Motherboards

For anyone following our Live Blog coverage at Computex this year, ASUS had two large press events in quick succession in different parts of town. The first focused on the mobile lineup of launches, in an event called Zenvolution (playing off of the Zen line of products) where Jonney Shih played rapid fire with the new Zenbook 3, Transformer 3/Pro 3, ZenFone 3 devices, and a $599 home assistant robot called Zenbo. A few hours later, over the other side of town, was the annual Republic of Gamers event held in a local nightclub where Jonney Shih presented a sequence of 10th-anniversary products. The following day we made a bee-line to the show floor booth before the official opening time and went through a...

VIA Apollo Pro 133/133A Motherboard Roundup - February 2000

We took a look at a total of twelve motherboards based on VIA's Apollo Pro 133 and 133A chipsets and put them to the test. For the first...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/28/2000

EPoX 7KXA KX133 Slot-A ATX

With the recent release of VIA's KX133 Athlon chipset, you can expect a number of motherboard manufacturers to jump on the KX133 bandwagon. EPoX is the first to...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/22/2000

Iwill WS133-N i810E Slot-1 ATX

While most users are looking for the best Athlon motherboard or the most reliable Apollo Pro 133A board, there are some out there that demand a highly integrated solution...

0 by Elliott Lee Hazen on 2/12/2000

EPoX EP-3VCA Apollo Pro 133A Socket-370 ATX

As the search for the perfect Apollo Pro 133A board continues, we take a look at a fairly solid solution from EPoX. With a strong history of producing...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/8/2000

ABIT VA6 Apollo Pro 133 Slot-1 ATX

As ABIT's first VIA based motherboard, the VA6 had the potential to be an impressive Apollo Pro 133 solution or a very disappointing one. Unfortunately, following in ABIT's...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/8/2000

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