The Gigabyte G1.Assassin is the flagship motherboard in the GIGABYTE G1-Killer series. Based on the Intel X58+ICH10R Chipset, this features a gun clip heatpipe design, 16 power phase design, Dual CPU Power and Driver MOSFETs for the best in power stability. Gigabyte also put on Sound Blaster X-Fi Digital Audio Processor with X-Fi Xtreme Fidelity for superior audio to make your games sound better. Read on to see how this board does as it costs $510 and for that price it better be perfect!
It has been a few years since Sapphire has put out a new motherboard. Here we are though, getting ready for a look at their first Intel motherboard since the days of the Intel Pentium 4! The Sapphire Pure Black X58 supports USB 3.0, SATA 6, and CrossfireX for starters! Is the Sapphire Pure Black X58 motherboard going to be the right board for you? Read on to find out!
BIOSTAR products don’t come into the Legit Reviews test lab very often, and when they do, they don’t disappoint. Or at least they haven’t yet. Today we have the chance to take a look at the new TP67XE from BIOSTAR. This particular board is based on the Intel P67 series chipset. Featuring support for Crossfire and SLI, it promises to be a very full featured board. It may be full featured but it’s not priced like it! How will it perform against the other Intel P67 boards we have looked at? Read on to find out!
Sandy Bridge is more than just a powerful CPU, it’s also one of the most powerful integrated graphics processors ever seen. Coupled with the ECS H67H2-M motherboard we get into Blu-ray playback performance and bitstreaming HD Audio. Could a Sandy Bridge CPU and H67 be the future for your HTPC? Read on to find out!
GIGABYTE Motherboards have always employed a wide variety of colors on them. At least until now. The GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 motherboard features the all new blacked out color scheme! First impressions, they look great! Unfortunately, looks won’t do anything for performance. Today we are going to take the newly designed GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 out for a test drive. While it looks great, the question will be does it perform? Read on to find out if the performance matches the looks!
ECS is trying to gain a foothold in the “Extreme” motherboard market. They are trying to do this with the Black Extreme series of motherboards. Today we are going to look at one of the the Black Extreme motherboards, the ECS P67H2-A Black Extreme. We were able to take a sneak peak of it in late December 2010, and it looks promising! How well is the ECS P67H2-A Black Extreme going to perform when we compare it to several other Intel P67 motherboards? Read on to find out!
The MSI P67A-GD65 is the next motherboard to come across the Legit Reviews Intel Sandy Bridge test bench. Our first article featured the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe as well as the ASUS P8P67. Both of these boards did a bang up job and set the bar high. This will give the MSI P67A-GD65 P67 based motherboard something to strive for. Will the MSI P67A-GD65 meet that challenge or will it crash and burn? Read on to find out!
Now that the N.D.A.’s have been lifted, we can give you the low down on the new Intel P67 chipset, A.K.A. Sandy Bridge. In this article we will take a look at two new ASUS P67 motherboards. The first motherboard is the entry level ASUS P8P67. The ASUS P8P67 features USB3, SATA6, and CrossfireX support. The second board is the top tier of the ASUS P8P67 series, the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe has all the features of the ASUS P8P67 plus SLI, a 16+2 phase power design and more! How will it perform against the Intel P55 system? Read on to find out!
Today we have the opportunity for you to take a sneak peak at one of the new Intel P67 motherboards. All of the P67 motherboards will be hitting the shelves of stores near you soon, but we wanted to give you a peak at the ECS P67H2-A Black Extreme. We aren’t going to give you any performance numbers on the ECS P67H2-A Black Extreme, Yet! Check back often for more of these previews to come, and ultimately the performance numbers!
Are you trying to build a great performing Intel X58 system? Are you trying to do it on a budget? GIGABYTE may just have the board that you are looking for! The GIGABYTE GA-X58-USB3 retails for only $179.99 and if it lives up to the GIGABYTE name, you know it is going to offer up some great performance! Read on to see how it performs in our battery of tests and see if we can get some extra performance by overclocking our Intel Core I7 950 with this “budget” board!
Today Legit Reviews gets to look at the second revision to the GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD3R. Just as in the original design, it’s loaded with features along with a few new ones like a twelve phase power design (compared to the original’s eight) and an extra USB 2.0 port that keeps the port powered even when the computer is turned off. Read on to see if it earns a spot in your computer.
ASUS has sent over some pictures of their upcoming Intel P67 Express chipset powered motherboards and today we are going to show them to you and give you an idea on what you can expect on the next generation of motherboards. These motherboards are for the upcoming Intel ‘Sandy Bridge’ processors that use a new CPU socket called LGA 1155. The upcoming LGA 1155 socket is rumored to be launching during CES 2011 and you got to see these new boards!
Are you looking for an Intel X58 motherboard that offers good stability, all-around compatibility and extreme durability? ASUS designed the Sabertooth X58 motherboard to not only look great, but to also deliver on the impression it gives off. The Sabertooth comes with a longer than average 5-year warranty and is based on Intel’s X58 Express and ICH10R South Bridge chipsets for support of the latest Intel LGA1366 Core i7 processors.
So you need more CPU power than what a single Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition processor can provide? Look no further than the EVGA Classified SR-2 motherboard. Anyone who has been following along the enthusiast motherboard industry knows exactly what this motherboard is all about. We take it for a spin with two high end Hexa-core Xeon processors and look what kind of performance you can expect if you can afford a platform like this!