The Aerocool Qx-2000 mATX casing was designed specifically for gamers who want a powerful system in the smallest form factor possible.
The ECS H55H-CM is the company's take on Intel's latest mainstream H55 Express chipset.
A new wave of Intel processors hit the market earlier this month at the annual Consumer Electronics Show and along with these new Socket LGA1156, dual-core mainstream models for both the mobile and desktop, there are new chipsets to support them. Indeed, there are plenty of new model names to add to the jargon but here to shed some light, we present you with the MSI H57M-ED65, which is based on the Intel H57 Express.
Intel has unleashed a wave of low-power, 32nm dual-core processors with integrated graphics for the new year. To match these LGA1156 processors and unlock its graphics capabilities, you'll need a motherboard based on Intel's H55 Express chipset. We check out five such boards and give our verdict.
The micro-ATX form factor appears to be the choice for motherboards using the AMD 785G chipset, including this latest version from DFI. With some enthusiast-friendly features, including its Auto Boost System, can the DFI LANParty BI 785G-M35 stand out from the rest?
With its updated integrated graphics core, AMD's 785G chipset has been embraced wholeheartedly by vendors looking to capitalize on its mainstream appeal. MSI for instance has four variants available and today, we'll be looking at an AM3 version, the MSI 785GM-E51.
Playing HD videos without a hitch using integrated graphics has been a goal that Intel reached with its GMA X4500HD, which has full HD hardware acceleration. But what about the other variants in its lineup, like the G41 and 43 chipsets? We explore this with the MSI G41TM-E43.