AMD's AM4 socket captured on camera
1,331 pins in a PGA format.
Swappable CPUs the norm for now, company claims.
Broadwell chips to be soldered to boards, claim sources.
One LGA1366 and one LGA2011 socket allows a perfect upgrade path, according to Asus
ASRock discloses some details about the new AM3+ socket, as well as the CPUs that will fit in it.
Gigabyte explains its side of the story in the socket burn saga.
One tech blog claims it has burnt-out pins on a board with the new LGA155 socket.
We've tested five coolers that are not only on sale now, but are also ready to fit Intel's forthcoming LGA1156 Lynnfield CPUs. Get ready for Lynnfield by bagging your LGA1156-compatible cooler before the rush. Read on to find out which can handle a big overclock the best.
CES 2008: Sapphire showed us how it plans to keep those of you on the trailing edge of the graphics industry as close to the bleeding edge as possible.
AMD has announced that it's developed a new memory technology called G3 Memory Extender that allows for higher memory capacities in Opteron-based machines.
CPU Heatsinks are getting bigger and bigger and the Cooler Master GeminII is no exception. With two 120mm fans this thing will cool your entire system, and probably vacuum the carpet as well.
Our guest today is Mr. Wendel, who brings us the latest iteration of Abit's Fatal1ty series motherboards. Does the Fatal1ty AN9 32X teach you kids how to pwn? We find out...
ECS' KA3 MVP is the first socket AM2 motherboard to support ATI's CrossFire technology. It's based on the solid CrossFire Xpress 3200 chipset with the all-new SB600 southbridge. Does its attractive price make the board a tempting buy for an enthusiast looking to run CrossFire? We have the answers for you here...
AMD will discontinue its previous top-end socket to make way for AM2, but the king of budget will live on.
Foxconn and NVIDIA worked closely to bring NVIDIA's reference design nForce 590 SLI motherboard to market. We have a look at the C51XEM2AA, the performance of nForce 590 SLI and find out whether Foxconn's latest board is any good...
Sources inside Taiwanese motherboard makers have confirmed that AMD has moved its Socket AM2 launch date forwards by two weeks.
CeBIT 2006: Sources inside motherboard makers suggest that ATI's next-generation South Bridge will be ready in time for the Socket AM2 launch in June.
We have the details on the range of processors that AMD will be introducing next year. How about a dual-core FX-62 with a 333MHz HyperTransport bus and DDR 2 support? Sounds good to us.