Foxconn's upgraded Intel 975X Express motherboard now features Core 2 and DDR2-800 support. The 975X7AB-8EKRS2H has all the good things going for it as far as an enthusiast should be concerned about: price, performance and features, though setting up can be a tricky affair.
ABIT is back into making quality motherboards if their latest AW9D-MAX is to be any indication. This 975X Express Core 2 ready motherboard is designed for the gaming crowd with customized features and great performance. The AW9D-MAX is what some might call 'Da Bomb!'
If MSI's P965 Neo left you wanting, you might want to check out the new P965 Platinum. With more complete features, performance increase and CrossFire compatibility, the P965 Platinum is built for gamers and power users, but does it have any downsides? Read on to find out.
You've probably heard plenty of Intel's P965 by now, so we thought we might give you a treat with a comprehensive preview of Gigabyte's upcoming GA-965G-DS3, one of the first G965 motherboards to sport Intel's new GMA X3000 onboard graphics engine.
Another ASRock motherboard entry to support Intel's Core 2 processor, the ConRoeXFire-eSATA2 is based on the 945P Express chipset, but sports high-end features like CrossFire and Matrix Storage, - all for a price no bargain hunter will likely pass on.
Biostar may be an underdog in the crowded motherboard market, but their latest TForce P965 Deluxe motherboard has what it takes to compete with top tier products. With a bargain price, nicely featured, aggressive performance and solid stability, this is real value for money.
Look past the retro packaging and you'll find a fully featured motherboard with a solid design no less expected from ASUS. Factor in great performance, features and overclocking bandwidth to spare, the ASUS P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition is a Core 2 Duo motherboard you'd love to have. Read on.
If you're an enthusiast or overclocker, Gigabyte's mainstream GA-965P-DS3 may slip past your radar, but you don't know what you're missing out till you've experienced first hand one of the most affordable and overclockable Core 2 Duo motherboards today. This is definitely a keeper. Read on.
You know its performance and you know its technologies. In this article, we explore the possibilities of a 1333MHz PSB on the Core 2 Extreme X6800 as well as some good old fashioned overclocking - complete with benchmarks of course.
You've seen the Core 2 Extreme X6800 and the Athlon 64 FX-62 duke it out in our Core 2 Performance Review, but now we're offering you a glimpse into the future as we try to determine what the upcoming Core 2 Extreme X6900 and Athlon 64 FX-64 will bring to the table, performance-wise.