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November 17th, 2010 | Elric Phares
Have you wanted to get your hands on an X58 motherboard, but didn't the cash? Gigabyte's new X58-USB3 motherboard has all the frills minus the high price tag making it a Top Value product. - read more
 
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November 2nd, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
MSI goes over the top when it comes to features with their Big Bang Xpower Motherboard, this board is simply awesome. - read more
 
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October 7th, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
Overclockers and gamers will be very satisfied with the new Republic Of Gamers Rampage Formula III, its got what it takes to be a winner. - read more
 
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September 29th, 2010 | Motherboards.org
 
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September 28th, 2010 | Elric Phares
If you are an AMD fan check out the new 880GMA-UD2H from Gigabyte, its aimed to please the media crowd. - read more
 
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August 27th, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
The BIOSTAR TA870+ motherboard is retailing for $89.99, making an excellent purchase for those that want to upgrade their CPU without breaking the bank. The board has all of the features one would expect from an 870 board with the exception of USB 3.0 which would have added to the component costs associated with the NEC chip required for implementation. Otherwise, this is a well-rounded board that is a good choice for those wanting the latest AM3 CPU with up to two video card configurations... - read more
 
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August 21st, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
MSI has hit a home run in many respects with the P55A Fuzion motherboard. This board has all of the features of the P55 platform and adds a new feature that only two boards on the market have in terms of the Lucid Fuzion technology. This allows you to install a NVIDIA card along with an ATI card at the same time to improve performance. This has the benefit of installing a new card without losing the benefit of the older card getting free performance is always a good thing. The other board is an... - read more
 
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August 19th, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
You might think that I have some issues with the layout of the H55N-USB3 motherboard and I do but it is perfectly understandable. This board is designed to fit into a mini-ITX or bigger case, and is targeted for the HTPC market meaning things like large after-market CPU coolers are the farthest things from the target market’s minds. Considering its target market, and the amount of features including USB 3.0 with 3x power for powering up USB devices, the H55N-USB3 deserves a look from anyone... - read more
 

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