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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Four years ago we asked for colour-neutral motherboards and RGB lighting, but is it time to move on?
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Gigabyte recaptures its form with the GA-Z77X-UD5H, a board that's no slouch when it comes to gaming...
We've loved Asus' previous Gene boards, but will the Gene V continue the trend?
Gigabyte flexes its FM1 muscles with the dinky A75M-UD2H.
Is the A75MA a good home for a FM1 processor or are you better off looking elsewhere?
A P67 board that's full of features, but can they justify its high price?
Can Asus' latest RoG board make the AM3+ platform truly desirable?
The 990FXA-UD7 looks great and has a features list as long as your arm, but is it worth buying?
We've been eagerly awaiting Asus' new Maximus Gene board, but was it worth the wait?
A budget Z68 board, but can it keep pace with its P67-based siblings?
A budget board with plenty of features, but how will it perform?
Can the dinky P8P67-M Pro usurp the MSI GD-53 as our favourite P67 motherboard?
The GD53 looks like a bargain for £109, but will its performance match its potential?
ASRock's Extreme4 has plenty of premium features, but will its performance match its feature set?
Can the successor to the brilliant Sabertooth X58 deliver?
Gigabyte's new G1-branded board attempts to storm the top end of the X58 motherboard market.
X58 never stopped being fast - we test Sapphire's new LGA1366 board for overclockers.
A basic mini-ITX motherboard for your basic mini-ITX PC needs.
A small board crammed full of more features than you'll probably ever need
A fast board for Sandy Bridge CPUs, but there are reasons to be cautious.
We play with the EFI BIOS to get 4.9GHz from this excellent - and affordable - Sandy Bridge board.
The cheapest X58 board we could find, at just £135, and it overclocks well too!
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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