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Asus, MSI and Gigabyte reveal some tasty HTPC motherboards based on AMD's new Zacate APU.
We test Asus' smallest board capable of carrying a 6-core CPU.
We build our own all-in-one multi-touch PC, but everything doesn't go quite as planned...
Asus challenged us to test the fact that its P6TD Deluxe can overclock a Core i7-920 D0 to 4GHz - and run it overclocked, all day, everyday. We put its claims to the test, and show you BIOS settings so you can get the same results at home.
Our first (of many) P55 motherboard reviews starts, as ever, with Asus' Deluxe. It's expensive and bridges an awkward middle ground between Republic of Gamers and lesser featured boards, but does it still command excellent Asus quality and must have features that makes it a must buy?
The first LGA1156 motherboards are just starting to trickle into the bit-tech labs. As we're still being held at bay with the performance numbers, we take a look at Asus' particularly striking P7P55 Deluxe to see what kind of features we can expect from the pending range.
With DDR3 prices dropping faster than the FTSE, AMD's AM3 motherboards, like the Asus M4A79-T Deluxe, are becoming really quite attractive. Built on familiar M3A79-T technology - one of our favourite AM2+ boards - does the latest generation offer an equally great buy?
Asus lets bit-tech in on its secret new X58 motherboard and oh my, does it look fully featured - overclocking, energy efficiency, serial attached SCSI (SAS), SLI (?), CrossFire and even the kitchen sink!
While we've been inundated with P45 boards from across the breadth of the motherboard world, Asus is the first to us with a BIOS that works well. We take it for a full spin to see if Intel's highly anticipated new mainstream chipset is a worthy successor to the massively popular P35.
We take a quick first look at the new Asus P45-based Republic of Gamer motherboard: the Maximus II Formula. We also have a look at the company's new feature packed P5Q3 Deluxe WiFi-AP @n to see what's hot, what's green and if it's potentially worth the upgrade.
We test AMD's new Phenom 9600 Black Edition to see what kind of performance it offers at stock speed, and also what it gives away for free. Will this have the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 quaking in its boots?
Draft-n Wireless, Embedded Linux, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, Silent heatpipes, Dual PCI-Express Gen-2 x16 lanes, six SATA and just 5 seconds from turning on to getting on the net. Has Asus created the ultimate motherboard for us?
Asus P5K3 Delxue WiFi AP is the DDR3 version of the P5K Deluxe with an updated heatpipe array and support for DDR3 1333MHz FSB. Is the new memory technology worth investing in? We take an in depth look at DDR3 to try to find out.
Intel continues its yearly launch of new chipsets with the P35, formerly named Bearlake. We take a first look at the Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi AP, and see if this chipset is a worthy evolution from the fantastic P965.
Asus has designed its P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition motherboard around Intel's recently-released P965/ICH8R chipset combination. It incorporates a mamouth feature set, but do these features make a great motherboard? We have the answers for you here.
Today, we have a look at the ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe WiFi Edition motherboard. It's another fantastic looking board from ASUS, but looks aren't everything - does it perform as well as it looks? We have the answers right here...
COMPUTEX 2006: ASUS' M2R32-MVP Deluxe mobo looks to have removed the power regulation problems present in the A8R32-MVP Deluxe by using 8-phase power.
ATI claims that the CrossFire Xpress 3200 is the most overclockable chipset ever. Specced up by Macci, and coupled with trademark ASUS stability, is the A8R32-MVP Deluxe going to be the best motherboard we've seen?