Subject: Motherboards | January 20, 2005 - 11:45 AM | Ryan Shrout
A little birdie tipped me off with some new information on a NVIDIA nForce4-based dual Opteron board from Abit that is due to be released in February. The board specifications are pretty impressive, and include SLI support as well as 4 SATA II ports and dual Gigabit ethernet connections. Even more interesting is the fact that I am told that this board does not require registered memory and will work with standard non-ECC and non-registered memory modules, saving considerable costs on system. And with the
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Asus spares no expense with their Intel 915P motherboard offering. The P5GD2 Premium comes with nearly everything you can think of and more.
Introduction and Specifications
The Abit Fatal1ty AA8XE motherboard is the first in a series of products aimed squarely at the gaming community, featuring the brand of the world's #1 gamer. Can it live up to the hype?
Subject: Motherboards | January 5, 2005 - 05:24 AM | Chris Wiles
|Albatron decided to stick with the current Socket 478 processors on this model. This allows existing P4 users to migrate over to the PCI-E world without having to buy a new processor.|
Subject: Motherboards | January 4, 2005 - 12:00 AM | Mark McKee
It looks like DFI has done it again. DFI has made another great overclocker according to Hardcoreware.net's review of the DFI Lanparty 875-T LGA 775 Motherboard. If your looking for an intel board this is for you.
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.