ASUS held a tech seminar in Singapore which showcased the company's upcoming fleet of Z87-based motherboards for Intel's fourth generation Core processors. With its latest lineup, ASUS hopes to answer the needs of everyone, be it for gamers, power users, or mainstream users.
Months after its initial appearance at CeBIT 2013 in Germany, MSI is bringing the Z77A-GD65 Gaming Series motherboard to the Philippines. Learn more about the features, specifications, and performance of this motherboard by reading the full review.
With the availability of Trinity desktop APUs from AMD, it's just natural to see new motherboards that support the new chips to be out in the market. In this shootout, we gathered motherboards from ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI to find out which one's the best for you.
As 2013 begins, we take a look back at some of the last year's top products, from the best games and apps, to the best headphones, notebooks, televisions, and much more. If it was worth mentioning for 2012, you'll find it in here!
ASUS brings in the P8Z77-V Deluxe as an additional member to its Intel Z77-based motherboards. Carrying the Deluxe branding, this motherboard packs features which caters to PC enthusiasts and DIY fans. Let's take a closer look to find out what sets this board apart from the competition.
First seen at Computex 2012, the Z77 MPower is part of a new subseries within MSI's elite family of Big Bang motherboards. Carrying the OC Certified badge, we put to the test this flagship motherboard to find out if it really deserves its status.
First seen at Computex 2012, the F2A85X-UP4 is one of the latest Gigabyte motherboards designed for AMD's A-Series Trinity APUs for desktop PCs. Read on to find out more about this new motherboard.
ASUS completes its lineup of Intel Z77-based motherboards under the Republic of Gamers (ROG) label with the Maximus V Extreme. The most expensive offering in the lineup, this motherboard comes with an abundant set of features for real-time hardware monitoring and advanced overclocking.
The Gigabyte X79S-UP5 WiFi is not your typical Intel X79-based motherboard. It specifically uses the C606 chipset that adds to it enterprise-class features like full compatibility with Xeon processors and ECC memory modules as well as integration of SAS connectors.
Biostar is targeting a different market with its "Puro Hi-Fi" series motherboards. The Biostar Hi-Fi Z77X isn't your standard ATX motherboard when it comes to onboard audio. Check the review to find out more about this motherboard.