EVGA Z370 Micro

Equipped with durable power delivery hardware, reinforced PCIe and DIMM slots, dual BIOS, 11 Phase VRM, and more, this board is built for stability. If you’re eager to overclock, the upgraded hardware and massive VRM cooling should help you unleash your CPU of choice. Of course, specs here and there are one thing, how it performs in the real world is another. Let’s get it on the test bench and see if EVGA can deliver the goods!

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Introduction The ASUS ROG Crosshair Vi Hero is one of the best X370 motherboards available right now and we are going to check out why. We got this high-end X370 motherboard as part of our AMD Ryzen review kit and it definitely lives up to the ASUS ROG brand name. Aesthetics The ASUS Crosshair VI…

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EVGA X299 Dark

In this review I’ll be showing you the latest high performance motherboard from EVGA called the X299 Dark.  By now we have all seen the pre-release photos and I even posted a “First Look” of the X299 Dark last year before Computex 2017.  I was excited about the board then and even more so now.

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Supermicro X11DAi-N

Today we are going to take a look at a dual processor server motherboard from Supermicro, which is one of the best-known vendors for top of the line enterprise motherboards. The new motherboard uses the C621 chipset, which is rated at a hefty 15W TPU and looks much different than Intel’s consumer chipset.

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AMD Ryzen 5 2600

AMD’s Ryzen 5 2600 provides excellent performance in productivity applications and competitive frame rates in games. It’s also an attractive choice for anyone building a PC in a compact case, given a 65W TDP. But if you’re more interested in raw performance or overclocking, Ryzen 5 2600X is a better option for just $20 more.

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So even with new CPUs on the way if you are looking to build small form factor you will most likely still need to go X370 initially. So I’m excited both to finally see what Asus has to offer for AM4 ITX and to see how it compares to the Gigabyte AB350N board that I’ve been using all over the office. But I’m also hoping the Strix X370-I Gaming is a solid board that will let me build a crazy second gen Ryzen build when they finally come out as well.

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Supermicro H11DSi-NT

Supermicro primarily sells fully configured systems today, but the company still has a components business that forms the backbone of a large ecosystem. Our review today is going to be of the Supermicro H11DSi-NT, a dual AMD EPYC motherboard that is at the heart of the Supermicro 4023S-TRT 4U pedestal server.

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About a year ago ASUS introduced a new angle on the popular ROG Maximus line targeted squarely at the extreme overclocking crowd. With features unheard of to dates such as layout optimized memory with only a single stick per channel, a non-square X-shaped PCB, and condensation detection built right into the mix. It was one of the best boards they…

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