All Product Articles tagged ‘motherboard’
ASUS has just announced their new range of Intel 8-series motherboards with support for Intel's upcoming 4th-generation Core CPUs. Introducing a new look for some of its Intel Z87 boards, ASUS has also complemented them with a slew of new and exciting features. We showcase some of what we're allowed to report from the seminar.
MSI reveals their first Intel Z87 motherboard and it's from their much hyped Gaming lineage. We take a good first look at their upcoming MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming Motherboard in this preview article.
The MSI Z77A-GD65 is a good looking board featuring the Intel Z77 Express chipset and boasts of MSI's Military Class III components for reliability and durability. If you've not seen it yet, now's your chance to get acquainted with the board and start your countdown to the availability of Ivy Bridge CPUs.
You can't have an IT show without notebooks, PCs and networking peripherals. So no matter what computing products you are looking for, we've got you covered on the best deals that the vendors have to offer.
Despite news of the delayed volume shipments of successor CPUs to the current Sandy Bridge processors, we press ahead with our sneak peek of a board featuring the upcoming Intel Z77 Express chipset - the ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe. With or without the processors, the show must go on!
The soon to be released Sandy Bridge-E processor (also known as the Extreme Edition) with new X79 motherboards were spotted at IDF 2011's tech showcase.
Platforms that are based on the AMD's A75 chipset and Llano APUs have started to seep in. An ECS A75F-A Black Deluxe with an AMD A8-3850 APU reached our testing grounds recently. Here's our quick take at these new mainstream offerings.
During our week at Computex Taipei, we managed to chat with ASUS' Jackie Hsu on the future of its ROG brand, the design process at ASUS and more. Read all about it here.
Intel shared their vision of companion computing and their plans with the Atom platform. We also took a tour of Intel's booth.
Intel showcased a live running demonstration of the Sandy Bridge for the first time in public. Catch the demo in full HD video, plus motherboards based on the upcoming Intel 6-series chipset which would be used with the Sandy Bridge processor.