Supermicro's latest board comes with a PLX chip and four PCIe 3.0 x16 slots.
Can Super Micro pack the hot new LGA 1151 Core i9 into Mini ITX without doubling down on the “hot” part? We find out!
ASRock, MSI and Supermicro offered up their Z170 Extreme6, Z170A Gaming M7 and C7Z170-SQ (respectively) for our initial Z170 motherboard roundup.
Supermicro isn't typically associated with gaming products. However, the company's Gaming S5 ATX is riding a reputation for solid construction in the server business, hoping to attract enthusiast customers as well.
Intel’s “mainstream” socket continues to spawn enthusiast parts with the company’s fastest-ever gaming-oriented CPU. You’ll probably want a feature-packed motherboard for that, and five companies stepped up to show off the best of the sub-$220 segment.
After taking a first look at Intel's Xeon E5 processors, we wanted to round up a handful of dual-socket barebones platforms to see which vendor sells the best match for Sandy Bridge-EP-based chips. Intel, Supermicro, and Tyan are here to represent.
During GTC 2012, Supermicro showcased its latest graphics processing unit (GPU) enabled X9 server and workstation solutions.