MSI's quiet Platinum motherboard

Subject: Motherboards | March 23, 2007 - 04:17 PM |
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MSI's P6N SLI Platinum incorporates some nice features into a fairly inexpensive board.   With solid state capacitors, there is little chance of a leak, the supported 8GB of RAM helps this board run Vista, and it supports a FSB of up to 1333MHz, which gives it some future proofing.  Gigabit NIC, 2 Firewire ports and a 7.1 HD onboard audio by Azalia round out those features.  4 3GB/s SATA channels, 2 IDE channels and an eSATA port on the back give you plenty of ch

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Too much of a bling thing?

Subject: Motherboards | March 20, 2007 - 12:07 PM |
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On one hand you have the full featured ASUS Striker Extreme, with blinking LEDs and LCDs, more features than you can shake a stick at and heat pipes running every which way.  On the other hand is the ASUS P5N-E SLI, without the fancy add-ons and the same solid chipset at less than 1/2 the price.

Peeking into Bearlake

Subject: Motherboards | March 16, 2007 - 12:15 PM |
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DigiTimes now has Part 1 and Part 2 of their look at the upcoming chipset family from Intel, Bearlake.  In Part 1 they look at the main chipset, the P35 which supports DDR3 memory up to 1333MHz and will be the chipset for the soon to appear 45nm CPUs, Wolfdale (C2D) and Yorkfield who will be the quad core version.  In part 2 they look at the G33, similar to the P35 but with DX9 onboard graphics, the X38 which will replace the
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Introduction and Specifications

With the Asus M2A-VM motherboard, we give the new AMD 690G chipset another spin and compare it to a similarly priced platform from Intel using the G965 chipset and its integrated graphics solution.

The M2N32-SLI Premium has everything but a kitchen sink

Subject: Motherboards | March 13, 2007 - 11:14 AM |
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Motherboards.org has posted their review of the M2N32-SLI Premium Vista Edition, and the only bad thing they can say about it is that it doesn't support CrossFire, as it's an nForce board.  It comes with more extras than any board on the market, including a flash drive that you can use to set up Vista's ReadyBoost.  Head over to see all the o

IA EPIA NX-Series Nano-ITX Mainboard @ VIA Technologies

Subject: Motherboards | March 13, 2007 - 10:47 AM |
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Designed for ultra compact embedded systems with demanding digital media requirements, such as slimline LCD PCs and digital signage, small yet powerful set top boxes and next generation car PCs, the VIA EPIA NX-series Nano-ITX mainboard boasts the latest generation 1.5GHz VIA C7 processor, or 1.2GHz VIA Eden processor for the fastest fanless configuration.

Well laid motherboard

Subject: Motherboards | March 8, 2007 - 12:31 PM |
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[H]ard|OCP really likes the ASUS Commando, calling it "probably the best laid out motherboard I've seen to date".  They leer at it's big RAM slots, handling up to 8GB and leaving space for a big graphics card to slip in as well.  They found the heatpipe setup got warm, but they didn't burn themselves playing with it.  Head over to check out this fully loaded board, but keep an eye o

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Introduction and Specifications

The Asus P5N32-E SLI Plus motherboard combines north and south bridge chipsets from different generations to make a truly unique motherboard for the Intel Core 2 Duo platform. Does its low-price and performance combination have what it takes?

The 690 runs again

Subject: Motherboards | March 1, 2007 - 03:27 PM |
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Today we get more looks at the soon to be released AMD 690 chipset, starting off with Legit Reviews.  They find the reference boards they reviewed perfect for HTPC applications as it is the only chipset that supports simultaneous independent outputs of DVI and HDMI.   The gamers are not going to be impressed by the performance of the IGP but it certainly outperforms the old NVIDIA 430 chipset.

AMD jumps back into the chipset game

Subject: Motherboards | February 28, 2007 - 01:42 PM |
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Join The Tech Report in a look at a new board based on the new 690G chipset from AMD, MSI's K9AGM2.  These new boards won't be for sale for a few weeks yet, but you can get a good look at what to expect.  Among the features you will see are 24 PCIe lanes, although 4 are dedicated to the chipset interconnect.  As well, the integrated graphics take a big jump, they use the X1250 graphics core, based on the Radeon X700.