Gigabyte GA-G33M-S2H

Gigabyte GA-G33M-S2H @ PC Per

“In May, Intel released the G33 Express chipset that supports the latest multi-core processors up to 1333MHz FSB and the upcoming 45nm platform. This chipset was also developed to support the latest high-definition video capabilities as well as support HD DVD and Blu-ray technologies. Gigabyte has taken full advantage of this chipset’s performance capabilities with the GA-G33M-S2H.”

ASUS P53K Deluxe

ASUS P53K Deluxe @ RBMods

“Today we are taking a look at a Asus P53K Deluxe motherboard. What is deluxe about this? Well features like Wifi, and HDMI should make you take extra time in considering this card. Also, it supports DDR3 and has the performance features most Asus cards have; or at least that is what they say. So let’s take a closer look at this motherboard and see how it actually does perform.”

Foxconn Mars

Foxconn Mars @ PCStats

“Foxconn’s MARS motherboard was a breeze to work with, I particularly liked the physical power, reset and clear CMOS buttons. Enthusiasts will find a very tweakable BIOS, and the Gladiator BIOS tools are a real time saver. Be warned though, if you’re new to the overclocking game don’t go too crazy with the voltage options, you can permanently damage your hardware!”


ECS A770M-A @ OC Club

“The A770M-A is an entry level AMD 7 series (770/790X/790FX) ATX size motherboard for the Spider platform (when paired with a Phenom CPU and ATI 3800 series graphics card). Upon first glance, the layout of the board looks promising. It has support for the Quad Core Phenom CPU as well as Dual and Single Core AM2 CPUs, so current AM2 users have an easy upgrade path to the Spider platform that should not break the bank all at once.”


ASUS M3A32-MVP DeLuxe/WiFi-AP @ Hardware Secrets

“ASUS M3A32-MVP DeLuxe/WiFi-AP is today the most high-end motherboard for the AMD platform money can buy. Based on the new AMD 790FX chipset this board is targeted to the AMD gaming platform “Spider”, featuring four PCI Express x16 slots allowing up to four video cards working in parallel thru the new CrossFireX interconnection mode.”

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP @ TBreak

“Some users might want Wi-Fi connection out-of-box, while others would prefer having dual Ethernet feature, ability to overclock CPU to its limits or just run the whole thing silently. With their newest board, P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP @n, Asus has integrated all those functions. Is P5E3 right board for you?”

ASUS ROG X38 DDR3 Maximus Extreme

ASUS ROG X38 DDR3 Maximus Extreme @ TweakTown

“X38 is now here, and it’s still a mixed bag in regards to how it performs. So far there aren’t really any performance breaking features of the chipset, it’s basically a P35 but with better Crossfire support and a few novelties such as XMP memory profiles. Today we are testing out the ASUS Maximus Extreme board which is designed to be the most impressive board ASUS has ever put out to market.”

ASUS P5E3 Premium & Maximus Extreme

ASUS P5E3 Premium & Maximus Extreme @ Hot Hardware

“We hope you all had good weekends. We’re writing to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features, overclockability, and performance of two of Asus’ premiere motherboards for the Intel platform, the X48-based P5E3 Premium and the X38-based Maximus Extreme.”


DFI LANParty DK P35 T2R/S @ OC Online

“If you remember the DFI NF4 motherboards, they had excellent performance in OC and stability. They were also reasonably priced. Today, one of our forum members made a very detailed post on what’s included with the DK P35 and how it performs. Let’s see if it’s the same!”

ASUS X38 Forumula Maximus

ASUS X38 Forumula Maximus @ Neoseeker

“The stock results show that the Formula Maximus Special Edition performs well; and the overclocked results show that it can reach clock speeds fairly close to the maximum of other X38 and P35 boards. The dual PCIe 2.0 16x slots mean that you will not run out of PCIe bandwidth for high end CrossFire setups; frankly, video cards are no where near saturating even a PCIe 1.0 8x link in dual card configurations, so the Maximus leaves you with plenty of headroom.”