No matter what segment of the market you are in, there is an AM2 offering that will suit your needs. Today, MSI and Asrock take on the challenge of a new socket in the form of AM2, and do it from completely opposite ends of the market – from budget to enthusiast! Read on as we take a look at the Asrock AM2V890-VSTA and MSI K9A Platinum motherboards to see which one of these boards will work for you?
The A8R32-MVP Deluxe motherboard supports dual PCI Express x16 slots running at full speed to liberate ATI graphics cards through ATI’s CrossFire Xpress 3200 chipset. To help overclockers the board comes with Q-Fan2 and Stack Cool2 to ensure quiet yet efficient cooling. With ASUS claiming that this board shows off the real potential of the ATI CrossFire Xpress 3200 chipset, Legit Reviews takes a look and finds out they might be right!
With the arrival of AMD’s AM2 processors, does it make any sense to buy a new s939 board? After the recent AMD pricing changes the ‘old’ 939 processors pack a great price versus performance value on a mature platform. The question we answer in this review today is, “Is the abit AT8 32X the board to buy if you are staying with s939?”
The ECS C-19A is the first board from ECS that formally supports NVIDIA’s SLI Technology in Intel platforms. With 8-CH Intel High Definition Audio, DDR2 667MHz memory support and support for the latest 1066MHz front side bus Intel dual-core Pentium D processors this ~$80 motherboard packs serious bang for the buck.
Foxconn has introduced a series of affordable motherboards in the WinFast lines that are perfect for those that are budget conscious. Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the WinFast NF4SK8AA-8EKRS motherboard and compares it to the latest and greatest from ABIT and DFI! As we will see in this review, you can spend under $100 and get great performance.
Today Legit Reviews looks at the latest and greatest NVIDIA C51D Based motherboard by Universal ABIT Co., Ltd. ABIT hopes to once again capture the enthusiast market with the ABIT AN8 32X motherboard and looking at the board features it looks great on paper. Read on to see if this is the motherboard for you.
The DFI LANParty UT RDX200 CF-DR motherboard is the first board that is CrossFire certified by ATI and designed by the legendary Oskar Wu. The RDX200 is aimed at the enthusiast, but did they hit the mark? If you are in the market for a high-end AMD socket 939 motherboard read on to see if the RDX200 has what it takes!
Today we take the ECS KN1 Extreme SLI motherboard out for a spin. Looking at the specifications the board is based on NVIDIA’s NF4 chipset and features SLI technology, so should we expect to see a solid motherboard if done right. ECS told us to expect more from this SLI board than the original KN1 Extreme. Read on to see the results.
Many consumers can’t afford cutting edge enthusiast motherboards, but that doesn’t mean performance should suffer. LR takes a look at the DFI NF4 SLI Infinity and NF4 Ultra Motherboards that don’t have the bling, but are still performance heavy weights. Read on to see our thoughts on these mainstream boards!
The ECS KN1 Extreme is one of the first AMD enthusiast motherboards launched by ECS Elitegroup and is based on the nVidia Nforce 4 chipset. With a price tag under $100 this enthusiast board runs with the best of them at default speeds. Read on to see if this is the right board for you.
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at one of the most popular i955X motherboards available on the market, the ASUS P5WD2-Premium. Featuring dual core processor support this motherboard comes jam packed with the latest features one can ask for. Read on to find out if this board deserves to be the next one in your system.
Legit Reviews looks at three mobos today from motherboard maker Foxconn. With the market moving toward dual core CPU’s, you need either a 945 or 955 chipset based board to correctly utilize Intel’s newest processors. With price points driving the market, can Foxconn’s newest boards balance budget and performance?
AMD’s exclusive hold on SLI (Scaleable Link Interface) came to an end last week with NVIDIA’s release of it C19 solution. Will Intel fans be jumping for joy, or considering a major shift in their next hardware purchases? LR puts NVIDIA’s newest chipset solution to the test against the upcoming Intel i955X chipset and reveals some surprising, and some not so surprising results.
Pentium M At the end of 2004 enthusiats in the hardware industry started to take note of Intel Pentium M desktop boards as being one of the best platforms that money could buy. Using the famed Intel mobile processor, the Pentium M Dothan, and using mobile chipsets on a micro-ATX motherboard proved to be a …more