Subject: Motherboards | December 20, 2005 - 03:00 PM | Jonathan Hung
Seems like a lot more GeForce 6100 reviews are hitting the web. Today TweakTown has a review of the Foxconn 6150K8MA-8EKRS (try saying that three times quickly!) which uses NVIDIA GeForce 6150 chipset and comes in a mATX form-factor. If you're looking for a budget HTPC, this Foxconn may be what you're looking for!
If that Foxconn is a bit "ghetto" for you, then maybe the DFI NF4 SLI-DR Expert board reviewed at TBreak is more your style.
Subject: Motherboards | December 19, 2005 - 02:00 PM | Jonathan Hung
Legit Reviews has an article on the DFI RDX200 CF-DR motherboard posted. This motherboard is probably one of the more important CrossFire motherboard releases since DFI has been consistently setting the standard for enthusiast features. How does it stack up against the venerable DFI NF4 SLI-DR?
"Dropping the memory divider to 166 and the CPU multiplier to x8 allowed me to push the board all the way to 309FSB, not too shabby at all. One issue I'd like to point out is the heat generated by the chipsets.
Subject: Motherboards | December 9, 2005 - 06:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
DFI has once again delivered a motherboard with more options and extras than most even knew existed. If you can't stop playing with settings, head to PC Stats to get a look at all the features you can tweak on the LANParty UT NF4 SLI-DR.
"Like the previous model, the DFI LANPartyUT NF4 SLI-DR Expert motherboard is based on the nvidia nForce4 SLI chipset. It supports all Socket 939 AMD Athlon64/FX/X2 processors on the market, and is geared for gaming performance.
Subject: Motherboards | December 6, 2005 - 06:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HEXUS reviews the Gigabyte GA-Gi975X motherboard, an Intel motherboard with a nifty new idea. This isn't just northbridge cooling, but fully integrated ducting and 40mm fans seperating the CPU from the rest of the mobo.
"Gigabyte has decided that overclocking should play a large part in the GA-G1975X's makeup, and a
couple of plastic ducts are designed and implemented to cool the hot-running components in and
around the CPU socket area."
Here are some more Motherboard articles from around t
Introduction and Specifications
Asus is one of the first to get a CrossFire ready motherboard out on the market; and this one should fit in the mainstream budget quite well...
Subject: Motherboards | November 25, 2005 - 05:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AnandTech received a nice surprise whe reviewing the entrance level ATI chipset based A8R-MVP from Asus. While this board is farily inexpensive and targeted at entrance level users, the features on the mobo and it's overclocking ability are impressive. The likely suspect in this case being the use of the ULi M1575 southbridge.
"If we always went with our assumptions, there would be no reason at all to test motherboards, and
thankfully, our first opinions are often proven wrong in the actual testing.
Subject: Motherboards | November 22, 2005 - 12:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
VIA's new K8T900 chipset is making the rounds today, so if you can pull yourself away from that shiny new Xbox, take a look at what they've included. Legion Hardware is a great place to start, to get a good idea how inclusive VIA made this chipset.
Don't forget to come back and read Ryan's review as well.
"The K8T900 is one of the best chipsets VIA has produced in quite some time and as it stands,
could be one of the best AMD64 chipsets available.
Subject: Motherboards | November 21, 2005 - 12:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Report has a look at one of the latest AMD motherboards from ASUS, the A8N32-SLI. One of the neatest features is the integrated heatpipe, to keep your northbridge happy.
Then, check out John's review of the EPoX 8NPA SLI, see which fits you better.
"Asus' A8N32-SLI Deluxe is the first nForce4 SLI X16-based Athlon 64 motherboard to hit the
market, and it's more than just a simple refresh of Asus' nForce4 SLI design.
Introduction and Specs
EPoX unleashes the world's first Socket 754 nForce 4 SLI motherboard. This product has all the markings for an amazing gaming system, but how does it compare to other PCI-Express systems out there?
Subject: Motherboards | November 17, 2005 - 11:59 AM | Alex Marsters
The Sapphire Pure Innovation PI-A9RX480 is a very distinctive looking board, built around the
ATI 200P chipset. With one x16 PCIe slot, 2 normal PCIe, 2 PCI 2.2 slots, and built in audio, LAN and firewire, this board seems to have everything you would need. Read the full review at BigBruin.
"Tell me, isn't that one of the purdiest boards you've seen seen since the Soyo Dragon KT400