"Asrock 990FX Extreme9 is one of the best officially AMD certified AM3+ motherboards for building an AMD desktop. Asrock 990FX Extreme9 Premium Gold Caps, Multiple Filter Cap Supports Dual-Stack MOSFET (DSM), Digi Power, 12 + 2 power phase design Supports AM3+ Processor, 8-Core CPU Supports Dual Channel DDR3 2450(OC) 4 PCIe 2.0 x16 Slots, Support NVIDIA 3-Way SLI, AMD 3-Way CrossFireX 8 x SATA3, 2 x eSATA3, 8 x USB 3.0, 8 x USB 2.0 and Supports Hi-Density Asrock 990FX Extreme9 Power Connector."
"Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P Motherboard is compared to the Foxconn A76ML K3.0. Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P has onboard Graphics which is AMD 760G using the RS780L. Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P has Support for all modern AM3+ and AM3 Processors. Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P is a solid budget motherboard but don't confuse this with lack of features because Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P is packed with useful features. Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P is fast and will give you great performance, great stability and great reliability. We will be benchmarking Gigabyte GA78LMT S2P and Foxconn A76ML K3.0 using 3dmark 2006, Passmark, Hawk and Lost Planet using onboard AMD 760G graphics."
"The Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 Motherboard is compared to the Foxconn M61PMV. The Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 has onboard Graphics which is AMD 760G using the RS780L. The Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 has a Front Side Bus of 2000 MT/s HyperTransport so it can Support all modern AM2+ and most AM3+ Processors. The Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 uses Dual channel DDR3 memory at speeds of DDR3 1600 (oc), 1333. 1066 but is limited to total Max 8GB Memory. The Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 is a solid budget motherboard but don't confuse this with lack of features because the Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 is packed with useful features. The Foxconn A76ML-K 3.0 is no slouch and will give you great performance, great stability and great reliability. For benchmarking we will be using 3dmark 2006, Passmark, Hawk and Lost Planet."
"The Foxconn M61PMV Motherboard is compared to the Asrock 939 Dual Sata 2. The Foxconn M61PMV has onboard Vga which is the Nvidia GeForce 6150SE nForce 430. The Foxconn M61PMV has a Front Side Bus of 2000 MT/s HyperTransport so it can Support all modern AM2+ and some AM3+ Processors. The Foxconn M61PMV can use a wide range of different memory such as Dual channel DDR2 1066, DDR2 800, DDR2 667 ETC but is limied to Max 4GB Memory. The Foxconn M61PMV is not the most advanced motheboard you can buy but is packed with useful features."
"ECS Nforce4 A939 (Nforce4) and Asrock 939 Dual Sata2 (ULI M1695) Review. The ECS Nforce4 A939 is an inexpensive motherboard for Socket 939 processors with limited overclocking ability but still delivers good performance. The Asrock 939 Dual Sata2 is also a budget motherboard but is very feature packed with Sata2, the cpu upgrade slot for Socket AM2 and the ability to run 8x AGP or 16x PCIE video cards."
"Asrock 939 Dual Sata2 review testing this powerful feature packed motherboard using the ULI M1695 chipset against Gigabyte K8NS Pro. The Asrock 939 Dual Sata2 is the motherboard everyone has been waiting for, full speed AGP 8x support and PCI Express 16x all on one motherboard, Sata2 support and the Future CPU Slot for easy upgrading."
"Gigabyte K8NS Pro review featuring AMD Sempron 3100 processor and the Athlon XP 3200 equipped Asrock K7S8XE+ with both motherboards using the powerful MSI NX6600 GT video card. The following software was used during testing, Half Life 2, Doom 3, Tribes Vengeance, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War, Scrapland, Unreal Tournament 2004, Q3, 3dmark 2003 and 3dmark 2005."
"Asrock K8 Upgrade 760 GX review testing the feature packed Asrock K8 Upgrade 760 GX against the Asrock K7S8XE+. This motherboard is compatible with Socket 754 processors but can also use the latest Socket 939 processors when used with the Asrock 939 CPU Card. It has all of the latest features such as Sata, Lan etc and also includes the DirectX 8.1 supported Mirage2 integrated graphics."
"Another chance to see the battle between MSI K7N2 Delta-L (Nforce2 Ultra 400) and Asrock K7S8XE+ (SIS748) to see which is the best value for money and offers the best performance. We used 14 different software titles such as SiSoftware Sandra 2004, 3dmark 2001 SE, 3dmark 2003, Glxcess, Doom 3, Serious Sam SE, UT2004, Comanche4, Desert Rats vs Afrika Korps, Far Cry, Haegemonia, Painkiller, Unreal 2 and X2 The Threat."
"MSI K7N2 Delta-L review also featuring the Asrock K7S8XE+ using AMD Athlon XP 3200 processor and MSI GeForce 5900 XT video card. Software used for benchmarking is as follows:- 3dmark 2001 SE, 3dmark 2003, CPU Bench 2003, Glexcess, Metabench, Quake 3, SiSoftware Sandra 2004, Unreal Tournament 2004 and X2 The Threat."
"Asrock K7S8XE+ Bios review feauring the Asrock K7S8XE+ motherboard with the official and unofficial bios to find the fastest! Software used was:- Aida32, Sisoftware Sandra2004, 3dmark 2001 SE, 3dmark 2003, Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament 2004."
"Asrock K7S8XE+ SIS748 compared to the Asrock K7S8X SIS746FX. Software used for benchmarking was:- 3dmark 2001 SE, 3dmark 2003, Comanche4, Quake 3, Unreal Tournament 2003 and X2 The Threat."
"Asrock K7S8X SIS746FX review also featuring Asus K7S333 motherboard which uses the older SIS745 chipset. Software used is 3dmark 2001 SE, 3dmark 2003, Quake 3, Serious Sam SE and UT2003."
"ASUS A7S333 SIS745 review also featuring Asus KT266A motherboard. Software used for this review is 3dmark 2001 SE, Quake 3 and Return to Castle Wolfenstein."
"ASUS A7V266-C motherboard review also featuring the Jetway 663AS Pro. Software used for this review are Max Payne, Quake 3 and Serious Sam."
"ECS K7S5A SIS735 motherboad review also featuring the Jetway 663AS PRO. Software used was Max Payne, Quake 3 and Serious Sam."
"Memory comparison showing the performance gain you will experience going from pc100 to pc133 sdram, is it worth upgrading?"