Intel releases Z390 chipset specs
Still no launch date, though.
Built-in Grid+ and Hue+ controllers.
All future ECS boards to be Durathon-based.
Long time ARM CEO Warren East is to step down on 1 July after 19 years with the company.
Sleep mode can disconnect drives, it is claimed.
H77TN and B75TN boards aimed at AIOs.
Killer network chips, Gaming Device Ports.
Dual-Thunderbolt boards drive Ultra HD displays.
High-performance hex-core chip hits shops.
Time-limited offer could prove popular.
NIST has issued a draft proposal to protect BIOSes from malware.
VIA has officially announced the VAB-800, a Cortex-A8-based pico-ITX single-board computer.
Biostar's latest Z77 motherboard, aimed at audiophiles, boasts Puro Hi-Fi technology.
The Kontron KTT30 features a mini-ITX design, but is it too bulky to take on VIA's rival APC?
Chaintech has confirmed plans to begin selling motherboards in Europe once more, following its departure seven years ago.
Gigabyte has launched an overclocking competition, with unreleased Ivy Bridge boards the prize.
ECS has created a new testing standard for its Nonstop branding, including extreme environmental tests.
VIA has announced the ARM-based APC 8750, a neo-ITX machine clearly inspired by the Raspberry Pi.
Asus and MSI have become the first motherboard makers to announce Thunderbolt support.
ASRock and Gigabyte are the first to announce Ivy Bridge-ready products based on Intel's Z77 and H77 chipsets.
ASRock has become the first motherboard maker to add Intel's Smart Connect and Rapid Start features to existing motherboards.
Details of Intel's chipset for the Haswell processor series, dubbed Lynx Point, have leaked well ahead of launch.
EVGA has posted an image of what appears to be the final design for its dual-socket LGA2011 SR-X motherboard.
We've been handed preview photos of MSI's first X79 motherboard, the X79A-GD65!
ASRock showed off a bevy of boards last week, and filled in a few blanks about PCI-E 3.0 too.
New AMD chips rumoured to support PCI-E 3, but will the extra bandwidth result in more performance?
EVGA has posted an image of an LGA2011 board on its forums, revealing a right-angled ATX connector.