Subject: Motherboards | April 6, 2006 - 01:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Taipei, Taiwan; March 24,
2006 — ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
(ASUS), the worldwide leader of motherboards, today introduced the
micro-ATX-formed, Dolby and Viiv-certified motherboard — the N
growing universe of digital content in the comfort of living room.
Core Duo Comes Home
Asus has the first Core Duo desktop motherboard ready for public release and we wanted to share it with you even before we had a chance to benchmark it completely.
Subject: Motherboards | March 30, 2006 - 01:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Report examines ABIT's AN8-32X, a nVIDIA based board with some very useful features. Among the things that make the board stand out is passive chipset cooling that really seems to work and an in-built fan controller. Read the whole review to get an idea at ABIT's strategy for returning to enthusiast boards.
"The first step in Abit's bid to reclaim the enthusiast market could be the AN8 32X, a Socket 939
Athlon 64 motherboard based on NVIDIA's nForce4 SLI X16 chipset.
Subject: Motherboards | March 23, 2006 - 06:33 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Motherboards.org reivews the ATI based ECS KA1-MVP Extreme motherboard. Native support for Crossfire and a very colourful scheme are just 2 of the more noticable features, and there are many more waiting to be discovered, if you only click the link.
"A solid board backed by a good price, sprinkled with much needed features in the way of exotic
options, and you've got yourselves a winner here from ECS.
Subject: Motherboards | March 21, 2006 - 03:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
USI President C. Y. WEI stated that with the new partnership, the ABIT brand would receive USI's full resource backing and support. In addition, USI will not only assist ABIT with world-class manufacturing, but will also help accelerate ABIT's product diversification, improving ABIT's competitiveness in the marketplace. At the same time, channel and end-customers can also benefit greatly with ABIT being able to leverage USI's global service network, greatly improving overall customer satisfaction.
Subject: Motherboards | March 17, 2006 - 03:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Inquirer spotted a server board form IWILL at CeBIT with 16 DIMM slots. While the maximum number of DIMMs that can be used varies based on the speed, the addressable memory is only limited by the OS. While a 32 bit OS maxes out at 4 GB, a 64 bit can handle 16 Terrabytes ... now if only I could find a 1TB DIMM for sale.
Introduction & Specifications
At a glance the Gigabyte GA-G1975X has all the markings of a great enthusiast motherboard. But does its ability to overclock well make up for its design flaws?
Every detail is covered from motherboard cooling, installation, to audio performance.
Subject: Motherboards | March 15, 2006 - 03:56 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Since nVIDIA has aquired ULi, it is likely that the Epox EP-9U1697 will be one of very few motherboards using the ULi1697 chipset. The performance of this board is quite good, especially when attempting overclocks, though there are fewer features than on other boards in the same price range. Read the full review at AnandTech.
"Our initial impression of the Epox EP-9U1697-GLi upon opening the box was one of interest.
Subject: Motherboards | March 8, 2006 - 04:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
X-bit Labs was not impressed with the A8N32-SLI the first time they looked at it. Once they fixed the settings in the BIOS, and utilized the newest nForce4 drivers, their opinion changed. Not only is the board worth a look, you get an idea just how difficult it is to ensure everything is tested right when you are reviewing a product.
"In our recent review of the Nvidia nForce4 SLI X16 chipset and of the ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe
mainboard based on it we met a nu
Subject: Motherboards | March 3, 2006 - 03:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
It's not a final product by any means, nor is it even a working beta, but it is likely to bear some resemblance to the final product. TweakTown snapped some shots of Gigabyte's upcoming AM-2 motherboard in Taiwan.
"The pictures you are about to see are of a motherboard which is a 'dummy', meaning it doesn't
work and it is still very much a prototype, as the Chinese characters indicate in this article's
icon at the top (and no I cannot read Chinese characters, yet!).