Who would like to switch to a current AMD socket 939 motherboard, should naturally not only compare the prices, but rather also the features, the performance, overclocking options and much more besides to look at. With approx. 70 euro the price of the gigabyte GA-K8NSC-939 AMD Athlon 64 motherboard is reasonable and if it can keep up the other factors, you shouldn’t miss in the following mainboard Review.
Today there’s a very well overclockable Athlon 64 motherboard at ocinside.de The EPoX EP-8KDA3+ nForce3 Socket 754 board can really convince on the whole line and is thus the first Reviewed motherboard, where’s absolutely no negative aspect. More details to the overclocking features, the scope of supply and the technical equipment is shown in the EPoX EP-8KDA3+ Athlon 64 Review.
1x W-LAN, 2x Gigabit LAN, 8x S-ATA ports, 10x USB ports and 8-channel sound with 6x 3.5 mm jacks. That sounds no longer like a Motherboard, but rather like a complete PC. It is however the newest Gigabyte K8NXP-SLI Socket 939 flagship, which gives us this joy. And not only that, but also still sayful overclock adjustments and an awesome performance distinguish this motherboard. All further details of this great Overclocking Dream Socket 939 PCIe SLI board are in the … Continue reading Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI AMD Athlon 64 Socket 939 PCIe SLI motherboard Review
The EPoX EP-8NPA SLI Motherboard is the first Socket 754 board in the test, which has the nForce4 SLI chipset like current Socket 939 boards and can be equipped with two PCIe 16x video cards. Altogether this SLI board gives the Socket 754 a completely new meaning and an ample scope for new AMD PC system combinations. All further details of the overclocking result, equipment and performance of SLI vs. Non SLI in comparison are in the current EPoX S754 … Continue reading EPoX EP-8NPA SLI AMD Athlon 64 Socket 754 PCIe SLI motherboard Review
Today I would like to present a completely special nForce2 chipset based mainboard. The SOLTEK SL-75FRN2-RL compared to more than 20 tested mainboards is a real tough competitor and clearly reaches the top past all mainboards tested in overclocking. With changeable VDD, VDIMM, Vcore, multiplier, FSB, AGP bus and many other options the SL-75FRN2-RL offers as standard. Before I continue, I would like to let the readers know that the SOLTEK SL-75FRN2-RL won the Overclocking Dream Award 12/2003.
The Albatron K8X800 pro has at present a price of approx. of 70 euro (02/2005) and is thereby appropriate in the good centre of the 754 Mainboards. However the equipment and the overclock features aren’t in the centre zone, because large variety at different voltage adjustments are found neither on one of the reviewed SocketA Mainboards, nor on the so far tested Socket 754 Mainboards.
The EPoX 9NPA+ SLI Socket 939 PCI express motherboard offers in addition to the two 16x PCIe SLI video card slots even three PCI card slots. And in spite of the original chipset voltage this board was overclocked to a HT reference clock of 330 MHz, so also processors with locked multiplier are able to reach a real good frequency. There’re many reasons why this EPoX motherboard got the OverClocking Dream Award, so you shouldn’t miss out on.
Today again an inexpensive AMD Socket 939 motherboard is reviewed at ocinside.de The ASRock 939A8X-M MicroATX board with the ULi M1689 chipset was tested both within the overclocking range and regarding the features. Who would like to arrange a new AMD Socket 939 system with a small purse, shouldn’t miss out this Mobo Review.
The EPoX EP-9NPA+ Ultra PCI express motherboard set a good example in the latest board and BIOS revision. Because beside the brilliant equipment the nForce4 Ultra board offers awesome features to overclock and delivers significant performance gains. All important details of the EP-9NPA+ Ultra Socket 939 motherboard are available in the Review, and in the
Not all AMD PCIe motherboards are inevitably equipped with a nForce4 chipset. ASRock shows us, what’s possible with a SiS 756 chipset in combination with a SiS 965L South Bridge. The inexpensive ASRock 939S56-M Socket 939 PCIe motherboard offers the most important features, which are necessary for the entrance into the fast 16x PCI express technology. Further details regarding the equipment, performance and overclocking of the approx. 54 Euro PCIe motherboard are tested in the latest ocinside.de motherboard Review and … Continue reading ASRock 939S56-M AMD Athlon 64 Socket 939 PCIe motherboard Review
An AMD Socket AM2 CPU in an AMD Socket 939 motherboard won’t work ? It works 😉 As already mentioned in the previous Review, the ASRock 939SLI32-eSATA2 motherboard offers beside the AMD 939 pin CPU socket also a so-called ASRock Future CPU Port. Who already own this board and would like to buy now one of the inexpensive AMD AM2 CPUs, is able upgrade the board for Socket AM2 within a few minutes This Review contains the final result, the … Continue reading AMD Athlon 64 Socket AM2 CPU in a Socket 939 Motherboard
There are many water cooling systems for the PC and Mac on the market, whereby the choice isn’t really easy. The company Asetek offers beside the well-known VapoChill Compressor cooling units (see ocinside.de Test section) since a few years in addition also water cooling units with the name WaterChill. But new is the concept, that the radiator with pump unit, water reservoir, and fans are embedded in one complete cooling unit, which is managed with a special USB control panel … Continue reading Asetek WaterChill Xternal Water Cooling Review
ASRock Motherboard Preview August 2006 The newest ASRock Motherboards The introduction to the ASRock product presentation … Also in this year the company ASRock invited again to the current product presentation on 30.08.06 and presented a couple of interesting AMD and Intel Motherboards. The presentation was in the above shown hotel “van the Valk” in Cuijk (Netherland). On the following pages the new AM2NF6G-VSTA, ALiveNF4G-DVI, 939Dual-VSTA, ALiveSATA2-GLAN and AM2NF3-VSTA ASRock AMD Motherboards are presented, which were partially also Live demonstrated. … Continue reading ASRock Motherboard Preview August 2006