For today's HWZ.MY Gaming Week article, we’ll show you what sort PC gaming rig you can build with three different budgets, starting with RM3,000.
If you’re looking for an X99 motherboard that’ll blow your socks off, there are plenty of them. If you’re looking for an X99 motherboard that also looks sleek, the ASUS ROG Strix X99 Gaming might just be the one you’re looking for. Read our review to find out why.
With Intel's 7th generation Core processors expected to arrive early next year, manufacturers are rolling out support for these processors on their Intel 100-series motherboards. ASUS is the latest to do so.
All of MSI's Intel 100-series motherboards have new BIOS updates that adds support for the upcoming Intel 7th generation Core processors.
MSI was present at TGS 2016 to show off their merchandise and devices to the crowd that were present at Japan's annual convention for all things dedicated to video games and Japanese pop culture.
ASUS’ X99-Deluxe II is an Intel Extreme X99 chipset motherboard that seems to pull out all the stops with features and performance. But does that make it a worthy choice for an enthusiast PC rig builder or gamer? Read our review to find out.
ASUS recently announced their new Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard, the company's first 3D-printing-friendly motherboard, which comes with a plethora of features.
The MSI X99A Tomahawk is a motherboard that means business. It has everything a gamer would expect from a gaming-oriented board, while keeping cost down by cutting out superfluous details.
These new Intel X99 motherboards from ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte are looking highly desirable. And yes, they'll work with the 10-core Intel Core i7-6950X.
ASRock announced its new H110M-STX mini-STX motherboard, based on the Intel H110 chipset. It's small in size, but it still provides you with quite a bit of options. Read on to find out more.