ASUS P6T DeLuxe review - X58 motherboard So ASUS has sent us this early version of their X58 motherboards. Sexy looks, loads of features, heck this motherboard will support up to 24GB of DDR3-1333 memory, thanks to its six DIMM slots. It also has features like a Serial Attached SCSI controller to support higher-end SAS hard drives known from the server industry for power users who desire nothing but the best performance.
Next to that, it's just an amazing piece of machinery to look at. Nice black PCB, extravagant connectivity, SLI/ Crossfire compatible, passively cooled. And if you opt the P6T Deluxe OC Palm version, you'll even receive an external little LCD screen showing off the latest system info, widgets and overclocking tools at hand. Very cool.
Intel X58 Extreme DX58SO motherboard Intel DX58SO motherboard test. This review is going to cover the basics of Intel's X58 mainboard chipset. The key features of course bringing support to QPI, triple-channel memory and Socket 1366 thus Core i7 processors. the mainboard used is Intel's reference Extreme DX58SO motherboard.
Though this is the Intel reference motherboard that shows off some really impressive performance and features, it's also a motherboard full of compromises in design. Today we take a look at it and in the coming week or two, we'll look at the X58 chipset.
Intel Core i7 920 and Core i7 965 Intel today launches their Core i7 products and x58 motherboard chipset, Core i7 as in their 7th architectural generation. A name that will catch on quickly and you'll get used to it just as quickly as well. No less then three processors are announced today in a good variety of pricing and Guru3D.com will take a look at two of them.
That in combo with triple channel memory and a scrumptious X58 mainboard chipset. We'll have several articles based on Core i7 products this week and oh man .. do these processors rock. It's definitely a very good step forward for that big company we all know as Intel.
Intel Core i7 Multi-GPU SLI & Crossfire game performance This Core i7 related article will cover Multi-GPU gaming, both ATI CrossfireX and NVIDIA SLI in combination for the all new Core i7 processors. We are not talking two GeForce 9600 GT's in SLI or a set of Radeon HD 4850 cards in Crossfire, no sir... we start in the high-end performance segment. Some examples of the cards we'll put in Crossfire or SLI are:
Radeon HD 4870 CrossfireX
Radeon HD 4870 X2
Radeon HD 4870 X2 Crossfire X (QuadFire)
GeForce 9800 GX2 SLI
GeForce GTX 260 SLI
GeForce GTX 280 SLI
GeForce GTX 280 3-way SLI.
That's 2-way, 3-way, heck even 4-way GPU performance compared using Intel's fastest processor on the globe. Definitely check out this article folks. And be amazed.
Intel releases Core i7 990X and new Xeons - 02/15/2011 12:14 PM
Intel today released a new hexacore processor, the Core i7 990 Extreme. Alongside this processor Intel also released twelve new Xeon server processors. The new 990X is the same as the 980X (3,33 GHz) ...
Intel Core i7 990X (3.46GHz) in Q1 2011 - 08/24/2010 09:28 AM
On the Xeon side of things there already is a counterpart, but for the consumer market it seems that Intel is slowly but steadily prepping a 32nm six-core Gulftown-based Core i7 990X processor which w...