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Gigabyte G1.Assassin Motherboard
     Thu, Apr 28 2011 | 8:33P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The G1.Assassin is the most high-end socket 1366 motherboard from the Gigabyte series "G1-Killer," which has a "gun-like" design and is aimed at gamer enthusiast users. It has eight SATA ports (six SATA-300 and two SATA-600), eight USB 3.0 ports, six memory sockets, and four PCI Express x16 slots. Let's check it out."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARESECRETS

Radeon HD 6670 offers good performance
     Thu, Apr 28 2011 | 9:02A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"In the end the AMD Radeon HD 6670 and HD 6570 are solid additions to an already crowded budget graphics card market. They definitely improve on the already solid performance and feature set of the Radeon HD 5600-series of cards and do so at the same launch-time price points. The problem that both of these cards have (and that many graphics releases are seeing recently) is the price merges that occur when higher performance, older GPUs go on sale or offer rebates to take a step down in market."
  FULL STORY @ PCPER

ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution P67 Motherboard Review
     Thu, Apr 28 2011 | 9:00A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It was a dark and stormy night. It was somehow really bright, 'cause there was thy plug, with a little night light. Emitting a stream of photons, which has a 1:1 interaction with electrons [...] When my friend and I wrote this so-called poem in alternating lines back in February 2008 (As a joke in a Valentine's Day card for church fellowship, no less), we thought we were intrinsically creative and impeccably funny. You know, a matchless fusion of the art of using language and the mastering of scientific accuracy. Boys and girls -- for the boys, especially -- this is how the true meaning of art and science is derived. I can guarantee you right here and now, each and every girl who reads this will not be impressed by your nerdiness wonderful intelligence. Oh, am I starting a motherboard review introduction? In that case, we will need to exchange for a calendar that is two years older. In December 2006, it was indeed a dark and Canadian-December stormy night. It was really bright; under the illumination of a light that lit up the night. Beneath all this sits a FedEx package from ASUS' American headquarters in California, containing my first ever motherboard from the company for review. If I recall correctly, it was also the first 'workstation-class' motherboard from ASUS. And the ASUS P5W64-WS Professional was quite a motherboard to behold. The "Wall Street Quartet" -- a couple years before Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, and AIG became infamous overnight -- created a new niche in the computer market for users desiring a whole different combination of performance, features, and stability. That is, much unlike characteristics of the real Wall Street Quartet we got to know later on. Fast forward to 2011 and many workstation-class motherboards later, back in our lab is the latest and greatest from ASUS. How well does the P8P67 WS Revolution live up to the legacy of its predecessors? As always, we have all the answers for you here at APH Networks. Read on to find out what we have found!
  FULL STORY @ REVIEWS

Intel DH67CF Mini-ITX Board mit Core i5-2300 Quadcore reviewed
     Wed, Apr 27 2011 | 9:02A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Über zwei Jahre ist es her, seitdem wir zuletzt ein Intel Mini-ITX Mainboard ausführlich getestet haben. Damals hatte ich das "DQ45EK" (Review Link) aus der Executive Series sehr positiv getestet. Nun ist uns seitens CarTFT.com das brandneue "DH67CF" aus der Multimedia Series auf Intel H67 Chipsatzbasis für neueste Core i5 und i3 Prozessoren für einen umfangreichen Test zur Verfügung gestellt worden. Ich hatte ja bereits Mitte Februar einige Unboxing- und Assembling Pictures des Boards sowie des Testsystems präsentieren können. Nachdem bereits das zuletzt von uns getestete mITX Board aus der Multimedia-Reihe sich mit seinen Testergebnissen durchaus sehen lassen konnte, darf man gespannt sein, inwieweit Intel diesen hohen Ansprüchen gerecht werden kann." (...) Kurzer Auszug aus dem Fazit: "Die hier von uns verwendete Mainboard/Prozessor-Kombination mit dem Core i5-2300 mag aufgrund der 95W Wärmeverlustleistung nicht besonders sparsam erscheinen. Ich wurde im laufe der Tests jedoch eines Besseren belehrt, denn zum Beispiel bei Wiedergabe diverser Medienformate verbrauchte das System gerade mal 25W bis 35W, was sich sicherlich durchaus sehen lassen kann. Wir können das Board, das auch mit kleineren und günstigeren 2.Generation Core i CPUs ausgerüstet werden kann, für Systeme im Home Bereich durchaus empfehlen, sei es als Home Cinema PC (HTPC) oder auch als Desktop System." (...)
  FULL STORY @ EPIACENTER

Intel DX58SO2 Mainboard Review
     Tue, Apr 26 2011 | 4:00P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The board is based on Intel X58 Express chipset and is designed for LGA1366 processors. It boasts convenient design, extensive settings for system configuring and overclocking and is incredibly energy-efficient.
  FULL STORY @ XBITLABS

InWin BUC @ PureOverclock
     Tue, Apr 26 2011 | 2:00P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“The InWin BUC is an ATX and Micro ATX Mid Tower Gaming Chassis that currently retails for under $110 USD. Let’s take a look at the In-Win BUC mid tower and see if it really is “Ready to shield your components” the same way as the rider maneuvers his dragon with his shield and sword in hand to protect his castle, as InWin claims.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

Gigabyte E350N-USB3
     Tue, Apr 26 2011 | 12:45P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Overclocking the E350N was a fairly simple task. I started by bumping the bus speed up in increments of five, then adjusting the voltage until it was stable. I finally settled at 110MHz @ 1.5V (+0.250V), which remained stable during all the testing. In addition, switching the memory multiplier from 5.3 to 6.6 yielded a stable 1333MHz clock on the RAM without any voltage increase. Unfortunately, I could not squeeze any extra MHz out of the GPU without causing instability."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB

