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We've been working with Asus over the last couple of weeks, testing its upcoming addition to the Republic Of Gamers product line. Meet the Striker Extreme; it's based on NVIDIA's all-new nForce 680i SLI chipset and it comes with a kitchen sink. Join us as we have a look at what to expect from Asus' next gem...November 23, 2006 | 11:14
We have Foxconn's 975X7AA motherboard on the test bench today, based around Intel's 975X chipset / Socket 775 platform. It is the debut for Foxconn's Fox One overclocking technology and signifies the company's push to enter the enthusiast market. Can this giant take on ABIT and DFI?May 13, 2006 | 15:21
Back in March, ATI announced its RD580 chipset, dubbed CrossFire Xpress 3200. Today, we have a look at DFI's LANParty UT CFX3200-DR motherboard. Does this board tick all the right boxes on the application form for the ultimate enthusiast-orientated CrossFire motherboard? We have the answers for you...April 21, 2006 | 14:24
We have a look at Biostar's TForce4 U 775 motherboard, based on NVIDIA's nForce4 Ultra Intel Edition chipset. Does this board live up to expectations by catering for the gaming enthusiast looking to get the most out of their system? Read on to find out...April 13, 2006 | 13:42
After a number of false starts, we finally begin our journey on NVIDIA's Scalable Link Interface. The motherboard is an important part of building a stable and powerful gaming machine. We take a look at four feature-rich NForce4 SLI based motherboards for socket 939.May 16, 2005 | 09:31
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