nForce 590 up for examination

Subject: Motherboards | October 25, 2006 - 03:48 PM |
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Three different AMD nForce 590 motherboards are getting the complete work over at HotHardware.  If you are not thinking about jumping to Intel's Core 2 Duo, these are the top contenders for AMD based platforms.  Find out which boards top out their list.

Source: HotHardware

nFORCE 590 SLI and Core 2 Duo, together at last

Subject: Motherboards | October 23, 2006 - 02:49 PM |
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The Tech Report is pinching themselves, just to make sure they really do see a 590 SLI for Conroe.  The previous nForce, the 570 SLI was not really anything to get excited about, it was essentially an nForce4 board.  Now they have their hands on ASUS' P5N32-SLI, so drop by to see how this implementation worked.

Dual video with an onboard graphics card

Subject: Motherboards | October 16, 2006 - 03:50 PM |
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The ASUS M2NPV-VM is very handy for putting together a simple system.  With onboard audio, LAN and a graphics chip, it sets up very easily.  Even better, you can use monitors that require dual DVI, because the onboard graphics card can be used while another PCI Express card is running.  Don't plan on an SLI setup though, the onboard graphics isn't really designed for gaming.  Read all about this board at TweakTown.

"Added to this is the fact that the GeForce 6150's onboard graphics controller can be enabled at

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Subject: Motherboards
Manufacturer: Gigabyte
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Introduction and Specifications

The Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3 motherboard offers Intel Core 2 processor support for a much lower price than the other motherboards we have reviewed here. Is it worth putting into your next system?

Sneak Peek at the upcoming nForce 680i SLI for Intel

Subject: Motherboards | October 13, 2006 - 02:49 PM |
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nVIDIA has sent us a look at the reference board for the soon to be released nForce 680i SLI.  Motherboard manufacturers have the actual board, so it should not be too long before we start seeing previews of their versions.  Notice the passive cooling on the two chip north and south bridge combination, as well as the three PCIe x16 slots for graphics cards....what could NVIDIA be up to now? 


Source: NVIDIA

Abits got a pair of Core 2 Duo boards

Subject: Motherboards | October 11, 2006 - 03:09 PM |
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Abit may well be turning into the comeback kid.  After fading to relative obscurity, these last few months have seen them releasing quite a few new boards.  The newest are up for review at The Tech Report, the AB9 Pro, based around the P965 northbridge is a very solid board, and the AW9D Max with it's P975X offers support for Crossfire and also features solid state capacitors instead of electrolytic ones.  That last feature may decide anyone who has had problems with leaking caps in the past.

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Subject: Motherboards
Manufacturer: Asus
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Introduction and Specifications

The Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe has become one of the favorite AM2 motherboards since the processors launch this summer. We take some time to review the board and find out if it is worth all the discussion.

Hot rodding Mini-ITX baord?

Subject: Motherboards | October 5, 2006 - 03:32 PM |
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The Tech Report has found a mini-ITX board from Albatron that seems to have a lot more power than most of the other boards that size.  At $310, it does have a lot to prove though, so head over to find out how well it performs.

Crossfire on a LanParty

Subject: Motherboards | October 3, 2006 - 01:56 PM |
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DFI's new LanParty UT CFX 3200-DR is a feature rich CrossFire board.  With 2 x16 PCI-E slots, 2 PCI Express x1 slots and three PCI slots, you have more room for cards than you will need, considering the onboard sound and gigabit ethernet.  Hot Hardware pits it against the nVIDIA based ASUS A8N.

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Manufacturer: Asus
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Introduction and Specifications

The Asus P5B Deluxe was one of the first motherboards to use the Intel 965 chipset. Just recently, a new ATI drive and BIOS from Asus have enabled CrossFire support on it, right as we were finishing up testing. Does this board have what it takes to make it as your Core 2 motherboard?