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Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H AMD A75 Socket FM1 Motherboard Review
     Fri, Jun 29 2012 | 6:52P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Top of the list of features for the Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H motherboard is onboard graphics. Setting aside IGP clock speeds because these are dependent on the FM1 CPU, the GA-A75-UD4H motherboard offers users DVI-D, DisplayPort, HDMI and Analog VGA video output. Resolutions of up to 2560x1600 are supported with all but the HDMI port (1920x1200)."

EVGA Z77 FTW Motherboard Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Fri, Jun 29 2012 | 2:08P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The EVGA Z77 FTW motherboard is compatible with the latest 28nm Ivy Bridge processors and is designed with overclockers in mind. The EVGA Z77 FTW has been packed with features in a slightly slimmer than EATX form factor at 10.3 wide. Onboard buttons, dual CMOS reset buttons, triple BIOS support, DEBUG LED, and extra CPU as well as PCI-E power connectors are just some of the conveniences available for performance tuners. Five PCI Express 3.0 x16 slots are available for some Quad-SLI action, utilizing a PLX PEX8747 bridge to circumvent the PCI-E graphics 16-lane limit of Ivy Bridge processors. A pair of extra SATA3 6Gbps ports via a Marvell 9182 controller as well as a pair of USB 3.0 ports via an ASMedia ASM1042 controller is available onboard for additional high-speed storage options. /////"

socket 1155 Intel Z77 motherboards from ASRock
     Fri, Jun 29 2012 | 12:03P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We take a look at a wide variety of brands, feature sets and price ranges in our 6-way roundup of socket 1155 Intel Z77 motherboards from ASRock, ECS, Gigabyte, Intel and Sapphire.

Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H-WB WiFi @ Ocaholic
     Fri, Jun 29 2012 | 9:10A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the Z77X-UD5H-WB WiFi, Gigabyte has a very well equipped motherboard in its portfolio. This allrounder board offers many features like for example WiFi support, a powerful powerdesign and there is even a complete set of overclocking features. This board really brings everything that is needed to become a convincing product."

Everything You Need to Know About the Thunderbolt Connection @ Hardware Secrets
     Thu, Jun 28 2012 | 2:08P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Thunderbolt (formerly known as Light Peak) is an external connection that allows 10 Gbps (around 1 GB/s) of data transfer in each direction. In this tutorial, we will explain everything you need to know about it."

Biostar TZ77XE4 Intel LGA 1155
     Thu, Jun 28 2012 | 12:03P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the launch of Intel's latest Z77 Express platform, Biostar steps up to the plate with a new game in mind, ready to hit a homerun. Featuring a new aesthetic design, and a new more efficient VRM design, the Biostar TZ77XE4 is ready to knock one clear out of the park.

ASUS Maximus V Gene Intel Z77 Express LGA 1155 @ techPowerUp
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 4:08P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene, based on the Intel Z77 Express chipset is here at TPU, ready to overclock the snot out of your new Ivy Bridge CPU. Built for performance first, the ASUS Maximus V Gene is ready for small-sized high-end gaming, or, if freezing things below zero is what you like, it`s ready for that too."

KFA2 GeForce GTX 670 EX OC review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 2:12P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Say hello to our KFA2 GeForce GTX 670 EX OC review, in this article we'll look at a really pleasant offering from KFA2. The product is a factory overclocked, custom cooled, custom designed PCB GeForce GTX 670, yes this is the EX OC edition. You can check out the full review right here.

ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 Professional (Intel Z77) Motherboard Review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 2:11P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ASRock gives the Intel Z77 chipset the Fatal1ty treatment. Let's find out if it's worth your money."

ECS Z77H2-A2X Ultimate Golden Edition Extreme
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 2:08P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Now that a majority of the key Linux performance areas have been covered on Phoronix as it pertains to Intel`s Ivy Bridge in dozens of different articles since its April launch date, it`s time to say a few words about the Panther Point motherboard that was used for many of these Phoronix tests: the ECS Z77H2-A2X Ultimate Golden Edition Extreme."

ECS Z77H2-AX 'Golden Board' Intel Z77 Motherboard Review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 2:07P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The ECS Z77H2-AX Black Extreme 'Golden Board' is without a doubt a very unique looking motherboard. It doesn't have the weapon type theme that we have seen on several other unique boards in recent history, but the gold on black color scheme did grow on me. I wasn't wild about it at first, but as I used the Z77H2-AX over the past few weeks and had it sitting on my test bench, I really began to like the look of it. Though unfortunately looks won't carry a board, it also has to have the performance. The ECS Z77H2-AX Black Extreme retails for $309.99, with a price tag at that level, it darn well better have performance to spare..."

Biostar TA75M+ AMD A75 socket FM1 Motherboard Review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 1:55P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Biostar's TA75M+ motherboard is a micro-ATX entry level platform with relatively robust onboard graphics care of the AMD Fusion APU processor and thorough storage options via AMDs A75 chipset. Built around the AMD Fusion A75 chipset, the board supports socket FM1 AMD A8/A6-series processors which feature integrated graphics in the form of a Radeon HD 6550D/6530D graphics core."

