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Military Grade - ASUS SABERTOOTH 55i

Military Grade - ASUS SABERTOOTH 55i

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ASUS' new series of motherboards, 'The Ultimate Force' or TUF, gets its first member with the SABERTOOTH 55i. Featuring military grade components and an unique ceramic-based heatsink coating, this is a rugged premium board using the Intel P55 Express chipset. We find out just how tough it is.

Intel P55 Motherboard Shootout - The New Mainstream

Intel P55 Motherboard Shootout - The New Mainstream

With the new mainstream Lynnfield processors lowering the price of entry for Intel's current platform, it's time to look at the rest of the supporting cast. Today, we bring together five of the top P55 motherboards from major vendors to find out which one deserves to be in your next PC.

Triple Mainstream AMD 785G Roundup

Triple Mainstream AMD 785G Roundup

The heir to the popular mainstream AMD 780G chipset, the 785G has arrived but it appears to have kept with the status quo. Can these three new motherboards from ASUS, ECS and Gigabyte convince us otherwise? We take these boards for a spin in our lab and paint the results for you.

First Looks: ASUS SBC-04D1S-U External Blu-ray Combo Drive

First Looks: ASUS SBC-04D1S-U External Blu-ray Combo Drive

A slim accessory for any PC owner hoping to add Blu-ray playback conveniently, the ASUS SBC-04D1S-U Blu-ray combo drive has landed in our lab.

The Overclocking DNA - ASUS Rampage II Gene (Intel X58)

The Overclocking DNA - ASUS Rampage II Gene (Intel X58)

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A high-end enthusiast class chipset like the Intel X58 Express in a microATX form factor? That has been done. But what about a microATX board bearing ASUS' overclocking oriented Republic of Gamers logo? We check out the small but lean Rampage II Gene.

Fast and Furious - GeForce GTX 285 Duel

Fast and Furious - GeForce GTX 285 Duel

With the new GeForce GTX 285 firmly cementing its place as the fastest GPU on the planet, we take a look at closer look at some of the fastest GeForce GTX 285 cards money can buy. Featuring contenders from heavyweights ASUS and MSI, this is going to get dirty.

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