We believe in the value of Intel's B85 platform controller hub, but can MSI turn that impressive piece of silicon into a motherboard we'd recommend to budget builders?
Skylake and the 100-series motherboards may have launched, but that won't stop our mainstream Z97 coverage. We now bring you the ASRock Z97M OC Formula.
What is a buyer to do after breaking the budget on a new Intel Skylake CPU? Perhaps Gigabyte’s low-cost Z170-HD3 could solve your financial woes...
The Claymore leaves little doubt about ECS’ intent to stay in the enthusiast space, but how does it stack up to competitors?
Today we're taking a look at another mainstream LGA1150 board: MSI's H81M-E35 V2. We'll determine what an enthusiast might give up by choosing a low-cost platform.
ASRock, MSI and Supermicro offered up their Z170 Extreme6, Z170A Gaming M7 and C7Z170-SQ (respectively) for our initial Z170 motherboard roundup.
Today we're taking a look at ASRock's budget H97M Pro4 microATX motherboard. So, what does $70 get you in a motherboard?
ASRock’s latest X99 boards fill the budget gap between the high-end and premium motherboard markets, but do their features justify the extra price?
We've been working hard to fill the gaps in our motherboard coverage, and today we continue the trend with a mainstream microATX Z97 board from ASRock.
Today we look at two AMD A78-based motherboards (MSI's A78M-E35 and Gigabyte's GA-F2A78M-D3H), to determine how they stack up against A88X.
The only LGA 2011-v3 motherboard for compact cases, ASRock’s X99E-ITX squeezes up to eight CPU cores into the mini-ITX form factor.
Today we have three cheap LGA1150 Mini-ITX motherboards in the lab: ASRock's H81M-ITX and H97M--ITX/ac, as well as Gigabyte's B85N Phoenix-WiFi.
How does MSI’s lowest-priced X99 motherboard compare to more "mainstream” parts? With even cheap X99 boards priced over $190, can we call any mainstream?
Readers keep asking if Intel’s high-end LGA 2011-v3 platform must really be so costly. ASRock’s been listening, and its X99 Extreme3 might be your solution.
Both ASRock and MSI wanted to get their value-oriented mini-ITX motherboards into our lab. Does either perform well enough to earn a recommendation?
Can Supermicro deliver its legendary server-component reliability with the overclocking features we’ve grown to love? We gauge the company’s progress in its third generation of enthusiast-oriented motherboards.
MSI know that if you’re going to hype a feature, it had better work under most configurations. The X99S MPower gets there by lane switching, but does it have enough added features to breach the $300 class?
Featuring the same wireless controller as its closest competitor, ASRock’s X99 Pro adds a second gigabit Ethernet controller and removes a few pathway sharing issues. Have we finally found a value-winning solution for high-end LGA 2011-v3 buyers?
The first motherboard in our labs to support unofficial memory multipliers, Asus’ X99 Pro quickly became the go-to product for our recent DDR4 roundup. Does the X99 Pro have enough additional features to justify its over-$300 price?
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