Intel has officially launched their new Xeon Scalable Processors family, which streamline its current generation Intel Xeon E7 and E5 series. The next-gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors family are marketed as a scalable, computing platform that is targeted at data centers riding on new waves of growth.
Now that Intel's X Core family has been revealed, we've rounded up all the X299 boards announced so far from the major brands to give you an overview of what’s available (in case you've got the upgrade itch).
Kaby Lake may not be that compelling an upgrade over Skylake, but the new roster of Intel Z270 motherboards could make you think again. Dressed up in LEDs, armored exoskeletons, or even a delicious titanium color, board makers are trying harder than ever to woo you over
AMD's hotly anticipated Ryzen processors have finally dropped, and gamers and enthusiasts finally have an option other than Intel when it comes to selecting a CPU for their next rig. After all the hype, how does AMD's Zen microarchitecture hold up to Intel's recent Kaby Lake launch in the real world?
What do you do when you want to build the most powerful rig that money can buy? You look at one of these motherboards. Intel's X99 platform supports the new 10-core Intel Core i7-6950X and up to 4-way SLI/CrossFire, and these boards are among the best on the market. Here's how they stack up against each other.