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Our mod of the year is well under way, and to reward those of you who took the time to vote - our first prize given away today is worth nearly £500!
Gigabyte has exclusively shown bit-tech roadmaps of its upcoming products - the most notable of which is its new Dynamic Energy Saver software which will be rolled out in Jan.
Abit loads its IX38 QuadGT with digital power regulation, fancy looks and buttons and an awesome BIOS, but has the silicon enhancement worked out well? Let's find out...
bit-tech has obtained some exclusive photos of MSI's new "HydroGen" waterblock that is due to arrive in a limited edition with its next generation Intel X48 motherboard.
Asus' latest Republic of Gamers motherboards are feature packed to the point of exploding at the edges. Thankfully you shouldn't have to fight to the death in an ancient arena, to get a hold of one of them though.
We look at the Gigabyte X38-DS5 to see if it's a worthwhile compromise for those that can't afford the higher-end X38 boards. While we're at it, we also revisit the GA-X38T-DQ6 to get a full set of performance numbers and a look at the retail bundle.
We test ATI CrossFire on 16x16, 8x8 and 16x4 configurations using the Intel X38 and P35 chipsets to see if the extra bandwidth actually makes a difference. From this we discuss what you should aim for if you've got your heart set on an Intel-CrossFire setup.
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?
DDR3 is the new memory that you will need to take full advantage of upcoming chipsets featuring technologies like XMP and EPP. We grab some modules from Kingston and OCZ to see which is better if you feel the need to upgrade.
Here in Shanghai today, MSI gave us the final details of its up coming X38 Diamond board. Richard sits down and pens the details - more curvy pipes and more lanes seem to be the flavour of the month.
Was it respun into 45nm? or was it just to rejig the internals to make it faster? As to why Intel's X38 is late - we've got some more educated answers.
Intel's enthusiast-orientated X38 chipset arrives later this month - we have a first look at Gigabyte's top of the range DDR3-based GA-X38T-DQ6 motherboard to see how things are progressing.
Get your wallets ready as details and pictures of Gigabyte's Intel X38 and AMD RD790 DQ6 boards arise.
Straight out of the gates of Rome, Asus is due to extend its enthusiast favoured Republic of Gamers motherboards with the Asus Maximus.
The MSI X38 Diamond is arriving next month will have tons of features in its flagship product, including a revised liquid Circu-Pipe heatpipe arrangement.
Intel is to launch two new technologies with X38: Extreme Memory and Extreme Tuning Utility. Good news: P35s might get it. Bad news: DDR3 only.
COMPUTEX 2007: DFI is due to revamp it's LANParty range, and the northbridge is just the start of the impending craziness.
COMPUTEX 2007: We catch sight of Intel's Turbo Memory modules for desktop motherboards in the wild, yet they won't be available to buy.
COMPUTEX 2007: Intel's 3-series chipsets and Robson technology come to Shuttle's next-gen XPCs, while the T-series is dispanded.
COMPUTEX 2007: If you thought Abit's IN9-32X MAX was good, the IX38-MAX and IX38 QuadGT come with a whole host of new features.
COMPUTEX 2007: We managed to find Intel's own next generation X38 "BoneTrail" motherboard on display. Looks promising, pictures inside...
COMPUTEX 2007: Gigabyte was showing off its upcoming X38-based products, which will come in both DDR3 and DDR2 varieties.
COMPUTEX 2007: It turns out that there's yet another 'hidden' feature in Intel's P35 chipset, as Intel has now revealed that it supports PCI-Express 2.0.
COMPUTEX 2007: Intel's upcoming X38 chipset will feature an integrated heatspreader. Pictures inside.
IDF SPRING 2007: Continuing Richard's slight obsession with everything DDR3, bit-tech grabbed a word with Corsair Co-founder, John Beekley about his thoughts on the upcoming product.