Our first VIA KT400A retail motherboard to hit the TweakTown labs comes from the folks at Gigabyte. Over the past two years Gigabyte has done a fantastic job in improving their products to please enthusiasts... Read the review.
In the Pentium 3 and early Pentium 4 days RDRAM by the Rambus Company was greeted with heavy skepticism and in the end, criticized by many generally for its high asking price and high latency times. Intel... Read the review.
The launch of Intel Canterwood chipset which gives support to the new batch of Pentium 4 processors with 800MHz FSB has been meet mostly with open arms by the industry. However, for those users who cannot... Read the review.
EPoX were not the only clever Taiwanese engineers managing to trick the cost effective Intel 845PE chipset into operating at 800MHz FSB, just like the new and higher priced Canterwood chipset. Albatron... Read the review.
With the release of Intel's 800MHz FSB Canterwood chipset earlier this week, prices of the older yet still competitive Granite Bay chipset based motherboards should lower in price as shop shelves around... Read the review.
We have been hearing about these fancy new nForce2 boards for quite some time now, but do they really make that much a difference over the KT400 boards? Many of you will answer yes to this question, but... Read the review.
When SiS first began jumping into the Pentium 4 chipset race, some folks turned their heads the other way. But they have made a huge impact in this market niche and continue to do so today. Come join... Read the review.
ABIT have had a very strong tradition of producing high quality motherboards with features right in the line of what enthusiasts want. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at their latest Intel based... Read the review.
It seems that the Intel crowd keeps getting bigger and the chipset market is up to the challenge with new designs all the time. But how can the end user know what works and what doesn't? Come join Cameron... Read the review.