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J&W X48D2-EXTREME Motherboard

J&W are a new motherboard company trying to make a name in a very competitive field. Today they show us their X48 board.

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Oct 3, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%      Manufacturer: J&W Technology

J&W X48D2 Extreme Motherboard

 

Introduction

 

J&W is a relatively unknown company to us here at TweakTown. However, that doesn't stop us from looking at anyone's products. In fact, the computer industry needs some fresh blood to stir up the big names. ASRock did this when their motherboards hit the market, showing some initiative and good overall designs. ASRock boards are extremely popular in the value and budget sectors, where ECS used to rule the roost.

 

Looking at J&W's homepage, we learnt that the company was founded back in 1994. So while a young company in the grand scheme of things, they have been around in the shadows, mainly as an nForce motherboard partner. However, it's now evident in today's market you simply can't put all your eggs in one basket, especially in motherboards and graphics cards; you just can't survive on one brand alone.

 

Today we have our very first J&W motherboard based around the Intel X48 chipset. No big surprise here on the choice of chipset due to its maturity and presence as an enthusiast oriented piece of kit. But how well does it compare to the likes of the even newer P45 based offerings? Let's find out.

 

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