboard chipset, might want to take a look at a review of the Gigabyte GA-8TRX330-L motherboard. You can find it over at Extreme Overclocking.
Subject: Motherboards | December 7, 2004 - 09:20 PM | Ryan Shrout
Despite what other might be saying, it would seem that Asus is indeed still making their K8T890-based 939-pin motherboard for Athlon 64 processors and PCI Express GPUs. Specifications are below from this link at Asus.com.
Subject: Motherboards | December 7, 2004 - 05:42 PM | Ryan Shrout
I am sitting here at the NVIDIA Editor's Day and we have some interesting information that no one told me we couldn't share yet, so I'll pass it along.
First, the opening discussion with Jen-Hsun, CEO of NVIDIA, brought about some interesting news about SoundStorm audio. Without any of the usual pestering from the media in the room, he specifically mentioned that there was "still a lot of room for innovation" in audio technologies, "trust me." He also stated point blank that they had continued development of SoundStorm audio and that rebuilding it was "going to be awesom
Subject: Motherboards | November 18, 2004 - 10:50 PM | Ryan Shrout
This might be old news, but I just saw that Asus has added the A8N-SLI motherboard to their website. This of course is their nForce4 SLI motherboard that supports dual PICe graphics cards. Expect an article on it very shortly. Here is the specification list:
Subject: Motherboards | November 11, 2004 - 10:33 AM | Ryan Shrout
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Subject: Motherboards | November 1, 2004 - 02:34 PM | Ryan Shrout
Abit today unleashed the Abit Fatality brand of motherboards, based on the 925XE chipset for the Intel LGA775 platform. Check out all the details on Abit's website.
The Fatal1ty AA8XE motherboard integrates no less than five cooling technologies that keep the Fatal1ty AA8XE cool in the heat of battle.
Subject: Motherboards | October 26, 2004 - 11:39 PM | Ryan Shrout
Let's start out the motherboard review list with one by our very own Jonathan Hung.
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"First would be the sheer amount of drive connectivity.
Subject: Motherboards | October 22, 2004 - 04:26 PM | Ryan Shrout
Looking around this afternoon I found this page on Iwill's website that is pointing to two new SLI motherboards -- on based on the nForce4 chipset and one based on the Intel 7525 (Tumwater) chipsets. Both are also dual processor boards at that! These are definitely high-end workstation class motherboards, but I am sure some of you hard core gamers and enthusiasts will take note of it.
Subject: Motherboards | October 22, 2004 - 04:23 PM | Ryan Shrout
ABIT Engineering comes to the nForce3 platform: NF8 motherboa
Subject: Motherboards | October 19, 2004 - 06:23 PM | Ryan Shrout
It looks like Abit is going to be the first out of the block with a retail AMD PCI Express motherboard, using the VIA K8T890 chipset.
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Subject: Motherboards | August 13, 2004 - 02:01 PM | Ryan Shrout
After doing some snooping around the Abit booth here at Quakecon, I came across a motherboard that I definitely didn't recognize. What I had was the first prototype of the Abit Fatal1ty motherboard.
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The quick and dirty basics I got on the board were that it was a 925X-based Intel 775-pin platform (obviously) with some added twea
Subject: Motherboards | July 18, 2004 - 02:15 AM | Ryan Shrout
Subject: Motherboards | July 2, 2004 - 05:30 PM | Geoff Baker
If you are needing an upgrade, but the prices of a 939 cpu put you off, you might want to check out this review of a relatively inexpensive Socket 754 solution. Decent overclocking and great game performance doesn't require a fortune.
Quote: "We've just posted a review of Abit's K8T800 Pro powered socket 754
motherboard, the K8V Pro.
Subject: Motherboards | June 23, 2004 - 03:16 AM | Geoff Baker
Quote: "During this test session we will study the performance of the new LGA775 platform from Intel and will compare the speed of new LGA775 processors running on i925T Express platform with that of the Socket 478 processors running on an i875P platform.
Subject: Motherboards | June 18, 2004 - 06:16 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) is being proposed as the new alternative to the old BIOS. The BIOS sufferes from many limitations, which have been spotlighted by the advent of more readily available 64bit proccessors. kernelthread.com takes a look at the issues and benefits of this new firmware interface for motherboards.
In a "modern" setting, the old-fashioned BIOS has severe limitations, even though it has seen numerous tweaks, impr
Subject: Motherboards | June 11, 2004 - 01:07 AM | Geoff Baker
If the initial prices on 939 boards and chips has you scared off, you might take a look at this roundup of 5 of the more affordable socket 754 boards. Going through the review you'll no doubt notice the similar performance on benchmarks.
Subject: Motherboards | June 7, 2004 - 02:41 AM | Geoff Baker
Anandtech has put together this photo review of what was on display at Computex. You might be seeing a lot of these systems for sale this year. Don't forget to check out our coverage of the Via Technology Forum that took place as well.
Quote: "...As the showcase for all the stuff that's coming, Computex is a sea of new motherboards.
Subject: Motherboards | June 2, 2004 - 06:47 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Conspracy theories surround the proposed new format for motherboards, BTX or Balanced Technology eXtended. It is not very popular with many people, and this article gives some of the reasons.
There are other complaints about BTX, one major one being that Intel seems to be the only one interested in pushing it, which further supports the conspiracy theory that it's just a way to deal with their extremely hot p