- News tagged "motherboards"
Friday, 6 Jan 2017
The cat's out of the bag for AMD's new AM4 motherboards, as images of new 300 series motherboards were showcased during CES 2017.
Wednesday, 4 Jan 2017
ASUS has officially launched their new Z270 motherboards, which are designed to house and support Intel’s new Kabylake CPUs. Hit the link to see what motherboards they have to offer.
Monday, 19 Sep 2016
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.
Thursday, 2 Jun 2016
Gigabyte’s presence at COMPUTEX 2016 was just as big as their competitors, with just as much hardware to share with the crowd. What exactly did they share? Find out after the jump.
Wednesday, 1 Jun 2016
MSI’s presence at COMPUTEX 2016 was big. Not wanting to miss out on the action, we paid them a visit down on the floor, and even got a chance to see their own custom cooled GTX 1080.
Thursday, 4 Jun 2015
ASRock introduces the world's first front USB 3.1 panel, which brings the ubiquity and convenience of USB Type-A and Type-C to USB 3.1-supported motherboards.
Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015
A number of motherboard manufacturers have offered glimpses of their new Intel Z170 motherboards at COMPUTEX 2015. These boards are based on Intel's LGA 1151 socket and will support Intel's 6th generation 'Skylake' processors.
Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015
Gigabyte has announced that its X99, Z97 and H97 motherboard line-ups will now support Intel's recently-announced 750 Series PCIe SSDs, as well as the NVMe storage protocol. NVMe offers improved performance and lower latencies over the older AHCI protocol, allowing consumers to take full advantage of of PCIe SSDs.
Monday, 23 Jun 2014
Following the announcement of Intel's Pentium 20th Anniversary Edition processor, ASRock unveiled its companion motherboards, the Z97 Anniversary and Z97M Anniversary. More information after the jump.
Tuesday, 10 Jun 2014
Have an Intel 8-series motherboard or two lying around? It appears that a number of motherboards manufacturer are adding support for Intel's 'Devil's Canyon' CPUs via BIOS update.