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We've had a play with some P55 boards in the labs and come up with some interesting revelations about Intel's upcoming CPU.
DFI's latest LANParty board is built on the 790FX platform for AMD AM3 CPUs is a yellow and black update to the AM2+ M2RSH. Has DFI changed anything underneath to make it a better buy? Or is it in the same mould with the same limitations? Read on to find out.
We've got our hands on an early, working sample of Gigabyte's upcoming P55-based GA-P55-UD5 motherboard. It's another LGA1156 hoping to win the hearts of early Lynnfield adopters, so we've had a look at the board to see what you can expect if you opt for a new Intel and Gigabyte system in the Autumn.
AMD's Phenom II goes from strength to strength, and this new dual core Black Edition CPU promises some large overclocks for very little cash. Is it enough to take on Intel's 45nm Wolfdale and become our recommendation for a bargain buy?
The Athlon brand lives on! AMD's latest CPU is a 45nm, 3.0GHz exceptionally budget friendly processor, ready for DDR3 as well as DDR2. Is it a monster overclocker and all round Intel E5200 killer?
CeBIT 09: Biostar's next generation Intel P55 board claims the CPU will run DDR3-1333 - faster than Core i7 - but it'll also OC to 2,000MHz.
CeBIT 09: We check out G.Skill's new heatsinks (memory) cooling goodies and is it making a watch?
AMD CPUs finally get support for DDR3, but does it make a difference? We put the latest Phenom II X4 810 and 805, as well as the X3 720 and 710 through their paces on DDR2 and DDR3 platforms to see how they stack up against the competition.
G.Skill's 1,600MHz kit for Core i7 CPUs runs at a tidy 8-8-8-21 and includes a smart, G.Skill design on some dark blue heatspreaders. How does it compare to the more elaborate Corsair DHX+? Read on to find out.
Intel's new Core i7 processors have some massive memory bandwidth potential, but what betters performance - high clock or low latency? Also, do you need expensive triple channel memory or will dual or even single channel DDR3 do? Read on to find out.
We've got the top three winners to the DHX+ mod competition sponsored by Corsair - check inside to see who won.
Come up with a cool heatsink fin design for Corsair’s new DHX+ memory cooler and you could pocket 6GB of Dominator DDR3 memory in this worldwide competition!
This time around we've got a pair of performance Patriot Viper modules and some inexpensive Elixir memory to see which DDR3 kit offers the best package, best performance and best value for money.
With everything else tested, we put our math cap on and cracked out the calculators to work out which platform is the best punt for your pound. Does the supreme Core i7 performance warrant the extra cost it demands? Read on to find out!
Finally Corsair has updated its industry leading DHX! We've got our hands on the latest Corsair Dominator heatsinks for some close up action.
Nvidia's latest Intel MCP with integrated 9-series graphics has arrived, and we get to grips with its specs and new features to see if this could be a real G45 or even P45 killer.
For those of your wanting to jump onto the DDR3 bandwagon and ensure they have enough memory for gaming, in this first part we take a look a three reasonably priced 4GB DDR3 kits ranging from 1,600MHz to 1,800MHz and see what's hot, what's fast and if it's good value.
Memory manufacturer Corsair has beaten all rivals to claim the biggest overclock for a DDR3 module yet, using its Dominator DDR3 RAM to achieve a frequency of 2462MHz.
AMD has released a roadmap detailing its plans for the server and workstation market up to 2010, and there's some drool-worthy new tech on its way.
We look at Gigabyte's DDR3-based X48T-DQ6 motherboard which offers a wealth of features, including Gigabyte's new Dynamic Energy Saving system with 12-phase power regulation. Does Gigabyte make the new X48 chipset shine with DDR3?
We look at XFX's Nvidia nForce 790i Ultra SLI motherboard to find out if it offers that much more than Intel's X48 or even its own nForce 780i SLI. Do higher prices automatically get you more performance? The answers are inside.
DDR3 modules supporting both EPP 2.0 and XMP are technically possible, but it may not happen because it's a branding nightmare.
Earlier in the week, we chatted to Intel ahead of next month's Intel Developer Forum to discuss some of its future products... Nehalem and Larrabee to be specific. It looks like 2009 and onwards will see all the major players fight on multiple fronts.
Nvidia has launched its ultra powerful, ultra expensive "enthusiast" DDR3 chipset - nForce 790i Ultra SLI is here! We dive into the technology behind it in this first look to see what all the fuss is about.
UPDATED: Corsair has announced new additions to its power supply, DDR2 and DDR3 product lines ahead of CeBIT next week.
Carrying on from DDR1 and DDR2 in Part 3, Ryan investigates what makes DDR3 so special, by looking in-depth at its unique features like the Fly-By topology, Read/Write levelling, Dynamic On-Die Termination & ZQ Driver Calibration.
If 2007 was the year when DDR2 prices hit rock bottom, 2008 looks like it will be the year when DDR3 becomes affordable.
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.
In the second part of this series on PC memory technology, Ryan investigates the secrets behind mobile DDR and self-refreshing technologies, power down modes and chip packaging technologies.
Usually it's Corsair or OCZ hitting new heights in memory speeds, but for once it seems that A-Data is getting in on the blazing fast DDR3 action with some Vitesta DDR3-2000X.
Ryan Leng and bit-tech investigate memory technology to give you a detailed, but easy to digest read, into one of the most fundamental parts of a PC.
Corsair and Super Talent provide us with some super fast DDR3 running at a blistering 1,800MHz and 1,866MHz respectively. What can the ultimate memory give to your system? We find out.
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.
MSI's P35 Diamond features the same CircuPipe cooling system as the P35 Platinum, but comes with a few added features like a PCI-Express X-Fi, a SkyTel Skype card and DDR3 memory. Do these ingredients create a better board than the Platinum?
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.