Subject: Motherboards | January 26, 2007 - 12:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP reviews a new 975X board from ASUS. The P5B-E is much like the Deluxe version that is out already, especially when it comes to overclocking. With 450MHz FSB within reach, this motherboard offers a lot for a small price. Even without a second PCI-E 16x slot, there are a lot of extras on this board, so give it a look. There were some oddities during the testing stage, keep an eye on this thread in their forums
Subject: Motherboards | January 24, 2007 - 03:35 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Fremont, CA, January 23rd, 2007 - ASUS, the world's motherboard leader, is now offering 4 motherboard models that are designed especially for the new operating system.
Subject: Motherboards | January 23, 2007 - 03:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Over at Tech Spot, you will find a review of the Gigabyte 965P-DS3P, Rev 2. With more reliable capacitors, and a few more improvements, this board gives a much better experience than the original revision. Even more impressive, it's overclocking potential is much better, as well as easier to set up.
Introduction and Specifications
The Asus Striker Extreme motherboard is a new design on the NVIDIA 680i chipset but can Asus compete with the reference design from NVIDIA?
Subject: Motherboards | January 16, 2007 - 01:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Gigabyte United, which is a joint venture from Gigabyte and ASUS, have announced the GA-N680SLI-DQ6, a board that natively supports Quad SLI and Core 2 Quad-Core processors. There isn't a lot of information, but you can glean a little more from this Gigabyte press release.
Subject: Motherboards | January 9, 2007 - 04:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HEXUS has managed to get a glimpse of the newest member of ASUS' Republic of Gamers motherboard. The Commando is based around a P965 chipset, and includes some very nice features, like a reset CMOS button (not a jumper). Tied in with these features is support for blazing fast bus speeds, in the neighbourhood of 2.28GHz! Head over and take a long look at these pictures.
Subject: Motherboards | January 4, 2007 - 03:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP reviews abit's AW9D-MAX for Core 2 Duo. It is compatible with CrossFire, and the layout is very well thought out, including the cooling for the chipset. However, they discovered one little flaw that may cause disinterest among hard core users.
Subject: Motherboards | January 2, 2007 - 01:51 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you have ever wondered exactly how a motherboard is made, PC Stats has a good article that will show you how.
Finally the motherboards undergo an 'in-circuit test' which involves testing each motherboard's circuit paths, electrical characteristics and the chips that have just been added by applying electrical current to certain specific test points on the board.
Subject: Motherboards | January 2, 2007 - 01:44 PM | Ryan Shrout
Tech Report has a review up that looks at the MSI P965 and 975X motherboards and how they compare with one another.
Apparent overclocking potential is one of very few differences between MSI's P965 and 975X Platinum. Price is another, and given just how similar the boards are, I'm not sure the 975X is worth the extra $20â€”not unless you really want Viiv support. That's not a knock against the 975X Platinum, mind you; it's the cheapest enthusiast-oriented 975X board on the market.