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One of the most important components of a high performance rig is a quality motherboard. ProClockers has a large library of unbiased motherboard reviews in today's top form factors from the industries top manufacturers. Whether you are looking for ATX motherboard reviews, ITX motherboard reviews, or mini-ATX motherboard reviews, we have you covered.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 - 8:00am
ASRock X99 WS-E

The X99 WS-E Supports Intel Core i7 and Xeon E5-1600/2600 v3 processor families for the LGA 2011-3 Socket, with up to 18 Cores and 160W TDP. ASRock’s Digi Power, 12 Power Phase design ensures ample overclocking potential. Eight DDR4 slots allow for 3200+(OC), UDIMM ECC, RDIMM Memory with maximum capacity up to 128GB. Intel Dual Gigabit LAN handles networking duty. Dual PLX8747 bridge chips to allow for x16/x16/x16/x16 operation in a four-way graphic card arrangements. All that and so much more.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, May 11, 2015 - 8:00am
Gigabyte X99 UD3P

The GA-X99-UD3P is part of their Ultra Durable line and is designed to be one of Gigabyte’s most affordable X99 solutions. The GA-X99-UD3P supports 4th and 5th Generation Intel Core processors. There is up to 4-way AMD CrossFire and Nvidia SLI support. A precise digital CPU power design helps squeeze out those Mhz from your CPU. A SATA Express offer support for 10 Gb/s data transfers. On the networking side, Intel I218V Gigabit LAN does the duties Realtek ALC1150 115dB SNR HD Audio with Built-in rear audio amplifier supplies your audio needs. Dual M.2 technology provides users PCI-Express connectivity for SSD devices and for WiFi and/or Bluetooth 4.0 cards.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 - 8:00am
Biostar Gaming Z97X

Many manufacturers have created gaming specific designs. Biostar recently decided to add a gaming line as well. Their initial release will contain two graphics cards and two motherboards. Biostar was kind enough to send us the flag ship of this new gaming line up, the Gaming Z97X. The board design is brown/ black color scheme and comes with a black plastic shroud that has a very military look to it. 

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Friday, April 3, 2015 - 10:00am
MSI 970 Gaming

MSI's gaming series motherboards aren't only limited to the Intel platform now that MSI has also introduced the gaming series line to the AMD boards. For the AM3+ platform, MSI released the MSI 970 Gaming motherboard which we will be reviewing today. We will be pairing it with an FX 8370 processor and will be comparing it with the other Intel boards we have reviewed recently.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 8:00am
Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion

The Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion is part of their Overclocking Series and is designed to be a more affordable solution to Gigabyte’s X99-SOC Force. There is up to 4-way AMD CrossFire and Nvidia SLI support. A precise digital CPU power design helps squeeze out those Mhz from your CPU. A SATA Express offer support for 10 Gb/s data transfers. On the networking side, Intel I218V Gigabit LAN does the duties Realtek ALC1150 115dB SNR HD Audio with Built-in rear audio amplifier supplies your audio needs. A 2x copper PCB design, long lifespan Durable Black Solid caps, and a new heatsink design round out the hardware features.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, March 16, 2015 - 8:19am
Gigabyte Z97X-SLI

With the release of the Z97 and X99 chipsets, Gigabyte has decided to cosmetically overhaul the Ultra Durable series. Today we will be taking a look at one of the lesser priced models, Z97X-SLI. Based around the ATX, it may be smaller than its ATX counterparts, but certainly does not lack their features.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 7:03am
ASRock Z97E-ITX/ac

Long gone are the days when an ATX motherboard was required to build a full featured PC. Now features like sound, network, and a host of other features can be found on every consumer motherboard on the market. Thanks to these advances, previously seldom used form factors, like mATX and ITX are now far more common. Sure the ATX still reigns supreme, but you don’t need a massive case to have a really great PC anymore.

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