Motherboards Archive

Ultimate Guide to the Best TRX40 Motherboards for 2019-2020

In August, 2019, AMD announced the release of three new motherboard designs: the TRX40, the TRX80, and the WRX80. These motherboards are designed to compete with Intel’s top offerings. Specifically, they’re engineered to support AMD’s 3rd-generation Ryzen processors. While processor speed has been approaching physical limits for several years, manufacturers have been able to get creative. To continue improving performance, manufacturers have instead focused on …

Guide to the 3 Best X570 Motherboards for 2019

Motherboards are the core of any PC build. While it’s easy to overlook them because they’re not often the source of high performance standards, they’re still essential in other important ways. They help determine the kind of connections your PC will be able to make, now and in the future. And they help determine what happens if some kind of electrical incident occurs. If you …

Guide to the Best AMD Ryzen Gen 2 X470 Motherboards for 2019-2020

In anticipation of the next generation of Ryzen CPUs, nearly every major motherboard manufacturer has gone to great lengths to be prepared at release with a new line of X470 boards. The good news is that if you know what you’re looking for, then this new generation of X470 motherboards will provide you with a wide selection of quality choices to consider. But depending on …

Ultimate Guide to the Best z390 Motherboards

Motherboards are unappreciated. Unlike a GPU or CPU, a motherboard really gets no credit when it does its job. But a good motherboard is critical to any build. Among its many list of duties, it ensures you can expand your build in the future, and that it’s protected in the present. Even though choosing a motherboard can seem like a complicated mess, having narrowed your …

Ultimate Guide to the Best AMD B350 Motherboards for 2019-2020

Along with the newest generation of Ryzen processors, every major motherboard manufacturer has produced their own boards to match. For those not initiated with the naming scheme, each board is differentiated based on its AMD chipset. In this case, they’re the X470, X370, B350, or A320. And while all of those chipsets has a lot in common, every resulting board is distinct in its own …