We've been covering motherboards here at TR for a long time, and I think we do the most comprehensive testing around. Our efforts don't always translate into reader interest, though, and our motherboard reviews are among the least read articles we publish. Clearly, something is wrong with the formula. We're looking to fix it, and we'd like your input.
What do you like about our recent motherboard reviews and round-ups? What don't you like? And perhaps most importantly, what would you like to see from us on the motherboard front?
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|GeForce 384.94 drivers are ready to break the law||2|
|Rumor: Specs of six-core Coffee Lake CPUs leak||35|
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|Gigabyte SA-SBCAP3350 puts formidable power on a single board||14|
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|Ryzen is dual channel and it's memory controller isn't as good as Intel. Does that answer your question?||+14|