Gigabyte P55-UD6 Review – Phase Power

Motherboards often find themselves on the line of pro’s and con’s. The Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 manages to cross over temporal barriers and place itself in a category that is well deserved. With a 2oz copper PCB design, the Ultra Durable 3 technology of the Gigabyte P55-UD6 provides stability while also giving PC enthusiasts a level of security in terms of design and power. Through great design in the ...[Read More]

Intel DX48BT2 Review: Pulsation

Feel the rush of blood to your head. That’s you enjoying yourself on a high powered gaming experience. But what’s the thing helping to throw you asunder in this reality from the one you live in? Designed chiefly (but not just) to bring the definitive performance from your Intel Core 2 Extreme processor, Intel’s graceful Desktop Board DX48BT2 creates a rush those charged electrons in your circuitry...[Read More]

ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe Review: Bring Another One

ASUS always has something ready for themselves. The launch of the AM2+ socket and the AMD 770 chipset brings us another new ASUS motherboard to look at. This board comes with a lot of the familiar ASUS offerings that will make the ASUS user comfortable, but ASUS has also thrown in a few new additions that I think will make the enthusiast user very happy. As you look at the Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe th...[Read More]

XFX 780i Review: How Does 780i Do?

NVIDIA originally claims the 680i SLI chipset will support all 45nm dual-core and quad-core processors, but that came to an end when Intel made some changes on their latest stepping on their 45nm quad-core Yorkfield processors. NVIDIA has refined their BIOS for overclocking as they have added half multipliers to the mix, which allows you to better dial in your overclock. They have also some newer ...[Read More]

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