Gigabyte's GA-X58A-OC is an Intel X58-based motherboard that integrates exclusive features intended for overclockers: OC-VRM, OC-Cool, OC-Peg, and OC-DualBIOS. Intrigued? Find out more about this overclocking platform here.
With Intel's Z68 chipset still some time away, manufacturers like ASUS have been trying to drum up the high-end enthusiast crowd with special editions. The ASUS Rampage III Black Edition is one such board based on Intel's X58 chipset. Here's a closer look at this upcoming board.
With its new G1-Killer gaming motherboard series, Gigabyte has ventured into the gaming niche with all guns ablaze. We check out the flagship model in the series, codenamed G1.Assassin.
We all know that Intel's X58 platform is dedicated to the high-end segment. However, besides the extreme and expensive models, there are some that are closer to mainstream prices. Check out these relatively affordable boards from ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI.
Even the most jaded observer will be awed by these motherboards based on Intel's enthusiast chipest, the Intel X58 Express. Get ready for the most powerful and expensive boards ever reviewed in our labs.
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.
With the launch of the first 6-core processor, the Intel Core i7-980X, the spotlight is back on Intel's X58 Express chipset. What's different this time round is that vendors have updated the chipset with features comparable to newer ones like that on the Intel P55. We return to the X58 scene with two top boards from ASUS and Gigabyte and the Core i7-980X.
With one of the best prices that we have ever seen for a Core i7 motherboard, MSI's X58 Pro-E seems to have it all. Features, price and the quality from a reputable top tier motherboard vendor. Does it really have the performance to match? Find out in our rundown.