ABIT offers a peek at their new P965 chipset based motherboard

Subject: Motherboards | July 5, 2006 - 12:20 PM |
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AnandTech recently received an AB9Pro from ABIT for Socket775.  While this evaluation version does not yet support Core Duo processors, you can have a look at the performance with a single core chip.

Source: AnandTech

Socket AM2 From ASUS

Subject: Motherboards | June 28, 2006 - 01:55 PM |
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Drop by [H]ard|OCP for their review of the impressively decked out M2N32-SLI Deluxe.  This motherboard's features and extras are so inclusive, it even comes with a fan and assembly to be used in systems with watercooling.  Add the fact that with a little fiddling, the memory bus broke 400MHz, and you have a board worth your consideration.

Source: [H]ard|OCP

This board goes to 240

Subject: Motherboards | June 26, 2006 - 01:58 PM |
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[H]ard|OCP put a lot of effort into pushing the Foxconn C51XEM2AA to the fastest FSB they could.  While it can reach 250, it was far from stable, and while not an amazing overclock, when you consider this is a brand new chipset, it speaks well of the potential for the nForce 590 as it matures.

Source: [H]ard|OCP

AM-2 Boards from Foxconn & Gigabyte

Subject: Motherboards | June 22, 2006 - 03:38 PM |
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Drop by AnandTech for a look at 2 AM-2 boards, both using the nForce 590 chipset.  They can help you decide between the feature rich Foxconn, or the well laid out Gigabyte offerings.

Source: AnandTech

A Radeon a LANParty

Subject: Motherboards | June 1, 2006 - 05:49 PM |
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This new LANParty board from DFI, based on the Radeon 200 chipset comes with most of the slots done in bright yellow and orange, possibly a warning sign about the power of this board.  [H]ard|OCP managed to get the LANParty RDX200 CF-DR to boot up at a 300MHz FSB, though it wasn't exactly stable.  Drop by and see how far it can be pushed before it starts to push back.

Source: [H]ard|OCP

VIA Launches Ultra Low Power VIA EPIA CN Mini-ITX Mainboard

Subject: Motherboards | June 1, 2006 - 12:43 PM |
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Taipei, Taiwan, 1 June
2006 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip
technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced the VIA EPIA
CN-Series Mini-ITX mainboards, the latest in the range of VIA C7
processor-based ultra compact platforms

ABIT of renewel for their motherboard lineup

Subject: Motherboards | May 30, 2006 - 04:08 PM |
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ABIT's newest socket 939 motherboard, the AN8 32X puts some spark into the 939 socket.  With AM-2 just hitting the streets, this board instead utilizes the improvements upon the NForce 4 chipset, and has an incredible amount of features.  [H]ard|OCP has the full review, what are you waiting for?

Source: [H]ard|OCP

The newest motherboard chipsets from ATI and nVIDIA

Subject: Motherboards | May 25, 2006 - 03:39 PM |
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ExtremeTech spills the beans on ATI and nVIDIA's newest series, the CrossFire Xpress 3200, and the nForce 500.  ATI has extended their existing 3200 series, while nVIDIA has changed almost everything.

Don't forget to read Ryan's sneak peek, there is a lot of info on these 2 chipsets to learn.

Source: Extremetech

abit Launches Fatal1ty AN9 32X Motherboard

Subject: Motherboards | May 25, 2006 - 11:38 AM |
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May 23, 2006
Universal abit is proud to unveil its next generation
of Fatal1ty gaming motherboards. Tested and approved by fivefold professional
world champion Johnathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel, the Fatal1ty AN9 32X
is Built to Kill!
 

Source: ABIT

nForce 500 series arrives in time for Socket AM-2

Subject: Motherboards | May 23, 2006 - 04:17 PM |
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Bjorn3D takes a look at the nVIDIA nForce MCP 590 series.  With 4 different takes on these AM-2 boards, there should be something to interest everyone.

"The NVIDIA nForce® 500 family of MCPs support dual-core AMD® Socket AM2 processors and are available

in four different versions:

NVIDIA nForce® 590 SLI MCP for hard-core, do it yourselfer (DIY) enthusiasts

NVIDIA nForce® 570 SLI MCP for the performance, dual GPU segment

Source: Bjorn3D