News tagged ‘x79’
Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012
PC enthusiasts already know the power of the ASRock X79 motherboards and the prowess of the Intel Smart Response Technology. This is why the Taiwan-based company decided to take it up a notch and combine the two, resulting to the X79 Extreme11 which is the first of its class.
Monday, 2 Jan 2012
Overclocker Hicookie reached a clock speed of 5.6GHz using a GIGABYTE GA-X79-UD3 motherboard and an Intel Core i7 3930K processor.
Thursday, 29 Dec 2011
Gigabyte has issued a crucial BIOS update for three of its X79 motherboards which are the GA-X79-UD3, GA-X79-UD5 and G1.Assassin 2. The company has admitted these boards may overheat and burn when they are overclocked.
Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011
ASRock has just announced the availability of its Fatal1ty X79 Professional motherboard for Sandy Bridge-E processors. This motherboard is targeted at gamers and rig builders who are enamored with the Fatal1ty series.
Thursday, 24 Nov 2011
ECS is all-set to join the X79 battle with two new motherboards, namely the X79R-AX Black Extreme and the X79R-AX Black Deluxe.
Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011
Here is another contest that will excite PC enthusiasts out there. MSI is slated to kick off the “Sandy Bridge Evolution” contest at HWBOT where participants will get a chance to win MSI X79 motherboards.
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
In order to support the new Intel Sandy Bridge-E based quad-channel memory processors (like the Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition), memory vendors such as Patriot Memory, Kingston, and Mach Xtreme are launching their new memory kits.
Saturday, 5 Nov 2011
Gigabyte has released several photos revealing the details of their upcoming X79 motherboards, the G1.Assassin 2, GA-X79-UD7, and GA-X79-UD5.
Monday, 31 Oct 2011
ASRock has joined the X79 pack! It has released pictures of its X79 offerings and they boast of opulent gold-capped capacitors set against black printed circuit boards.
Friday, 21 Oct 2011
The latest ECS motherboard based on the X79 chipset has been spotted! Resembling an offering from ECS's Black Series, it supports DDR3 2400MHz memory modules to let overclockers take it to the next level.