Desktop market is continuously growing due to its gaming department which brings more and more youngsters into its world. Manufacturers keep improving their products aiming to each class of users, from budget to highest performance.
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It is a great joy every time I get a motherboard dedicated to overclocking, and Asus has their special version with each series. As Intel launched Kaby Lake platform, the Z270 boards are running around, as you already seen from my reviews. But today
Gigabyte aggregates under Aorus family a lot on Z270 models. I’ve started their reviews with Gaming 9, and today you can read the Z270X-Gaming 5 review. Other members of Aorus series are here, so stay tuned for more reviews.
As an extreme overclocker, I love to review this kind of devices. Today I got on my desk the MSI Z270 XPower Gaming Titanium, the successor of the Z170 version, which is a great overclocking motherboard, and which I personally use for some LN2
Along with the launch of Intel Kaby Lake family, Gigabyte brought their gaming brand Aorus into motherboards. Today you can read the review of Gigabyte Aorus Z270X-Gaming 9 motherboard that is actually the replacement for Z170X Gaming G1.
After the review of Z270 Extreme4, here comes another gaming motherboard from ASRock, namely Z270 Killer SLI. It is a cheaper board, yet it should offer excellent performance.
There is no Z170 Killer SLI, so this should be a new addition to the
The long-awaited Kaby lake platform is here. Today Intel revealed its 7th gen Core CPUs and the new Z270 chipset. The most important news is the birth of an unlocked i3 processor, namely i3-7350K, that is clearly for overclocking.
I got an i5-7600K