 
ASUS P8P67 PRO P67 Motherboard Review
     Tue, Apr 26 2011 | 12:15P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Reviewers are often criticized for the kind of articles we write. I am not talking about those who write so-called reviews where I can literally find more information about the product on the manufacturer's website, but with some shameless self promotion plug in all forms of humility -- even quality pieces of writings (Like the ones we publish here at APH Networks) are no exception. The reason for this does not lie in the hands of the one who writes the review. The reason for this comes down to the nature of each article. It is easy for us to get the latest and greatest computer components for evaluation, and while those reviews are exceptionally popular all the time, what good does it do for the common individual? Not everyone is interested in spending huge amounts of money for the best computer parts in the market. Of course, if you are reading this review, chances are that you are looking for something that is more... mainstream. Not 'low end' or 'cheap', but mainstream, midrange performance -- the most sought after market bracket by all board manufacturers. So don't complain to us that we go Lamborghini all day and ignore all the Hondas of this world, because we specifically wanted the ASUS P8P67 PRO for our review today. Following the brilliant ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution we have taken a look at last week, how well does the P8P67 PRO hold its own against its bigger brother? We've got you covered.
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional Review
     Tue, Apr 26 2011 | 11:00A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the P67 Profess1onal Fatal1ty, ASRock has a high-end Sandy Bridge motherboard in its portfolio which especially targets the gaming market. Next to a very attractive design the board also features three PCI-Express x16 slots and ten SATA-Ports. Furthermore we're also very curious if this motherboard can be overclocked well.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

Gigabyte P67A-UD7-B3 Sandy Bridge motherboard
     Tue, Apr 26 2011 | 9:30A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Earlier this year, Intel's new Sandy Bridge architecture went on a bit of a hiatus as a recall swept the market clean of supporting motherboards. Now all-new "B3" models have started hitting retailers' shelves and one of the premier boards is Gigabyte's P67A-UD7. It boasts a remarkably full feature set, some great overclocking potential and the B3 refresh also brings some much-needed refinements to the table as well.
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARECANUCKS

Gigabyte G1.Sniper X58 review
     Mon, Apr 25 2011 | 5:11P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We review the G.1Sniper motherboard from Gigabytes Killer series. With good looks, excellent performance, great overclockability and then in addition to it all extra's, adding a SATA 6G controller, USB 3.0, but also the BigFoot KillerNIC has been integrated into this motherboard, and Realtek audio ? Heck it's been kicked out. There's actually a fully fetched Creative Labs X-Fi (20K2) DSP mounted into the motherboard to bring better audio capability into your PC. All in all it's a very impressive motherboard not only features wise, yet also in terms of sheer design.
  FULL STORY @ GURU3D

Biostar TP67XE: Inexpensive LGA1155 Mainboard with Overclocking Potential
     Mon, Apr 25 2011 | 4:01P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
This mainboard is based on Intel P67 Express chipset and supports LGA1155 processors. What new features does this model boast? How did they manage to offer extensive functionality at a low price? The answers to all these questions are in our today’s review!
  FULL STORY @ XBITLABS

MSI packed the P67A-GD65
     Thu, Apr 21 2011 | 4:03P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
MSI packed the P67A-GD65 with several high-end features that cater to a variety of users ranging from novice overclockers to hardcore enthusiasts looking for the best components at a competitive price. The B3 version of this board is fixed squarely under the $200 ceiling and includes highly-conductive polymerized capacitors, super ferrite chokes, and solid capacitors that should give this board a long lifespan and higher efficiency overall.
  FULL STORY @ PCPER

EVGA GeForce GTX 590 Classified Quad-SLI Performance Review
     Thu, Apr 21 2011 | 4:02P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The EVGA GTX 590 Classified video card consists of two GF110 GPUs on a single PCB. The EVGA GTX 590 Classified has 3,072MB of GDDR5 memory on a 768-bit memory interface equipped with 1,024 CUDA cores. Clocked higher than the stock GTX 590, the EVGA GeForce GTX 590 Classified edition carries a core clock of 630 MHz and a memory clock of 3456 MHz. A pair of EVGA GTX 590 Classified in SLI provides astonishing performance, unlike anything NVIDIA has ever produced. Ever wanted to play games smoothly in 2560x1600 with all the eye-candy turned up to the max, including an anti-aliasing mode that can be set to 64x? A single EVGA GTX 590 Classified can do that. Two GTX 590 in Quad-SLI means you’ll be ready for anything."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION

ASUS Sabertooth P67 Motherboard Review
     Wed, Apr 20 2011 | 9:03P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
This year ASUS introduced the Sabertooth P67 motherboard. The Sabertooth P67 is the next generation in durability and reliability. The Sabertooth P67 has enough features to hit every market of user, from the server computer, to the enthusiast gamer. This P67 motherboard supports the newer Intel 1155 socket CPUs and up to 1866 DDR3 memory. The main specific features to note with the Sabertooth P67 are the TUF thermal armor, TUF thermal radar, TUF components, Digi+ VRM, and E.S.P. The TUF thermal armor is a shunt designed panel that covers all of the critical components."
  FULL STORY @ SABERTOOTH

Advantech sees over 40% on-year revenues growth in 1Q11
     Wed, Apr 20 2011 | 6:18P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Taiwan-based industrial PC (IPC) maker Advantech has announced revenues of NT$1.86 billion (US$63.93 million) for March 2011, a new monthly high, and helping the company achieve on-year growth of 44.11% in first-quarter revenues, which reached NT$4.46 billion.
  FULL STORY @ DIGITIMES

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