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A sneak peek at Asus' P6T Deluxe Nehalem motherboard
Intel's next-gen Nehalem processor has yet to be released, but a compatible motherboard has already arrived in The Benchmarking Sweatshop. Behold Asus' P6T Deluxe:
What do you want from a motherboard?
In a few hours I set off on a super secret mission into the heart of the motherboard industry. I can't say much about...
How Intel ruined my Christmas vacation
Okay, Intel didn't actually spoil my entire vacation, but it came awfully close. To understand why, you need to go back a couple of months:...
Realtek resolves EAX issues, sort of
Realtek's series of ALC codec chips are by far the most popular solutions for integrated motherboard audio. Unfortunately, we discovered last year that the company's...
@#&$%! front panel connectors
The PC has thrived largely thanks to standards. In addition to allowing us to confuse the masses with acronyms like AGP, ATX, IDE, and PCI,...
A memo to motherboard makers
I've been reviewing motherboards for a long time here at TR. Over the years, I've seen a lot of innovative ideas, fantastic designs, and...
|Gigabyte XK700 keyboard will challenge your limits||10|
|Microsoft and Intel set to bring AR to the people with Project Evo||6|
|Global VR Association hits the road with Sony and Samsung in tow||3|
|Fitbit buys Pebble, leaving watch owners in the lurch||13|
|Bluetooth 5 spec promises increased speed, range, and throughput||12|
|Microsoft makes Windows 10 run on ARM devices||37|
|Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition: an overview||55|
|We have a winner in our limited-edition Corsair RM1000i giveaway||18|
|Jonsbo cases drop thick tempered glass on the competition||9|
|The little 1.5-GHz Celeron isn't likely to set anyone's pants on fire with its performance. Not setting pants on fire can be a good thing you know. --...||+40|