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May 16, 2013
Asus unveils the full range of Z87 motherboardsThe new motherboards make the most of Z87 capabilities, with offerings from Asus, Republic of Gamers (ROG), The Ultimate Force (TUF) and WS (workstation) series...
Feb 27, 2013
Gigabyte launches Thin Mini-ITX motherboards for All-In-One PCsThe new Gigabyte H77TN and B75TN motherboards let users create their own slim and compact All-In-One (AIO) PC designs that adhere to Intel’s AIO PC specifications...
Feb 19, 2013
Asus announces TUF Series Sabertooth motherboard with PCI Express 3.0Asus has announced its TUF Series Sabertooth 990FX/GEN3 R2.0 motherboard, which the comapny claims is one of the world’s first AMD-based motherboard to
Feb 05, 2013
Drivers for Gigabyte Ultra HD resolution support now availableGigabyte has launched the latest driver version for Intel’s HD4000 graphics, which provide support for Ultra HD 4K resolutions using the Intel Collage technology.
Jan 24, 2013
Intel to stop motherboard productionIntel is stepping out of the motherboard market. According to AnandTech, the chip giant has announced that after 2013, it will no longer produce and sell its
Jan 10, 2013
Asus P8B75-V ReviewAsus has taken a different path altogether with the P8B75-V. Let’s find out why it’s special and how it performs as compared to its low-cost rivals.
Jan 09, 2013
CES 2013: Gigabyte motherboards debut 4K resolution using Intel Collage TechnologyGigabyte has announced support for 4k display resolutions using multiple standard 1080p displays with Intel Collage display technology. The new collage feature
Jan 08, 2013
ASRock H71M-DGS ReviewYou might want to consider this motherboard if you're on a shoestring budget to build a new PC.
Jan 02, 2013
ASRock B75M ReviewASRock is known for its motherboards that are good value for money, and its latest B75M is no different. Let’s find out what this budget-friendly board has to offer.
Dec 19, 2012
Gigabyte GA-H61N-D2V ReviewAn all-in-one PC is the best solution for crammed desktops. However, if you want a monitor of your choice, then a lunchbox-sized PC such as the Zotac ZBOX would be most ideal. But if you want something really small and powerful, with the option of customising the hardware that goes in the box, then building a small form factor PC is the way to go.