EVGA's latest X58 design should give Asus' Rampage II Extreme a run for its money in the extreme overclocking stakes.
DFI fans hold onto your hats because we've got the latest LANParty UT complete with crazy cooling and DFI design to make your Core i7 buying decision, just that. much. harder.
We've seen the raw numbers but what about the overclocking potential? How much value does this add to an expensive platform? Equipped with the latest performance motherboards we strapped in an i7 920 under a huge Thermalright heatsink to find out.
Intel's new, revolutionary CPU architecture has arrived and inevitably we take a deep dive into its workings and design to find what makes this tock, tick.
ECS joins the fray of our X58 Early Looks with its new X58B-A Black Series aimed at the performance-value market.
Gigabyte finally brings the styling of its X58 Extreme, UD5P and UD5 up to date. Check inside for pics!
Gigabyte drops us the barebones of its new Extreme X58 motherboards with the, uh, EX58-Extreme. With ten SATA, six DIMMs, three PCI-Express x16 and the latest Ultra Durable technology, what do we think to Gigabyte's latest and greatest?
Asus' new Rampage II Extreme is about as high-end as they come. Designed for Intel's next generation Core i7 CPU and X58 chipset, it's got one purpose only: extreme overclocking and breaking records. Well, OK, that's two but we digress...
Asus has accidentally shipped private files on recovery discs with several of its laptop ranges - including a CV, internal source code and documentation, and a pirated key generator.
NVISION 2008: No need for a hot and expensive NF200 chip, apparently "certified" X58 Nehalem boards will offer SLI as well.
IDF FALL 2008: We've got the skinnies on the various Nehalem derivatives that'll be released over the next six-or-so months.
IDF FALL 2008: Pat Gelsinger spent quite a bit of his keynote talking about Nehalem's new power management technology known as Turbo Mode.
Intel has formally announced that its upcoming line of Nehalem processors will use the Core i7 brand name.
Well, that's the word in Taiwan anyway, however some are saying Intel might push it back..
Nvidia won't have it's own SLI chipset when Nehalem launches, but there will be some X58 boards that support SLI.
COMPUTEX 2008: Usually very coy to show unreleased products, Intel is so confident in Nehalem it's already showing off X58 boards.