When you first look at this motherboard you think to yourself is this really a Gigabyte Gaming Motherboard? Yes, Gigabyte has ditched the neon green and black design and has opted to change their gaming line to a red and black design, which is common for gaming motherboards these days. Don’t let the color change fool you this motherboard is packed with features. First and foremost for gamers this motherboard is capable of 4-way multiple graphics card configuration thanks to the PLX PEX8747 chip, it has Killer E2200 networking platform for no-lag gaming, and AMP-UP audio technology for the best game sound. If that is not enough you also have SATA Express, gold-plated display and audio ports, and Gigabyte’s Ultra Durable design so you know this board is built with quality components. Let’s jump in!
ECS today proudly announced the unmatched motherboard in the market for the Intel Pentium 20th anniversary edition processor, Z97-PK , has been released to all the fans that are searching for exciting overclocking performance within affordable price.
It looks like today is a big reveal day for X99 motherboards! ASRock has revealed the first Micro-ATX X99 motherboard that we have seen in their Fatal1ty X99M Killer motherboard. This is of course is the little brother to the Fatal1ty X99X Killer and in addition to the X99 WS workstation motherboard that was revealed earlier today.
ASRock has just unveiled their upcoming X99 WS motherboard which is based on the upcoming X99 chipset for workstations. This motherboard is in addition to the X99 Extreme6, X99 Extreme4 and Fatal1ty X99X Killer that ASRock has already revealed.
ASRock has officially revealed their upcoming Fatal1ty X99X Killer Motherboard. This board is much like the Fatal1ty Z97 Killer that we recently reviewed. Being a Fatal1ty motherboard you know that it is targeted towards gamers.
Gigabyte has just unveiled their X99 SOC Force Motherboard, which is actually the second X99 motherboard that they have previewed this month. The X99 Gaming WiFi board was previewed last week! What that board was focused more towards gamers the X99 SOC Force is aimed at high-end overclockers and features a variety of features.
ASUS came up with a new idea when they launched their Maximus VI Impact board as it featured a vertical daughterboard that has the motherboard’s hefty VRM components. ASUS’s new Maximus VII Impact board relies heavily on this concept as it will feature as many as five daughterboards.
MSI’s XPower and MPower motherboards have become extremely popular over the past couple of years. we loved the Z97 MPower board! MSI has just revealed their flagship X99S XPower AC motherboard and it looks quite impressive!