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CPU & Mainboard | 16th August 2007
After the success of Asus' first P35 chipset motherboard, we've been given the opportunity to test the tweaked out "Republic of Gamers" version affectionately known as the Blitz. Will it come out all guns blazing or bomb it big time? Read on to find out.
CPU & Mainboard | 30th July 2007
Abit have gone from strength to strength since their new start and they have now released a board based on the Intel P35 chipset. We take it through it's paces in our labs
CPU & Mainboard | 16th July 2007
After reviewing the Asus P5K DDR2 based motherboard just over a month ago, we were left wondering how the DDR3 based P5K3 would compare. Today we're back with both boards in a head to head DDR2 vs DDR3 battle!
CPU & Mainboard | 5th June 2007
XFX are well known for producing high-quality, high-speed graphics cards. Now they're stepping it up and getting into main-boards. I take a look at the 650i Ultra and see if they do as good a job
CPU & Mainboard | 4th June 2007
Today I'll be taking a look at Asus' first Bearlake (P35) chipset motherboard. Still based around DDR2, and with stiff competition from its elder P5B (P965) brother, how will it hold up?
CPU & Mainboard | 2nd May 2007
AMD/ATI recently released their 690G chipsets for the digital home. The Intel socket 775 version is based again on the ATI Radeon Express 1250 graphics solution, we take a look at abit's Fatal1ty F-I90HD
CPU & Mainboard | 14th February 2007
abit are most definitely back, especially after the triumphant return of the "Max" servies in the AW9D max. This time they have come out, guns blazing with an nForce 680i series chipset offering high-end SLI enthusiast performance. We take a long look...
CPU & Mainboard | 28th December 2006
Asus have a reputation of making some of the finest and most stable boards on the market. They've sent us their latest 965-based mid-range socket 775 board for their perusal and we take a good look at it in our labs.
OC3D Articles ›› CPU & Mainboard
Peter Kennedy | 21st May 2009
Asus reveals a fully hardware based overclock controller, offering on-the-fly adjustments of voltages, frequencies and access to a wealth of other features.
Peter Kennedy | 15th May 2009
Codenamed Venus, the new supercomputer processor from Fujitsu is extremely fast and efficient.
Peter Kennedy | 13th May 2009
The new P6T7 WS SuperComputer is a revolutionary and powerful Parallel Computing solution boasting dual nforce 200 chips and 7 PCI-E Gen2 x16 slots.
Peter Kennedy | 13th May 2009
After an official ruling the European Commision has handed a hefty fine to Intel for breaching antitrust laws in Europe.
Derrick Huey | 13th May 2009
Asus gives a quick sneak peek at what's in store for RoG on the AMD front.
Peter Kennedy | 12th May 2009
If you are looking to build an HTPC, casual gaming PC or a media hub the Zotac ION may be the platform for you.
Gaurang Shah | 11th May 2009
Intel is on the verge of joining Microsoft as an antitrust offender of the European Union and is likely to be fined by the European Commission this week.
Gaurang Shah | 8th May 2009
AMD's Fusion project is finally on track; it has announced the merger of its GPU developing unit ATI with its CPU developing unit.
Gaurang Shah | 7th May 2009
Intel's new 32nm Arrandale CPU will support switchable graphics that will allow users to turn the IGP off and switch to a discrete chip for graphics processing.
Gaurang Shah | 6th May 2009
Intel is getting ready for a dual launch in June - that of its fastest Core i7 975 and the Core i7 950.