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J&W Electronics Minix 890GX-USB3
J&W Electronics Minix 890GX-USB3

Socket AM3; Mini-ITX; Features: Diagnostic Display, Integrated graphics chip

While the Minix 890GX-USB3 might just be acceptable for building a basic computer and has the advantage of SATA 6gbps support and a good list of features, Bit-tech reckon that Asus' M4A88T-I is …

1 review

 

GigaByte GA-990FXA-UD3
GigaByte GA-990FXA-UD3

Socket AM3+; ATX

For a high-end motherboard, the GA-990FXA-UD3 is quite decently priced, but its main problem is that it's meant for AMD's CPU Bulldozer range, which has turned out to be a very …

1 review | 27 opinions (Above average)

 

P6 X58 D Premium
Asus P6X58D Premium

ATX; Features: Heatpipes, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

"... Like the earlier models, the P6X58D Premium performs well, is easy to use and is a highly competent overclocker. ... If you're building an i7 PC, these things should matter, as …

1 review | 2 opinions (Above average)

 

 
Asus Maximus II Gene
Asus Maximus II Gene

Socket 775; Micro-ATX

"The Gene is a nice little P45 board with plenty of grunt, a solid BIOS and decent overclocking but for the size it isn't cheap. ... the Maximus II Gene is a great motherboard: it's …

2 reviews

 

Asus Maximus III Extreme
Asus Maximus III Extreme

Socket 1156; ATX

"... does it deliver in terms of performance? Somewhat disappointingly, it doesn't top our overclocking table with the base clock running out of steam at 195MHz and therefore a maximum …

1 review

 

Asrock 890GM Pro3
Asrock 890GM Pro3

Socket AM3; Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

"... With USB 3.0 and core unlocking it's got the key features that most people will want, and those that it's missing - with the exception of IDE - they can probably live without. …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

Mainboards Sockel 1156 Mainboard Maximus III Formula Sound, G-LAN, FW, SATAII RAID
Asus Maximus III Formula

"We feel somewhat underwhelmed by the Maximus III Formula ... for this money you can buy a very good X58 motherboard and Core i7-920 that offers more, and for two thirds the cash you can get any …

2 reviews

 

Asus P7H55D-M Evo
Asus P7H55D-M Evo

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX

"... So what are we left with? A good-looking mainstream board with all the features you'd really need including USB 3.0, but suffering from slightly under-par overclocking performance, for …

1 review

 

Asus Maximus III Gene
Asus Maximus III Gene

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX

"... When it comes to value for money, the Maximus III Gene doesn't carry as much of a premium as one might expect, since it's available for around £150. ... Unfortunately, as already …

1 review | 1 opinion (Poor)

 

Intel DH55TC
Intel DH55TC

Socket 1156; Micro-ATX

"... Unsurprisingly for an Intel motherboard, there aren't any overclocking controls in the BIOS for eking out more performance from your processor. Intel would much rather you buy a faster …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

 
GigaByte GA-H57M-USB3
GigaByte GA-H57M-USB3

Socket 1156; ATX

"For: Good overclocking performance; Low thermal/power demands. Against: Little different to H55; Not a value part."

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

GigaByte GA-790XTA-UD4
GigaByte GA-790XTA-UD4

ATX

The GA_790XTA-UD4 supports SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 for high speed data transfer and there is also full support for 2x 16 PCI-e graphics. Tech Radars concern was that it is based around the old AMD …

2 reviews

 

TA870 Plus
Biostar TA870+

Socket AM3; ATX

"... The TA870+ is certainly a good-looking board (we can only hope Biostar keeps this new colour scheme up) and its red & black livery will go well with the latest Radeon video cards, but …

1 review

 

MSI 785GM-E65
MSI 785GM-E65

Micro-ATX; Features: Integrated graphics chip

There are certainly some likable qualities about the MSI 785GM-E65, such as its great feature set, easy-to-use BIOS, and modest energy use; however, it just doesn't have the same appeal as …

3 reviews

 

Asus M4A785D-M Pro
Asus M4A785D-M Pro

Socket AM2+; Micro-ATX

"... The M4A785D-M Pro has six USB ports, as well as three headers which can be turned into another six ports using backplates, which should be enough for all but the biggest peripheral …

3 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

Asus AT5IONT-I
Asus AT5IONT-I

Mini-ITX; Features: Integrated graphics chip, Heatpipes

The most attractive qualities of the AT5IONT-I are its low power consumption and huge cooling system, two features that seem to make it ideal for building a silent media centre PC. PC Pro noted, …

1 review | 6 opinions (Above average)

 

GigaByte GA-H55M-S2
GigaByte GA-H55M-S2

Micro-ATX

The GA-H55M-S2's basic feature list lacks many fancy extras found in other motherboards, but this helps keep the price down and makes for a very good board for building a small and/or basic PC. …

1 review

 

GA970AUD3
GigaByte GA-970A-UD3

Socket AM3; ATX; Features: Dual BIOS, Start-Reset Button, Overclocking- / Turbo Function

Tech Radar say that although the Gigabyte 970A-UD3 is currently the best value option for the Bulldozer CPUs, by the time of release this could have all changed, and Bulldozer has still yet to prove …

1 review | 10 opinions (Average)

 

H-55-A
Foxconn H55A

Socket 1156; ATX

In spite of its budget price and full ATX size, Expert Reviews didn't think that the Foxconn H55A was very good value, since its performance is well below that of most of its competitors. It is …

1 review

 

MSI 770-G45
MSI 770-G45

Socket AM3; ATX

"... We're not convinced the performance gain is worth the configuration hassle or the extra cost over a single, powerful graphics card. Being able to fit a second graphics card is still a …

1 review

 

 

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