Gigabyte has unveiled the X99 SOC Champion motherboard at CES 2015. Packed with features for overclocking, read on to uncover their extremities!
The Intel X99 chipset is the foundation of the ultimate desktop PC platform today. We pit two different Intel X99 motherboards from ASUS and ASRock with the top-end Intel Core i7-5960X CPU to find out what they bring to the table. Who knows, one of them could be your next motherboard upgrade!
The Intel X99 chipset is the first desktop platform to feature quad-channel DDR4 memory modules and pair with the new LGA2011-v3 CPU socket that supports the 8-core Intel Core i7-5960X CPU. Together, they are touted to be ultimate desktop PC platform. If you're not familiar, this primer is for you.
Gigabyte has released the X99M-Gaming 5 motherboard and it appears to be the first Intel X99-based board of the mATX form factor. Read on to uncover more of its hardware specifications.
The ASUS X99-Deluxe motherboard features an Intel X99 chipset that supports the extremely high-end Intel Core i7 "Haswell-E" processors. It is also the first desktop platform to support DDR4 memory. Due to its deluxe pedigree, this board has a rich feature set, and an abundant bundle of accessories to complement it. Read on to uncover its richness!
ASRock has just announced the X99 Extreme11 motherboard with 18 SATA 6Gbps connectors! It boasts of an all-digital 12 power phase design, with support for Intel Core i7 and Xeon processors in the LGA 2011-v3 package.
ECS has unveiled its mini-ITX Z97I-Drone motherboard to ride on the popularity of small form factor gaming rigs.
MSI has just announced the Z97S SLI Krait edition ATX motherboard. With its unique white-on-black color scheme, let us see what else this board offers!
Motherboard manufacturers like ASRock, Gigabyte, MSI and EVGA have posted details of their motherboards based on the new Intel X99 chipset. Read on to uncover what this new PCH has to offer!
The ASUS B85-Pro Gamer is billed as an affordable gaming board that would make a budget DIY enthusiast pleased as punch! Sporting the previous generation Intel B85 chipset, this full ATX board attempts to make up for lost time with a fine balance of performance and features. Despite being late to the party, is it really good value?