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CPU & Mainboard | 27th April 2009
The best things come in small packages so they say. DFI's mATX motherboard is the latest X58 mainboard to arrive at OC3D for analysis. See how it performs in our latest review...
CPU & Mainboard | 16th April 2009
The EX58-UD5 impressed us in our last Gigabyte review. Can the UD4P, the UD5's cheaper brother, make an equally strong impression? Find out in our latest review...
OC3D Articles ›› CPU & Mainboard
Matthew Fogg | 26th September 2006
Intel Unveils Details For 'Conroe - L'
Matthew Fogg | 25th September 2006
VIA Announces First Carbon Free Processor
Matthew Fogg | 22nd September 2006
Intel Pentium D 935 and Core 2 Duo E4300 to debut in January 2007
CPU & Mainboard | 6th March 2009
Often with a shrink is size comes a shrink in features. Asus aim to change that viewpoint with the ROG Rampage II Gene X58.
CPU & Mainboard | 8th February 2009
Foxconn recently released their X58 motherboard targeted towards the multimedia enthusiast. Today OC3D takes the Foxconn Renaissance for a spin around the block.
CPU & Mainboard | 7th February 2009
The age old BIOS is still going strong, but now it has a competitor in the form of EFI. MSI were kind enough to send us a test board...
CPU & Mainboard | 29th January 2009
Built by a company with an outstanding heritage in overclocking. Can the DFI X58 T3eH8 claim top spot over the other X58 motherboards already reviewed?
CPU & Mainboard | 5th January 2009
Intel's latest chipset is fast becoming very popular despite it's cost. In our latest review we get to sample Gigabyte's mid range contender in the form of the EX58-UD5.
Matthew Fogg | 20th September 2006
Core 2 Quadro Expected In November
Matthew Fogg | 19th September 2006
Intel Develops Silicon Hybrid Laser Chip
Matt Krei | 6th September 2006
DFI Cancels The Highly Anticipated LANParty UT nF590 SLI Intel Edition
Nick Sarpolis | 5th September 2006
More problems discovered with Core 2 Duo
Matthew Fogg | 5th September 2006
Volume shipments of G965-based motherboards again delayed
Matthew Fogg | 31st August 2006
AMD's Turion X2 Yokohama: The Answer To The Centrino?