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P5EVM HDMI
Asus P5E-VM HDMI

Socket 775; Micro-ATX

"... there's plenty to like about this Asus board. .The latest Intel processors are supported, the integrated graphics are good, plus the six SATA ports provide plenty of storage potential. …

2 reviews

 

IP-35 Pro
Abit IP35 Pro

Socket 775; ATX

"The IP35 Pro is a superb P35 motherboard that has all the features that you need at a reasonable price. However, we found it didn't overclock as much as we would have liked."

2 reviews

 

Jetway NC85-E350-LF
Jetway NC85-E350-LF

Mini-ITX; Features: Integrated processor, Integrated graphics chip

Tom's Hardware describes the Jetway NC85-E350-LF as an industrial PC part which emphasizes durability over features, and say it's best suited for use in harsher environments, like …

1 review

 

 
 
PCAM2RD790
Sapphire PC-AM2RD790 Crossfire X

Socket AM2; ATX

"Sapphire is back in the game with a well-laid out board that performs well, although it is a little pricey."

2 reviews

 

P7 N Sli Platinum
MSI P7N Sli Platinum

Socket 775; ATX

"If you plan on running SLI the MSI P7N is a decent motherboard, even though the IDE connectors are in a hopeless location. Those of you who feel that one graphics card is plenty should stick …

1 review

 

K 9A2 Platinum
MSI K9A2 Platinum

Socket AM2+, Socket AM2; ATX

"A well laid-out board with interesting futureproofing features and a competitive price."

1 review

 

GA 73PVM S2H
GigaByte GA-73PVM-S2H

Socket 775; Micro-ATX

"A well-designed board that's good value for the money."

1 review | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum
MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum

Socket AM2; ATX

PC Pro reports that in practice the Hybrid SLI technology ends up being rather limiting. The resulting price hike puts a wrench in what would otherwise be a decent motherboard.

1 review

 

Striker 2 Formula
Asus Striker II Formula

Socket 775; ATX

"... the Asus performed well and the test results were surprisingly good considering the memory was performing below par. ..."

1 review

 

Classified Super Record 2
EVGA Classified SR-2

Socket 1366; Features: Quad-SLI Support

To sum up, the reviewer believes the SR-2 is without competition with regard to its ability to break performance records through overclocking a set of Xeons and a large number of graphics cards, …

1 review

 

 
GigaByte GA-P55-UD6
GigaByte GA-P55-UD6

Socket 1156; ATX

"Plus: Heavyweight engineering; Solid all-round performance. Minus: Disappointing overclocking results; Still not exactly cheap."

1 review

 

MSI P43 Neo
MSI P43 Neo

Socket 775; ATX

The P43 Neo could be the starting point of a decent budget Core 2 Duo or Quad PC. Trusted Reviews believes that the feature-set is so limited that you are unlikely to save much by opting for this …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

P 35 Platinum
MSI P35 Platinum

Socket 775

"... it keeps pace with the Asus in most other regards, only lacking the integrated Wi-Fi and an Ethernet or SATA port here or there. It also has the edge thanks to a more affordable price …

2 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

MSI K9N2 Diamond
MSI K9N2 Diamond

Socket AM2; ATX

Any gamer-oriented motherboard is going to face stiff competition from Intel and this is exactly the case with the K9N2 Diamond. Without the firmware update, TrustedReviews weren't able to test …

1 review

 

AK-925 REVO
Akasa Revo

"It's an ideal solution for those building silent PCs but, due to the tight thermodynamic range of the coolant, it won't be of any use to overclockers."

2 reviews

 

M3A32 MVP Deluxe WiFi
Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe Wi-Fi

Socket AM2+; ATX

"It's clear that the new Phenom processor and 790 chipset have plenty of potential but even this excellent new Asus motherboard has a few issues, so for the time being we'll stick with …

1 review

 

MSI 770-C45
MSI 770-C45

Socket AM3; ATX

"... For the £55-60 being asked for the C45 across UK online retailers, it's really not that much money to spend on a motherboard that is stable, overclocks well and has 'enough' …

1 review | 3 opinions (Above average)

 

GigaByte Rampage Formula
GigaByte Rampage Formula

Socket 775, Socket AM2; ATX

"... the move from Intel's X38 to its X48 chipset doesn't make a huge difference to real world performance and it is clear the BIOS still needs some work before it even has some basic …

1 review

 

PI-AM2RS780 G
Sapphire PI-AM2RS780G

Socket AM2+, Socket AM2; ATX

"There's no denying that the 780G chipset is a jewel and the Sapphire PI-AM2RS780G is very cheap, but despite those two virtues it manages to leave us unimpressed due to its lack of …

1 review

 

Asus Striker II NSE
Asus Striker II NSE

Socket 775; ATX

Based on Trusted Reviews Test results you are better off going for the NSE rather that it's higher-end Extreme stablemate. You will, however, still end up paying a premium for the benefit of …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

 


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