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CPU & Mainboard | 4th July 2014
If you want a cheap gaming system, or an inexpensive overclocking tool, the latest Pentium could be just the thing.
CPU & Mainboard | 26th June 2014
If you're in the mood to put your overclocking hat on, then Gigabyte might have the answer to your prayers with the Z97X SOC Force motherboard.
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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 | 13th June 2014
Finally the new CPUs are here to go with the Z97 motherboards. We take a look at the range topping i7-4790K.
CPU & Mainboard | 3rd June 2014
The MSI Gaming is back, and today we're taking a look at the middle model in the Z97 range, the Gaming 5.
CPU & Mainboard | 19th May 2014
Today we're reviewing the first of the Gigabyte Z97X motherboards, the Gaming 5. How does it stack up?
CPU & Mainboard | 12th May 2014
The first of the Z97 ROG boards is the Maximus VII Hero. An affordable Z97 option with all the ROG bells and whistles. How does it perform?
CPU & Mainboard | 11th May 2014
That collection of capitals must mean a new MSI motherboard, and today we look at the Z97 MPOWER MAX AC.
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.