Subject: Motherboards | February 28, 2007 - 11:47 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Sunnyvale, Calif. -- February 28, 2007 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today introduced the AMD 690 series chipset, the company's first chipset to bring together the combined strengths of AMD CPU and platform technology with the industry-leading features of the ATI Radeon™ X1250 GPU.
Subject: Motherboards | February 22, 2007 - 06:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP has the new incarnation of the P5N32, utilizing the nForce 6 chipset. The newest and most interesting feature of this board is that whiel it is a 650i chipset, it functions as a 680i chipset. You get x16 SLI mode, SLI memory support, GPU Ex support, and LinkBoost. Check out this stellar performer, and maybe even pick one up instead of the EVGA 680i board.
Subject: Motherboards | February 19, 2007 - 02:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ASUS P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP P965 Express has a name as long as the list of features on the board. Based around the Intel P965 Express and ICH8R, with 'Azalia' audio, dual Gigabit LAN plus 802.11b/g, Firewire, optical SP/DIF audio output, and Serial ATA II RAID support. It also has two 16x PCIe and one 1x slot, head over the PC Stats to see what else they included.
Subject: Motherboards | February 12, 2007 - 03:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ECS AMD690GM-M2 motherboard features the AMD 690G Chipset with an AMD RS690G Northbridge, an AMD SB600 Southbridge and an ATI A-Link. It's onboard ATI Radeon X1250 graphics chip offers a nice feature, it can use up to 512MB of system memory for its frame buffer. With only 1 PCIe 16x slot, the board is aimed at the price concious consumer, and you can find out a lot more about it on TweakTown.
Subject: Motherboards | February 7, 2007 - 02:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
One of the most interesting things about DFI's ICFX3200-T2R/G, based on the RD600 chipset is that it has 3 PCIe x16 slots. The first 2 run at x8 speeds when used in Crossfire mode, as you might expect, and
the third slot operates at x2 speed making it handy for a Physics processor. [H]ard|OCP was also intrigued by the system's BIOS which allows far more control than most and you can save four different BIOS configurations which can be bound to hot keys. Head on over to find out the rest
Introduction and Specifications
The 975X enthusiast chipset has been on the market for some time now. Abit offers a refreshed version of their 975X line with the AW9D-MAX. Does supporting dual graphic slots for Crossfire, dual gigabit Ethernet ports, 7.1 channel sound on a daughter card, 100% solid state capacitors and Silent OTES 2 cooling on the chipsets bump this 975X product to the top? Read on to find out.
Subject: Motherboards | February 1, 2007 - 02:35 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
nVIDIA seems to be taking the world of chipsets by storm, with only Intel's newer chipsets for Core 2 competing. There is another player trying to make it's name though, and is mostly due to scarcity that it hasn't. The RD600 chipset supports Crossfire, and as X-bit Labs discovers, it likes overclocking just fine. Head on over for the full review of the DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G.
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.