Long ago, Intel promised a higher-speed version of its X38 Express for added stability when using FSB-1600 processors. We're finally able to examine the benefits of X48 Express.
AMD promised that Phenom could be operated in most socket AM2 motherboards. We tried running the new quad core on ten different products - and failed with most of them.
In 2008, Tom's Hardware will be using a Reference Test System to standardize its test platform across multiple international test labs. Here's your chance to learn all about it before it goes live.
Enhanced features separate Intel's X38 from its acclaimed P35 Express, but last-minute revisions have delayed final-revision boards for several weeks. Was it worth the wait?
Formula, LANParty and Mars: these are Asus, DFI and Foxconn's newest and baddest P35-chipset gaming motherboards. All of them are packed with features, but which one rocks the boat?
We revisit our P35-DDR3 motherboard comparison by analyzing a new-and-improved Biostar TP35D3-A7 Deluxe. Our tests show how well the new version compensates for past problems.
With DDR3 platform testing behind us, we look forward to boards that support current-generation DDR2 performance RAM and next-generation FSB1333 processors. How do these stack up vs. older solutions?
Intel's P35 Express chipset represents next-generation processor and memory compatibility. While other media outlets consider the "DDR2 v DDR3" debate...
The 650i SLI chipset is Nvidia's solution for buyers who want SLI on the cheap. We benchmark a bunch of 650i boards against the high-priced 680i SLI reference mobo.
How good is Nvidia's mainstream nForce chipset? The 650i SLI takes on the competition by AMD and Intel.