Asus drops its latest Rampage board on an ageing LGA 2066 socket, but is it worth the cash?
No RT cores required.
Intel frees its peripheral tech.
Undercuts Samsung but at a performance penalty.
2,800MB/s over Thunderbolt 3.
Promises integrated controllers, too.
While companies offer MagSafe's return.
Not cheap, sadly.
Skull engraving optional.
Razer first with compatibility.
Free BIOS update ready now.
Ultra HD options on offer, too.
The best of both worlds.
Now a LaCie-brand exclusive feature.
Your move, Thunderbolt.
Alleged Intel leak hints at next-gen boost.
Hasn't given up on usurping USB.
First board with 20Gb/s interconnection.
Using Thunderbolt this case can add desktop graphics power to a laptop.
USB 3.0 is left in the dust once again.
Matches Thunderbolt bitrate-for-bitrate.
Dual-Thunderbolt boards drive Ultra HD displays.
Asus and MSI have become the first motherboard makers to announce Thunderbolt support.
mLogic has announced its mLink Chassis, a device which connects PCI Express cards to a Thunderbolt port.
Intel has begun shipping its second-generation Cactus Ridge Thunderbolt parts, boasting lower power draw.
March 12 2019 | 19:11
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