Compared to some of the main players in the motherboard industry, Soltek is a relatively new company, being founded just six years ago. Their main offices are in Taipei, Taiwan and during the last year... Read the review.
What do you think about when you here the name Gigabyte? A low-end OEM manufacturer of motherboards? To most of us, this hits the nail right on the head, but it looks as though things may be changing... Read the review.
By now, most of us are aware of the new KT333 chipset that is hitting the streets in force. But what can it do that the KT266A can't? Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the EPoX 8K3A... Read the review.
The i845D chipset has been around for a while, but EPoX decided to take their it and add their own touches to it. Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the EPoX 4BDA2+ Motherboard. It... Read the review.
With so many KT266A based motherboards to choose from, how are you supposed to come up with a winner? To help clear up some of the confusion, Mike "Darthtanion" Wright has taken a look at the Shuttle... Read the review.
Since the use of DDR became an option with the Pentium 4 processors, they have become a viable option for the Power User. Strong performance at a reasonable price is an easy way to gain attention, so... Read the review.
With the advent of the Intel i845D chipset, the Pentium 4 motherboards have been sprouting up like weeds, and from the most unlikely of sources. Gigabyte, who has been known for OEM type boards for quite... Read the review.
DFI is a company that has been dealing with OEM corporations for some time now. But it seems that they are in line to jump into the wonderful world of "Overclocking Enthusiasts" full bore. So come join... Read the review.
We've heard about it, but now its time to see what the story really is. What am I talking about? Well the new Pentium 4 chipset put out by VIA of course. Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he tells us... Read the review.
Pentium 4 processors teaming up with DDR memory have been a huge hit of late. But there is more than just Intel and SiS making these possibilities a reality. Come join Jon "Albinus" Albiez as he delves... Read the review.
It seems that nearly everyone is jumping aboard the new Intel i845D bandwagon, and Asus is no exception. Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the Asus P4B266 Motherboard that uses just... Read the review.
The SiS 645 chipset seems to be taking the Pentium 4 world by storm. With support for DDR memory and an official license from Intel, it looks like a very viable chipset to say the least. Will the Pentium... Read the review.
The Pentium 4 processor is getting a huge boost lately with the advent of chipsets that support the more cost-effective DDR memory modules. Add to this the fact that Intel isn't the only authorized player... Read the review.
Gigabyte has been in the business of making motherboards for quite some time now; since 1986 to be exact. They weren't really a name that was held in high regard by Power Users, but with the AMD Thunderbird... Read the review.
The Intel Pentium 4 has been a competitor ever since it's birth, but with the high cost of RDRAM, it just wasn't feasible for the majority of us. With Intel's recent release of the i845D chipset, however... Read the review.
The KT266A chipset was met with much fanfare and rave reviews. This is because its high performance and vast array of features gave it a leading edge over the competition. Join Asher "Acid" Moses in his... Read the review.
With all the hype of the new nVidia nForce chipset, it is time to see just how well it can compete against some pretty solid contenders. How well did it fare? Come on in and join Cameron "Sov" Johnson... Read the review.
EPoX has been tackling the motherboard crowd for some time now. So is it any surprise that they have come out with a Pentium 4 board that also uses the fastest memory available? Come join Cameron "Sov... Read the review.
So you want a shiny new Pentium4? And you don't want to have to spend huge amounts of money for RAMBUS type memory? If this sounds like you, then come on in and see Cameron "Sov" Johnson's review of the... Read the review.
Asus has been in the motherboard business for quite some time now. They always try to create a board with the latest chipsets, and for the most part try to make them overclocker friendly. So let's go... Read the review.