Pictures of Gigabyte's upcoming Touch BIOS have been posted on the unofficial Gigabyte blog as well as Gigabyte's Facebook page and they're detailing what appears to be a Windows utility rather than an actual graphics UEFI. In fact, if anything these new screenshots bring more questions with them than they answer.
Although Gigabyte showed off one of its P67X motherboards at CeBIT in the beginning of March, that board has as yet to turn up, but the company has quietly added a couple of other boards from its P67X series to its website. The two models are the P67X-UD3 and P76X-UD3R, both of course using the
We're still not sure about the Aivia branding on Gigabyte's gaming peripherals, but its latest mouse addition, the M8600 wireless macro gaming mouse looks pretty interesting despite a very long and somewhat awkward name. It's Gigabyte's first wireless gaming mouse and one of only a handful wireless gaming mice on the market.
GIGABYTE has launched its latest premium graphics card, the GeForce GTX 590 (GV-N590D5-3GD-B). With two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 500 Series GPUs on a single PCB and high speed GDDR5 memory, the GV-N590D5-3GD-B is "the world's fastest DirectX 11 graphics card on the planet for gamers who need top performance". The M8000X gaming mouse that is
Gigabyte has annouced the M7800E wireless mouse, expanding its diversified product portfolio from motherboards to laser mice. The stylish mouse sports a “matt black” coating and boasts a 1600 DPI laser sensor, on-the-fly DPI switch, a battery life of up to six months, and an ultra-compact receiver. Pricing and availability has not been announced yet
GIGABYTE has announced on Friday that they have begun shipping motherboards with the new B3-stepping Intel P67 and H67 Express chipsets. The products are expected to be available as early as this week, when shipments start to clear customs in markets around the world.
The folks at GIGABYTE have released a set of pictures showcasing their upcoming Intel X58 Express chipset-based overclocking motherboard, the GA-X58A-OC. There are quite a number of cool features on the board, so we shall take a quick look at them. Join us!
Gigabyte has released a free tool that supposedly checks if the SATA ports you are using are affected by the Intel 6 series chipset flaw.
With killer looks and killer features including the Bigfoot Networks Killer E2100 and true Creative X-Fi audio onboard, GIGABYTE is set on killing the competition with its new G1-Killer Assassin motherboard. In this preview, VR-Zone.com checks out the latest addition to the company's Intel X58 Express motherboard line-up.
GIGABYTE acknowledges Intel 6 Series chipset problem, will deliver updated boards once chipsets are available
GIGABYTE has acknowledged Intel’s alert regarding the 6 Series chipset SATA port degradation problem. In a short press release, the motherboard manufacturer stated that they will deliver new motherboards with updated chipsets once the new chipsets become available.
GIGABYTE has launched the GreenMax, a performance energy saving family of PSUs aimed at mainstream users. Available in 350W, 400W, 450W, 550W, 650W, 750W and 850W variants, these 80 PLUS Bronze certified PSUs are ATX12V v2.3 compliant and boast multiple 12V rails, sleeved cables, Japanese capacitors, numerous protection features and a lifespan of 120,000 hours.
Gigabyte has responded to the burnt pin issue affecting their LGA1155 boards by claiming that the board sent out to a reviewer was faulty in the first place.
Gigabyte is preparing to release its 900W and 1200W Sumo Power PSUs, aimed at hardcore gamers and overclocking enthuasists.
When it comes to gaming and interpersonal communication, the importance of decent sound quality cannot be underestimated lest one wants to deal with various miscommunication quirks. That being said, Creative has announced in a press release that the company has got three new products available for consumers who can understand the importance of good audio.
GIGABYTE has proudly announced its first ever Mini-ITX form factor motherboard for the AMD platform called the GA-E350N-USB3 at CES 2011. The new addition to GIGABYTE’s small form factor HTPC motherboard range features AMD Fusion Technology with DirectX 11, SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0), SATA 6Gbps, an HDMI interface, as well as a host of unique
TAIPEI, Taiwan – January 3, 2011– GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions today announced a new overclocking competition in conjunction with HWBOT.org called the “AMD Highest Clock (ever) Contest!”
While most OEMs make it a point to announce to the world about product refreshes and new releases, some seemingly choose to do the direct opposite. Instead of making a big deal, these OEMs opt to quietly update the information on their webpages and wait for discerning consumers to sport the minor differences. Which in
Enthusiasts, press and vendors get together, under one roof, to share the excitement of previewing GIGABYTE’s brand new line-up of Intel mainboards made for the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture.
The number of publications that have tested this particular mainboard with 4-core Intel® Core™ i5-700 or Intel® Core™ i7-800 processors was worryingly small. So, we revisit the GIGABYTE GA-H55N-USB3 – a product which has been on the sale for almost two quarters now.
If you passed through Terminal 1 of Taiwan Taoyan International Airport recently, you might have spotted a 30-meter wide installation art piece made of motherboards. Many passengers even took pictures of the gigantic ‘MADE IN TAIWAN’ motherboard wall located in Gate B7. This wall is made purely of scrap motherboards and graphics cards provided by