MSI has just launched two new motherboards as part of their Gaming Series of motherboards. They are the B85I Gaming and the B85M gaming. The B85M gaming is a Micro-ATX board whereas the B85I Gaming is Mini-ITX. These boards have many of the features found on MSI’s Gaming Motherboards like USB Audio Power, Killer LAN, Audio Boost, and a whole new software and hardware design for enhanced performance.
Intel will be launching their Haswell refresh in about a month. The refresh will be compatible with the next generation 9-Series chipset compatible H97 and Z97 motherboards. HardwareLuxx got a first look at MSI’s upcoming Z97 motherboard prototypes at an NDA briefing.
MSI unveiled their first FM2+ socket motherboards at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month and they are launching them today. The A88X-G45 Gaming and the A88XM Gaming motherboards are the first gaming motherboards from MSI for the AMD FM2+ socket.
We can now welcome the GIGABYTE G1.Sniper Z5S and GIGABYTE G1.Sniper Z5 gaming motherboards which were announced earlier today by GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd. These motherboards are going to feature the signature GIGABYTE AMP-UP Audio features along with the Qualcomm Atheros Killer E2200 networking.
Some more important questions of today’s world might also revolve around as to what are the complete qualities that separate a gaming motherboard from the customary motherboards out there? Right away ASRock explains the meaning of true gaming motherboards with their new Killer Series – Z87 Killer, B85 Killer, 990fx Killer and Fm2a88x+ Killer
BIOSTAR has announced the arrival of two motherboards which have been designed exclusively to aid in the setting up of a Bitcoin mining machine. One of the motherboards, the Hi-Fi H81 S2 is going to be based on the Intel H81 chipset featuring the Intel socket 1150 board and the other one is the H61B which is a socket 1155 board.
BIOSTAR has released their all new motherboards which are based on the Intel B85 chipset and they are now ready to be purchased. Intel’s 4th generation Core i7 and Core i5 processors are supported by these motherboards and it does so by the 1150 package which is making use of the Intel B85 single chip architecture.
Not that long ago MSI released BIOS updates for their X79 motherboards to support Intel’s latest Ivy Bridge-E processors. Since that time 7 CPU-based word records have been broken by overclockers using MSI X79 motherboards.