Posted on Sunday, Jun 24 2007 @ 04:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Setting up a new PC is always challenging. What motherboard should you buy? Which should you go for? Who should you trust to give you advice? If this can be challenging to even seasoned PC hardware enthusiasts, it can be quite impossible for a newbie. So, Empire23 is now working on a large guide on how to select components for your PC. The second part deals with motherboard, the backbones of our PCs.
Quote from the guide: "For the best comparisons of PC hardware, we need objective metrics. Even the long-abused MHz and GHz are useful as measures of performance when applied properly. So, this guide will be using a combination of objective metrics in helping you decide on the right parts for your PC. This will be an on-going work and will be updated as necessary." "
Check it out at TechARP