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CPU & Mainboard | 11th October 2012
Finally Gigabyte have reintroduced a "7 series" motherboard. Does the UP7 live up to its lofty predecessors...
CPU & Mainboard | 21st September 2012
The long awaited upgrade to the problematic X79-UD5 is finally upon us. Has the long gestation fixed the issues? Read on...
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James Napier | 17th May 2010
ASUS and OC3D have teamed up to give you all the chance of winning an drool-worthy P55 based Maximus III Extreme motherboard.
Derrick Huey | 17th May 2010
Overclockers on a budget may still have a hope for a cheaper hex yet.
Derrick Huey | 13th May 2010
Overclockers' hopes of a cheaper, unlockable quad-to-hex core appear to be dashed.
CPU & Mainboard | 8th August 2012
The second in our look at the Maximus V motherboards comes in the form of the Formula ThunderFX.
CPU & Mainboard | 31st July 2012
You can be certain that a new chipset will mean a new ROG board, and today we look at both Maximus V models. First, the Extreme.
CPU & Mainboard | 16th July 2012
Today we take a look at the latest board from MSI, the Z77A GD65, which now sits at the top of their range.
CPU & Mainboard | 22nd June 2012
We finally get our hands on the sequel to the insane EVGA SR2, the much anticipated EVGA SR-X Classified.
CPU & Mainboard | 18th June 2012
With the latest Z77 chipset on board we take a look at the Gigabyte Sniper 3 and see if it matches its predecessors.
James Banks | 28th April 2010
USB 3.0 being the fastest thing out there is something manufacturers do not want to pass by and ASUS have come out in all force promoting their USB 3.0 working a long side a lot of big names.
James Banks | 27th April 2010
MSI reveals the Military certified mainboard, USB3.0 and SATA 6GB/s transfer speed and unlocking technology!
James Banks | 21st April 2010
Intel has been working hard at their Core’s on all levels from the top end to the bottom to satisfy the needs of the different consumers.
Milind Chidrawar | 20th April 2010
The Republic of Gamers have quite a treat in store for prospective AMD buyers...
James Banks | 19th April 2010
With a high demand for more power in netbooks Intel are stepping up and giving the users what they want with the dual core Atom’s.
Gaurang Shah | 30th March 2010
Leading systems manufacturer ASUS has revealed that its workstations and server motherboards are now ready to support the new Xeon 5600, Core i7-980X, and Xeon W3680 processors from Intel.