Gigabyte's X299X Designare 10G, X299X Aaorus Xtreme WaterForce and X299X Aorus Master motherboards target Intel's recently announced HEDT CPUs.
Asus’s sub-$400 X570 ROG motherboard is well worth considering thanks to its plethora of speedy USB, SATA, and other features, as well as robust cooling and solid performance.
Security penetration tester Graham Sutherland claims to have uncovered serious security flaws in Gigabyte's RGB Fusion software.
UCLA researchers believe replacing PCBs with a silicon-interconnect fabric would lead to better devices ranging from wearable products to data center systems.
Gigabyte files a bunch of new Intel and AMD motherboards with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC).
What is the meaning of a MOSFET. MOSFETs and what they do for your motherboard, PC and power supply explained.
Gigabyte is preparing tons of 400-series motherboards for Intel's forthcoming Comet Lake processors.
With two M.2 slots, good performance, Wi-Fi and USB-C Gen2, at a price that undercuts the competition, this ITX board is easy to recommend for SFF Ryzen 3 builders.
We saw interesting results with a recent memory review, so we dig a bit deeper. Does the motherboard maker really impact memory compatibility and performance?
Huananzhi announces the brand's latest Gaming X99-TF motherboard with support for both DDR3 and DDR4 memory modules.
With an impressive set of features, including front-and-rear Gen2 USB options and Wi-Fi 6, plus attractive looks, this $270 X570 board from Gigabyte is worthy of serious consideration.
It seems Intel's new HEDT CPUs are incoming soon, as Asus has teased some new X299 boards to support them.
For those looking for lots of M.2 support on a budget, the Biostar X570GT8 is easy to recommend. Just note that there’s no Wi-Fi here. And our overclocking experience wasn’t the best.
Now that Zen 2 is here, many are wondering if X399 is still worth their time. This reviewer says yes, and the Asus X399 Zenith Extreme Alpha is a prime example of why the AMD HEDT is here to stay.
Gigabyte releases new firmware with the AGESA 220.127.116.11 ABB microcode that removes PCIe 4.0 functionality from AMD 300-and 400-series motherboards.
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