With NVIDIA still being the only place to go to get your SLI fix, we take the ASUS P5N-T Deluxe out for a spin to see where the new NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI stands in today's chipset market. If 3-Way SLI is high on your to-do list, you might want to see what ASUS has to offer.
MSI's X38 Diamond succeeds its older P35 Diamond flagship motherboard with better overclocking and power efficiency, a more comprehensive storage solution and support for quad-GPU solutions. Other highlights such as Creative X-Fi audio and SkyTel VoIP are still there too. Check out the full review here.
You've certainly heard of Hybrid SLI being in the works for ages, but today at CES, NVIDIA officially announced Hybrid SLI technology and a slew of products for this new ecosystem. What a way to start 2008 with a bright upswing and we've got the full details for you.
The latest attempt by Foxconn to establish itself as a serious enthusiast brand is also its most successful. The Foxconn MARS, hopefully the first of many in their Quantum Force series, has all the makings of high-end motherboard goodness. It overclocks great too. Read on.
AMD officially launches their 7-series chipset today in conjunction to the hugely anticipated Phenom processor. Inside, check out what this new chipset means for AMD's Spider platform and take a look at some of the upcoming AMD 790FX motherboards from MSI and Gigabyte.
The abit IP35 Pro was abit's top Intel motherboard before the arrival of the Intel X38 chipset, but with the IX38 QuadGT launched, is the board still a good choice for the power user? We took the IP35 Pro for our usual spin and found a solid performer not to be overlooked.
The new ASUS P5E3 Deluxe has been one of the most anticipated Intel X38 motherboards because of hype that it would come with Linux onboard. Well, the ASUS Express Gate isn't really a full blown OS, but it opens a whole new world of practical computing even for the average Joe. Read on.
We return to Gigabyte's stables to give their high-end X38 based DQ6 series another go. This time, we take the DDR3 GA-X38T-DQ6 out for a spin instead. How does the GA-X38T-DQ6 fare in comparison to the DDR-only GA-X38-DQ6? Find out inside.
Foxconn surprised us by introducing their first Intel X38 motherboard under the Digital Life line of boards instead of the performance Quantum Force series. However, the X38A proved to be no push over, coupling great performance, an interesting feature set and a price hard to say no to. Read the full review inside.
MSI's latest mainstream all-in-one motherboard runs on NVIDIA's new GeForce 7150/nForce 630i mGPU chipset. Its features are nothing to shout about, but having a NVIDIA GPU in the Intel IGP market means finally getting decent compatibility for games and 3D applications alike.