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CPU & Mainboard | 8th June 2009
The DK series of DFI boards offer value for money yet bundles of performance. Can the X58 varient of the DK series follow suit or have DFI stripped too many goodies from the Ultra?
CPU & Mainboard | 5th May 2009
Budget does not always mean a comprimise on performance. Gigabyte's entry level X58 motherboard might just throw up a few surprises in our latest motherboard review...
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Mike Reilly | 24th January 2007
VIA VN896 with VIA Chrome9 IGP core supporting DirectX 9.0 and ChromotionT 3.0 offers rich visual Hi-DefT experience for notebooks and ultra portable devices.
Matthew Fogg | 24th January 2007
Nvidia has apparently poured US$3 million into a tiny Canadian outfit called Acceleware Corp. Want to know why? Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 23rd January 2007
An Italian overclocking team has managed to get a Pentium 4 631 all the way to 8000Mhz. Read on to find out more...
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...
CPU & Mainboard | 25th March 2009
Introducing the MSI X58 Pro - A diamond in the rough or just plain dog rough? Find out in our latest X58 motherboard review...
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...
Matthew Fogg | 18th January 2007
Intel's ramping it up for Penryn. Read on to find out more...
Matt Krei | 17th January 2007
This is a short guide which will teach you the basics for overclocking Intel's latest processor, the Core 2 Duo on a motherboard using an Intel chipset.
Mike Reilly | 17th January 2007
Foxconn has unleashed the N68S7AA-8EKRS2H motherboard with the revolutionary NVIDIA® 680i SLI chipset driving a range of Intel multi/single-core processors. Read inside for more details...
Matthew Fogg | 11th January 2007
The 1.8GHz Core 2 Duo E4300 should be a real treat for the overclocker. Having a default FSB frequency of 200MHz and a rather high multiplier of 9x (the same as the Core 2 Duo E6600 has), this CPU should overclock much simpler than junior models of the E6000 series. Read on to find out more...
Kunal Pathak | 9th January 2007
Intel has now officially released Core 2 Quad.
Matthew Fogg | 5th January 2007
Abit has announced their latest Intel® P965 chipset based motherboard for CoreTM2 Quad/Duo processors, the abit AB9 QuadGT. Read on to find out more...