Can Asus’s latest microATX motherboard for Haswell SFF system builders live up to its mythical namesake?
Gigabyte has been producing G1-Killer branded motherboards for every platform since X58, targeted at gamers and power users. Is the feature-packed Sniper 5 worth the considerable premium over regular Z87 motherboards?
Just over two months since the launch of desktop Haswell, we run the rule over a pair of value-oriented Intel Z87 motherboards from ASRock and MSI competing in the same price bracket.
Asus recently launched their top of the line Maximus VI Extreme, a monster overclocking motherboard aimed at dominating the playing field when it comes to extreme Haswell benching. The offerings provided by this board top the lists when it comes to unique features and hardware, today we will take it out for a spin, but
After the arrival of the much hyped Intel Haswell processors earlier this month, we bring to you our first (of many) Z87 motherboard review for the Socket 1150 desktop platform. Does the Asus Z87 Deluxe have the midas touch?
Last Friday, local MSI distributor Corbell organized a dinner gathering in hazy Singapore for selected power users and retailers to experience the latest MSI Intel 8-series motherboards and Nvidia GeForce graphics cards that were launched earlier this month at Computex.
Gigabyte took us on a full two-hour walkthrough long of their exclusive Computex showcase on the 36th floor of the iconic Taipei 101 tower. Here are some of the highlights…
Last week at Computex, MSI unveiled its latest high-end motherboards for Haswell enthusiast builders – the Z87 MPower / XPower, featuring OC Certified assurances and Military Class 4 components.
Last weekend, local distributor Avertek and VRMedia organized a private dinner event to showcase ASRock’s upcoming range of Intel 8-series motherboards.
Small form factor systems are dominating the headlines at this year’s Computex. To compete against the competition’s Maximus VI Gene and G1.Sniper M5, ASRock created its own contender for the mATX crown – the Z87M OC Formula.
4K video editors and data moguls can now rejoice! Thanks to two onboard LSI SAS chipsets, the upcoming ASRock Z87 Extreme 11 motherboard natively supports up to an unprecedented 22 SAS/SATA devices attached to the system, which should make quite the storage powerhouse.