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Gigabyte cosies up to Nvidia at Computex

Building relationships with other companies is one way to give yourself a boost in the technology game and big trade shows like the currently ongoing Computex in Taiwan, are a popular place to announce such alliances. While Gigabyte hasn’t done anything quite so formal, it seems from our impressions of …

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Gigabyte unveils two GeForce GTX 960 graphics cards for mini-ITX PCs

Gigabyte Technology has quietly introduced its new GeForce GTX 960 graphics adapters designed for small-form-factor mini-ITX systems The new add-in-cards will be among the rarest graphics solutions in the industry that weds performance with tiny dimensions. The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 graphics cards – the GV-N960IX-2GD and the GV-N960IXOC-2GD – …

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Gigabyte generates vital cash for baby hospice at i54

One thing that everyone notices at major gaming LAN events like the Multiplay Insomnia series, is the overwhelming spirit of ‘goodwill to all’. Breaking with booth babe and blast em up action tradition, Gigabyte decided to do something different at i54 this Easter weekend. KitGuru was on hand to see the …

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Asustek to release mainboards with USB 3.1 later this month

Although the USB 3.1 standard with a new reversible plug, higher performance and other improvements have been around for about a year now, no commercial PCs so far have adopted it. However, things are going to change soon, when Asustek Computer launches its motherboards with the new interconnection technology. The …

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Asrock loses mainboard market share, hopes to regain in 2015

Asrock did not manage to achieve its mainboards shipments target in 2014 because it did not want to lower prices. This year the situation on the motherboard market promises to be significantly different than last year and leading vendors are reportedly not going to start price wars. As a result, Asrock …

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Asustek remains world’s largest maker of graphics cards

Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology and MicroStar International remained the largest manufacturers of graphics adapters last year, according to a media report. Unfortunately, the market of graphics cards contracted by about 10 per cent in 2014. Asus shipped five million graphics cards last year, according to a report from DigiTimes web-site. …

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ECS denies plans to exit branded mainboards business

Elitegroup Computer Systems, one of the largest suppliers of mainboards in the world, has denied information that it plans to exit own-brand motherboard business. While the company faces major challenges on the market of DIY [do it yourself] mainboards, it plans to continue offering motherboards under its own trademark. ECS …

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Gigabyte unveils X99 SOC Champion with redesigned LGA2011 socket

Gigabyte Technology has introduced a new Intel X99-based mainboard that is specifically designed for overclockers. The motherboard is not the most feature-rich X99 platform available, but when it comes to overclocking potential, the X99 SOC Champion could offer numerous breakthroughs thanks to redesigned LGA2011 socket with additional pins as well …

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Gigabyte X99-UD4 Motherboard Review

While the Haswell-E CPUs and X99-based motherboards of Intel’s newest HEDT platform put a considerable dent in the pocket of any enthusiast, there are ways to lighten the cost burden. We recently reviewed the six-core 5820K and found it to be an excellent choice for users who value compute performance …

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Nvidia Titan Z prices continue to drop

The Titan Z was notoriously known for being ridiculously expensive at launch, setting back early buyers by a hefty £2300 in the UK and $3000 in the US. However, Nvidia seems to be coming to its senses, the company has cut the regular price down to £1100 and retailers like Overclockers …

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Gigabyte launches X99 series motherboards

Gigabyte has just launched its new motherboard lineup, based on the X99 chipset for Intel’s new Core i7 Extreme Edition CPUs. The new range comes in three categories, G.1 Gaming, SOC overclocking and the company’s signature “Ultra Durable” model. “Given this incredibly powerful platform from Intel, GIGABYTE wanted to make …

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