Items tagged with Mobo

DigiTimes is reporting that the impending release of Windows Vista has some motherboard and video card manufacturers worried that their excess inventory of low-end products that don't support Vista will be completely devalued. "With Windows Vista up and coming, makers of motherboards and VGA cards are now worried they will incur losses from their inventory of low-end products that do support Microsoft's new operating system (OS), according to industry sources. The makers are now raising the proportion of shipments to emerging markets and government purchases, worrying that if they are unable... Read more...
Hello Everyone. Just in case you're the type that like to immediately scroll down the page and jump right to the news, we're wanted to let you all know that we've just posted an NVIDIA nForce 590 SLI AMD Edition motherboard round-up, where we pit Gigabyte's GA-M59SLI-S5, ASUS' M2N32 WS Pro, and MSI's K9N Diamond motherboards against each other. Click the link below to find out which one we thought was best... Read the entire article right here. Please Digg this article to share with others and support HH... Read more...
Recent HH Forum n00b sladesurfer shows us how it is done.  Slade's super clean cabling job would make even ol' BW envious.  Tip number 1 - route those wires and tubes anywhere but over the motherboard... Boy's got some water coolin' going on in there too.  Very niiiice slade-man, very nice.... Read more...
Our friends at the Tech Report have a review on-line today detailing Abit's P965-based AB9 Pro and their 975X Express-based AW9D-MAX Core 2 compatible motherboards. As usual, the crew at TR does a bang-up job covering all of the finer points of each product. "Abit has beenon the comeback trail since its acquisition by USI, and we've been impressed by the company's recent AN8 32X and AT8 32X motherboards for Athlon 64 processors. Intel's Core 2 Duo has become the processor of choice for PC enthusiasts, though, and we've yet to see what a reinvigorated... Read more...
[H]Enthusiast has just posted a review of an nForce 570 SLI based motherboard from EPoX, aptly named the MF570SLI.  It was a flawless performance, but the crew at [H] gave the board relatively high marks overall.  EPoX has consistently made some nice motherboards, they just don't have the presence of some of the larger Tier 1 manufacturers. "Overall the EPoX MF570SLI showed to be a very stable and dependable motherboard. You do need to be aware of some of the caveats listed above and we highly suggest using the beta v91.33 video... Read more...
DigiTimes reports that both AMD and Intel are making moves which are frustrating motherboard vendors. With regards to Intel, vendors are less than thrilled to see the company aggressively pulling in the launch dates for Woodcrest, Conroe, and Merom. With products launching months ahead of schedule, motherboard vendors now need to creatively figure out a way to get rid of existing product as attention will certainly drift towards the new platform once it is launched. In terms of AMD, the AM2 platform is not offering the same performance promises of Intel's new architecture. Regardless,... Read more...
Just in time for the weekend, Fudo has posted an interesting bit of news regarding the next motherboard ATI will be cooking up for Intel. Apparently, we won't be seeing any earth-shattering changes in this next iteration aside from the switch from DDR to DDR2 memory. However, Fudo does leave us with a hint regarding the next motherboard to follow and suggests we might even see HDMI (and likely a much more powerful IGP). The next motherboard based on ATI Radeon Xpress 200 chipset is scheduled for Q1 2006 and will be known as Grand County 2. Intel... Read more...
The folks at Anandtech are taking a look at a new flagship-level workstation motherboard from ASUS. Based upon Intel's new 975x chipset and boasting features such as Crossfire AND SLI support (with the appropriate driver), this could very well become the workstation board of choice for those looking for an Intel-based workstation motherboard.We have to give Asus credit for bringing an Intel based workstation board to market at this time, considering the performance advantages that AMD holds in this area currently. The Intel 975X chipset is on a level playing field in performance with the NVIDIA... Read more...
Nighttime news is here for your enjoyment. Also available for your enjoyment, is Jason's look at Asetek's WaterChill CPU/VGA/Chipset Power kit. Asetek has been know to make decent products, but is it worth the $349MSRP? Let's found out... Asetek WaterChill CPU/VGA/Chipset Power kit - KT12AT-L30 "Asetek's latest addition to their WaterChill line of products, the KT12AT-L30, is also known as the WaterChill Extreme Edition. Sporting a massive radiator which hosts three 120mm fans, water blocks for your CPU, VPU, and Chipset, and a pump that moves about 900L/H, this kit seemed very promising.... Read more...
It's Monday already? Yeah, I guess so. Well, that just means more news for you guys :) If you've been shopping around for a new motherboard recently, then take notice! Dave has reviewed the ASUS A8N Premium motherboard. ASUS has long been know for their quality products, but will the board live up to the "Premium" name? Only one way to find out... Asus A8N SLI Premium - NF4 SLI For AMD Refined "So, Asus did what we've been hoping many others in their competitive arena would do, take what is an already killer nForce 4 SLI for AMD based design and make it better. Better you say? How... Read more...
Hey folks, the work week is back in full force, and so is the news. In the chaotic war of "Do video games rot your brain?", a new battle seems to have been won by the gamers. How do games help this time? Apparently they speed up your visual processing. The article starts off by saying "but when they're ready to go out they can find their keys quicker than the rest of us"... yeah, right. That's one area where video games haven't helped me :( ASRock K8 Upgrade 760GX Motherboard @ PC Perspective "The main advantage of supporting two different CPU packages is clearly the ability... Read more...
Good morning everyone, welcome back :)  With the sun shinning bright and work fast approaching I think it is time for your AM update.  So, go grab a cup of Joe and settle in...  EPoX 9NPA Ultra (nForce 4 Ultra AMD) Motherboard Review @ TweakTown "EPoX sent us one of their newest motherboards recently, the 9NPA Ultra, which is based on nVidia's new nForce 4 Ultra chipset for the AMD Athlon Socket 939 processor platform. We've compared the motherboard against the nForce 4 SLI chipset to find out if there are any differences in performance in a non-SLI system setup. If you're on... Read more...
Good evening everyone, welcome back :)  Sorry about the late start today, my new laptop developed a "small" problem which resulted in an exchange.  So, after spending a few hours reloading software and kicking myself for not backing up the My Documents folder I am ready to rock. Go grab a drink and settle in, it is time for your nightcap.  PimpRig Review: DFI LanParty UT nF4 SLI-DR Socket 939 Motherboard "Here are a couple of features that are targeted directly towards folks like us. If you are like me, my main rig is rarely completely put together and often runs on... Read more...
Good Afternoon everyone, sorry about that later start today, yours truly got tied up in a meeting.  Nonetheless, the inbox is getting full and time is running short so let's get down to business...  500 Watt Power Supply Comparison @ HardcoreWare "To keep up with ever-advancing CPU's, video cards, and other components, Power Supplies have to get more powerful and advanced all the time. Occasionally, we like to collect some power supply units from various manufacturers, and contrast them in the latest test configurations."  Albatron Px915P4/G4 Pro Review @ Techware Labs... Read more...
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