Gigabyte GA-A75M-UD2H AMD A75 Socket FM1 Motherboard Review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 1:55P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

"Gigabyte's GA-A75M-UD2H is an entry level motherboard with onboard graphics, excellent connectivity and a rather appealing low total system price tag. This microATX motherboard is of course built around the AMD A75 chipset and supports socket FM1 AMD Fusion processors which offer integrated DX11 graphics."


Top 100 Websites PCSTATS Posts News For...
     Tue, Jun 26 2012 | 6:48P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

If you've ever wondered "does PCSTATS post my news?" this story is for you!

Behind the scenes of the hardware review website industry there is a frenzy of communication going backwards and forwards to let other websites know when articles and reviews are published. As with any industry, some publications send out many news emails a week, others just a few a month. Some publications work really really hard to post nearly every news email from fellow websites, while other websites do next to nothing in return.

At PCSTATS we have posted A LOT of tech news, the majority of it from our colleagues running other hardware review websites. In fact, the PCSTATS database has +100K entries in the news table for the 12 years we've been at this game... much of this data was copied into our backend content management system manually... leading to a bad case of tunnel carpel in the process. About a year ago we upgraded the news entry process with a fantastic Email Parser Program which gobbles up pre-filtered news emails and spits out a well organized CSV that's better suited to bulk uploading into an SQL database.

Manually, I can enter 1 news story every 30 seconds, given that each news story involves six data fields. With the email parser I can fitler, parse, edit and batch upload about 100 news stories from our fellow websites in just under 10 minutes. All with substantially less wear and tear on my wrist from clicking mouse buttons.

With all that mind, here are the Top 100 websites PCSTATS has posted news stories for in the past couple years. The first column of this table lists the quantity of news we've posted on your behalf, the second is the website name. The Top 10 websites are: TweakTown.com, Digitimes.com, HardwareZone.com, HardwareSecrets.com, LegitReviews.com, Bjorn3d.com, Xbitlabs.com, OverclockersClub.com, HotHardware.com, Hexus.net..... (continued below).

Note that we only post news which is sent to us via email, so if your website isn't listed here it's because your team hasn't bothered to include PCSTATS in your news/promo lists.

Quantity of News Posts on PCSTATS For this Website
2519 tweaktown
1932 Digitimes
1716 hardwarezone
1476 hardwaresecrets
1414 legitreviews
1263 Bjorn3D
1176 xbitlabs
1171 overclockersclub
1127 HotHardware
1055 hexus
1053 thinkcomputers
1018 phoronix
1000 pcper
955 techpowerup
860 techreport
856 bit-tech
830 guru3d
734 techwarelabs
734 techgage
734 pureoverclock
717 tweaknews
700 legionhardware
680 trustedreviews
654 madshrimps
623 futurelooks.com
605 motherboards.org
572 techarp.com
569 overclock3d
551 pro-clockers
546 ocia
542 rbmods
536 bigbruin
535 hardocp
532 hardwarecanucks
520 Neoseeker
497 xsreviews
476 frostytech
455 virtual-hideout
446 overclockersonline
440 driverheaven
427 ocaholic.ch
423 technic3d
417 TechSpot
399 ocmodshop
397 hardwareheaven
390 hitechlegion
387 ClubOC
379 theinquirer
366 vortez
365 insidehw
362 benchmarkreviews
361 overclockercafe
331 thetechzone
329 bcchardware
325 overclockers
322 OCWorkbench
321 3DGameMan
309 techreviewsource.com
309 designtechnica
304 hardwarelogic
303 bytesector
300 viperlair
283 testfreaks
277 dragonsteelmods
276 xyzcomputing
270 xtremecomputing
266 silentpcreview
260 mikhailtech
256 envynews
246 SystemCooling
242 rwlabs
239 aphnetworks
236 thetechlounge
220 ninjalane
219 OCAddiction
218 gamepyre
218 3dXtreme
214 vr-zone
211 dreamwarecomputers
209 extrememhz
190 digit-life
189 ixbtlabs
184 techreviews
183 ht4u
181 lanoc.org
181 cooltechzone
175 tweakpc
175 i4u
172 hardCOREware
162 viaarena
161 extremeoverclocking
158 monkeyreview
156 aselabs
153 gruntville
153 GideonTech
152 modders
147 burnoutpc
140 lostcircuits
139 Icrontic


Z77 Motherboard Roundup II: EVGA, ASRock, Gigabyte, Zotac
     Tue, Jun 26 2012 | 3:50P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We've already covered all of the juicy details of Intel’s Z77 chipset and put a few motherboards through their paces, but there are so many manufacturers with killer boards available based on the chipset, that it’d be a crime if we didn’t round up another stack of them for you. This round of Z77 mainboards consists of entries from ASRock, EVGA, Gigabyte, and Zotac, more specifically the ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 Professional, EVGA Z77 FTW, Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H, and Zotac Z77-ITX WiFi...

Z77 Motherboard Charts: 15 Models tested - update ASUS P8Z77-V Premium @ Ocaholic
     Tue, Jun 26 2012 | 8:02A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In our comparison tables, meanwhile you find benchmark values regarding 15 recent Z77 motherboards. Furthermore we do not comment the benchmark values. The idea and also the goal is to present to you a market overview which helps you choose the right motherboard."

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