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July 28th, 2008

ASUS P5Q PRO P45 Motherboard Review

Without a doubt, ASUS is the best known motherboard manufacturer in North America and they have recently released their lineup of new P45-based products. The P5Q PRO we are reviewing here today is one of the most popular boards on the market right now. Let’s see if it can perform up to our expectations.


June 29th, 2008

ASRock X48TurboTwins-WiFi Motherboard Review

ASRock has long been known as a motherboard manufacturer which puts value above all else. They have since taken a different turn by manufacturing enthusiast-grade boards and continue this newfound tradition with their first X48 board: the X48TurboTwins-WiFi . Can this board perform up to the level of the Big Boys’ X48 boards?


June 10th, 2008

ASUS P5E3-Premium WiFi-AP @N X48 Motherboard Review

The new Intel X48 chipset has seen itself put into a wide variety of motherboards which pretty much run the gamut of pricing. However, one thing has stayed constant: the X48 is one of the elite chipsets for the time being. Today we take a look at ASUS’ DDR3-based P5E3 Premium and see if it [...]


May 29th, 2008

ASRock P45 & P43 Motherboards Unveiled

Today, ASRock let Hardware Canucks get a very quick and tantalizing glimpse at their upcoming P45 and P43 boards for Intel 775 processors. While neither of these could be considered a particularly high-end product, they both have some very interesting features like compatibility with both DDR2 and DDR3 ram.


May 15th, 2008

ASUS Rampage Formula X48 Motherboard Review

Enthusiasts rejoice, Intel’s X48 chipset has finally made its debut into the marketplace. Today we will be looking at a DDR2 X48 board from ASUS: the Rampage Formula. As part of the RoG series of motherboards, this product is squarely targeting the enthusiast market with an amazing array of features. Yet, can those features overshadow [...]


May 13th, 2008

ASRock Penryn1600SLIX3-Wifi Motherboard Review

ASRock is well known among our readers for producing some solid budget motherboards which give users the ability to use their older components. However, they are now dead-set on catering a bit more to the enthusiast market and with the Penryn1600SLIX3-Wifi they are taking that all-important first step.


January 22nd, 2008

ASRock 4Core1333-eSATA2 R5.0 Motherboard Review

ASRock has long been known for making motherboards for people who either want to upgrade from an older system and keep some of their components or build a whole new system. In this review we will be taking a look at their 4Core1333-eSATA2 board which touts an eSATA port as well as forwards compatibility for [...]


July 14th, 2007

Gigabyte P35-DQ6

Based in Taiwan, Gigabyte has been a major player in the IT sector since 1986. Best known in North America as a manufacturer of motherboards for all platforms, it has in recent years expanded its market to include a full range of consumer products from water cooling to cases and beyond. Today we’re going to [...]


June 11th, 2007

DFI Infinity P965-S Dark

In the past, DFI’s Lanparty series was instrumental in bringing loads of enthusiast features to the hungry masses. Today we’re going to be looking at the Infinity P965-S Dark which is their offering to the current mid price range S775 motherboard market.


April 24th, 2007

Asrock S775 4CoreDual-VSTA

Not quite what you were expecting? Don’t let the subtitle throw you off, I just wanted to set the ground rules right off of the bat. This is not intended as a standard review for one of Asrock’s latest S775 motherboards.