While home networking is moving slowly forward in the march towards 10GBase-T, having high speed access in the enterprise arena can be a specific requirement for a mission critical application. The most common way to add 10GbE capabilities are through add-in cards, or buying motherboards with them on board. The higher specification the motherboard (dual socket or more, many $$$$), the more likely this capability is to be added. For comparison, a PCIe card with 10GBase-T can cost $400+, so adding this to a motherboard requires that high end specification. GIGABYTE Server (a subdivision of GIGABYTE) emailed us today regarding the release of their GA-6PXSVT single socket LGA2011 motherboard that implements a single SFP+ 10GbE port on the rear panel.
Today we bring you an in-depth review of Gigabyte’s first retail motherboard based on NVIDIA’s immensely popular nForce2 Ultra 400 chipset. Read on to find out if this motherboard...
Evan Lieb on 7/5/2003
Epox is the first out of the gate with a KT600 motherboard. Read on to find out if the hype lives up to expectations…
Evan Lieb on 7/1/2003
We've got over 30 875P and 865PE motherboards in our West Coast Labs that have been or are currently going through intensive benchmarking and stress testing. Here is a...
Evan Lieb on 6/12/2003
Today we bring you yet another 875P motherboard review, this time from desktop motherboard manufacturer DFI.
Evan Lieb on 6/10/2003
We kick off our coverage of 865PE motherboards with Albatron's offering. Read on to find out if the PX865PE Pro and PX865PE Pro II (review board) are right for you...
Evan Lieb on 5/23/2003
We were impressed with MSI's 875P solution but now it's time to take a look at the IC7-G, from a company who is no stranger to overclocking - ABIT.
Evan Lieb on 5/21/2003
A new month, a new motherboard. Take a look at everything MSI's 875P has to offer and why we're thoroughly impressed by it.
Evan Lieb on 5/6/2003
Another day another 875P motherboard review. Today we take a look at ASUS' entry into the 875P motherboard line with their P4C800 Deluxe motherboard. Does the ASUS board have...
Evan Lieb on 4/17/2003
Today we take a look at what will be the first in a long line of 875P motherboards that we will be investigating in the coming weeks and months...
Evan Lieb on 4/17/2003
Today we take a look at one of the few 800MHz FSB 845PE motherboards that will be available on the market along with the upcoming 865 and 875 dual...
Evan Lieb on 4/6/2003
Just recently you learned about VIA’s latest Socket A chipset, the KT400A. With its improved memory controller among other performance enhancements, we had hoped the VIA KT400A would dethrone...
Evan Lieb on 3/31/2003
Today we get our hands on another motherboard based on the chipset currently making waves in the Pentium 4 market. The ASUS P4SDX Deluxe is a SiS 655 motherboard...
Evan Lieb on 2/18/2003
We continue our coverage of dual channel DDR Pentium 4 motherboards based on the SiS 655 chipset with Gigabyte's offering, dubbed SINXP1394. Find out how the SINXP1394 stacks...
Evan Lieb on 2/11/2003
Today we take a look at the SiS 655 based MSI 655 Max-FISR. Featuring a dual channel DDR memory controller able to operate at DDR400 speeds, does the MSI...
Evan Lieb on 2/3/2003
A couple months ago, ABIT refreshed their successful IT7 MAX2 V.1 845E-based motherboard with the 845PE-based IT7 Max2 V.2. Today we take a look at ABIT's latest 845PE motherboard...
Evan Lieb on 1/13/2003
We’ve spent the last two weeks, including much of our Thanksgiving break, testing, stressing and researching six of the latest Athlon XP motherboards based on NVIDIA’s flagship chipset, the...
Evan Lieb on 12/4/2002
While Granite Bay isn’t the second coming that some in the computer hardware world were hoping it would be, it turns out that Intel has produced yet another solid...
Evan Lieb on 11/18/2002
Today we take a look at rare motherboard to come out of ECS's manufacturing plants, the ECS L4S8A based on the SiS 648 chipset. Despite the fact that this...
Evan Lieb on 11/11/2002
MSI just recently introduced their line of 845PE boards, dubbed the 845PE Max2 series. MSI sent us their top-of-the-line Pentium 4 motherboard dubbed 845PE Max2-FIR, and today we stress...
Evan Lieb on 10/31/2002
In the days of Socket-7 and Slot-1 motherobards AOpen was a popular brand in the community. Stability was a cornerstone of their products and performance was top-notch. ...
Evan Lieb on 10/22/2002