COMPUTEX 2016 is just around the corner, and here's what Gigabyte said it has in store. Expect new motherboards (unfortunately no new chipset) and new features for both gamers and professionals.
ASRock has released BIOS updates for its Intel X99 motherboards in anticipation of launch of Intel's new Broadwell-E processor. It also revealed the names of a handful of the processors, which includes the flagship 10-core, 20-thread Core i7-6950X chip.
When it comes to saving money with a desktop PC, sometimes it's best to go the DIY route. In this article, we show you why why upgrading, instead of buying a new system is more worth it.
Intel has announced that it will debut a new high-end desktop platform codenamed Broadwell-E later this year. This would likely mean that Haswell-E processors would drop, making it a difficult choice between upgrading to an X99 system, or maintaining an X79 rig.
For better or worse, ASRock has once again enabled the overclocking of non-K CPUs on its non-Z170 motherboards. This means that enthusiasts on a budget can still take advantage of a cheaper overclocking route.
It seems that AMD’s new Zen CPUs may be up for launch in October, far earlier than their projected 2017 launch date. More details in the link.
If you've ever wanted a rig that was all-white, your prayers have been answered because the ASUS Sabertooth Z170 S is here. Click here to view the photo gallery!
AMD has shared with us a number of updates about its products for the first quarter of 2016. Find out what's new in the link.
Three new AMD A70M micro-ATX boards have been announced by Biostar. All three boards aim to provide budget-conscious customers with cost-effective solutions for their next AMD APU-based build.
The EVGA Z170 Classified K is a more affordable version of the high-end Classified motherboard, doing away with certain premium features like four-way SLI support in favor of more storage options.