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CPU & Mainboard | 19th May 2015
If you've got a LGA1150 processor and have been looking enviously at the USB 3.1 support on the X99 chipset, help is at hand thanks to the MSI Z97A Gaming 6.
CPU & Mainboard | 12th May 2015
MSI have updated their XPOWER motherboard to include all the latest technologies, we put it through its paces.
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Derrick Huey | 18th September 2010
Gigabyte shows off a couple of their P67 motherboard designs at the Intel Developer Forum.
Milind Chidrawar | 8th September 2010
The king of Socket AM3 motherboards has arrived in our labs...fancy a sneak peak?
Bryan Waters | 8th September 2010
We recently reviewed a Fuzion equipped P55, and now we're previewing the only multi-GPU AMD motherboard available, the MSI 870A Fuzion.
CPU & Mainboard | 5th March 2015
AMD's FM2+ has just released a new Quad core Unlocked APU which maght just be the budget performer we were looking for, let's see.
CPU & Mainboard | 28th January 2015
We finally get our hands on the Sabranco long enough to run it through our suite of benchmarks. Does it go as nicely as it looks?
CPU & Mainboard | 21st January 2015
Does AMD's FX Linup still have some life in it? Let's see.
CPU & Mainboard | 7th January 2015
The FM2+ Socket may be a budget socket, but who says that it can't get the ROG treatment. Lets see how it performs.
CPU & Mainboard | 10th December 2014
Time to take a look at a seriously affordable motherboard from ASUS, the Z97 Pro Gamer.
Derrick Huey | 27th August 2010
The Core i7 950 essentially becomes the 930's successor.
Ben Short | 6th August 2010
Today we get to see some leaked images of the ASUS Rampage III Formula.
Derrick Huey | 28th July 2010
AMD's first southbridge for their Fusion chips may bring integrated USB 3.0 support this year after all.
Ben Short | 26th July 2010
The P6X58D-E hits a record low price of £149.99
Derrick Huey | 26th July 2010
A new roadmap detailing a variety of upcoming AMD processors, including a couple Fusion cores, has been released.
Derrick Huey | 23rd July 2010
The inherent design of Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge platform may make traditional clocking a bit difficult.