Small form factor PCs have often compromised on the performance aspect, but with the Intel H55 Express chipset and its relatively decent integrated graphics, this is set to change. Gigabyte's latest mini-ITX board hopes to change our mindsets about tiny boards and their capabilities.
MSI's charm offensive towards the enthusiast segment continues unabated as we check out the company's booth at Computex 2010. Super-speed and super-powered products await, so step right in to get updated!
Feast your eyes on the two most extreme motherboards in the market now from Gigabyte and MSI, both equipped with an unprecedented number of expansion slots.
Bringing SATA 6Gbps functionality and a slightly updated graphics core to its mainstream integrated graphics chipset, AMD's 880G chipset is an incremental improvement over its 785G predecessor. Three boards from ASUS, Biostar and Gigabyte gets tested and reviewed.
Along with the launch of its first 6-core desktop processor last month, AMD also refreshed its high-end enthusiast class 890FX chipset. We got four vendors, ASUS, Biostar, Gigabyte and MSI to send us their representatives for this 890FX roundup of the top boards in the market.
If you thought the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula (AMD 890FX) was an extreme board, wait till you take a peek at the what's in store with the Crosshair IV Extreme motherboard sporting a Lucid Hydra chip for multi-vendor GPU horsepower. Check out what ASUS dropped in our virtual mailbox.
The last of the 'Big Three' of motherboard manufacturers, MSI decides to send us its upcoming AMD 890FX board, the 890FXA-GD70. Here's what you can expect from this high-end board.
As motherboard vendors prepare to launch updated chipsets like the 890FX and 880G from AMD at the end of the month, we managed to snag a couple of ASUS' upcoming models for this sneak preview.
As AMD prepares its own 6-core desktop processor for launch, we take on another bunch of AMD 890GX motherboards from ASUS, ECS and Jetway to find out which mainstream 890GX board is for you.
MSI gets into the SATA 6Gbit/s and USB 3.0 game with the P55-GD85, an upgrade to the P55-based GD-80. Besides its auto-overclocking OC Genie feature, what else can you expect from this board?