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CPU & Mainboard | 9th December 2013
The latest in the growing range of G1.Sniper motherboards is on the Z87 chipset, and much cheaper than you could possibly imagine.
CPU & Mainboard | 29th November 2013
The MSI Gaming range is one of our favourite series at the moment, and with the Z87M Gaming it's now available in a compact form.
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Peter Stoba | 29th September 2009
Chip giant AMD are getting ready to begin trials of their new 890GX and SB850 chipsets.
Peter Stoba | 28th September 2009
ASUS are planning to add a micro ATX motherboard to their P55 range.
Peter Stoba | 27th September 2009
The upcoming 6 core'd processors will feature a much improved heatsink and fan combo.
CPU & Mainboard | 13th November 2013
It's been two years to the day since the launch of the Rampage IV Extreme. And now it's back, in black *cue AC/DC*
CPU & Mainboard | 4th November 2013
Does the Asus Maximus Formula have what it takes to tempt our purse strings?
CPU & Mainboard | 1st October 2013
Today we look at the 4th Generation i5 from Intel, the 4670K. Is this the true successor to the i5-2500K? What is the overcloking like without the hyperthreading?
CPU & Mainboard | 13th September 2013
The raft of Z87 motherboards keeps coming and today we're reviewing the Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H, an LGA1150 motherboard in the price sweet spot.
CPU & Mainboard | 3rd September 2013
The LGA2011 socket has failed to capture the public's heart, does the IvyBridge-E refresh manage to win us over?
Peter Stoba | 24th September 2009
Intel demonstrate their processors can continue getting smaller and smaller.
Peter Stoba | 23rd September 2009
Intel have unveiled their fastest ever mobile processors, aimed at the high end market.
Peter Stoba | 22nd September 2009
AMD's six core'd processors are confirmed for a 2010 release!
Peter Stoba | 18th September 2009
DFI have come up with a solution that allows you to run two systems from one motherboard.
Peter Stoba | 16th September 2009
The latest VIA platform brings truly silent hardware, capable of playing HD video, into a tiny package.
Peter Stoba | 15th September 2009
CPU giant AMD has confirmed they used the Deneb core for some of their Athlon II processors.