Asus’ Rocket Lake flagships lift premium off another level.
ASRock, Asus, Biostar, EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI release Intel Z590-chipset motherboards for Rocket Lake CPUs sporting updated power delivery, native PCIe 4.0 support, faster networking and more.
MSI’s B550I Gaming Edge Wi-Fi includes all the expected bells and whistles of the B550 chipset in a Mini-ITX size package, sans RGB.
The $1100 ASRock Z490 Aqua performed well during testing with the monoblock, keeping the VRMs exceptionally cool, even when overclocked. But is it worth the insane price of admission?
The Z490GTA EVO performs fine at stock speeds, with features comparable to other boards around this price. If you are looking to overclock, however, look elsewhere for now.
The Gigabyte Aorus Z490 Master performed well against its peers in our testing, overclocked our CPU to 5.2 GHz, offers plenty of updated connectivity, plus three M.2 slots with heatsinks.
The Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080 Super OC includes features like integrated fan and RGB headers and a robust heatsink and power delivery, coupled with a premium price.
Board partners release Intel Z490-chipset motherboards sporting the LGA 1200 socket, robust power delivery, increased base memory speeds, and some are PCIe 4.0 ready.
A German site tested the AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT using PCIe 3.0 and 4.0 and found the 4GB version ran much faster with 4.0.
EEC filings show Gigabyte is bringing Eagle branding to its graphics card lineup, which includes the 6GB 5600 XT.
We test a pair of overclocked Nvidia RTX Super cards. The dual-fan Windforce OC 8G is a bit quieter, but the Gaming OC 8G performs a bit better for the same price.
AMD’s now-annual graphics software update brings improved performance across seval games, a new GUI, and 20 new and enhanced features, including integer scaling for older, low-res games.
AMD’s new driver comes with added support for the RX 5300M, and corrects game stuttering issues with FHD gaming.
EKWB confirms compatibility of the Velocity sTR4 line of water blocks to sTRX4 socket and the AMD Ryzen 3000 Series Threadripper processors.
At $160, Zotac’s GTX 1650 Super delivers solid 1080p performance at high settings for most games. We just wish it were quieter under load.
Nvidia is giving its low-end GTX 1650 card the Super treatment. Zotac’s GTX 1650 Super Twin Fan is compact and seems capable, but we’ll have to wait in performance.
Sapphire's tri-fan Navi XT card is colorful, quiet, and speedy. But it's also pricier than most of its competition.
Nvidia’s latest Super card continues the trend of offering better performance at a lower price than previous offerings. Does it make the 1660 Ti obsolete?
AMD's new $799 Navi-based workstation card will be familiar to those who followed the company's 7nm RX 5700 consumer launch.
Those looking for an affordable entry to X570 will find a lot to like with this board from Gigabyte. It lacks USB-C and debug LEDs, but includes an M.2 heatsink.