Workstation Hardware
9.4
Supermicro X10DAX Label

Supermicro X10DAX Review – Hyper-Speed Motherboard

The Supermciro X10DAX features Hyper-Speed which increases CPU performance with the flip of a BIOS setting


9.5
Supermicro X10DAC SFF-8643 SAS Ports

Supermicro X10DAC Workstation Motherboard with SAS3 Review

The Supermicro X10DAC workstation motherboard has an excellent combination of high performance expandability and onboard features. It has 10x SATA III ports powered by the Intel PCH and an 8-port SAS3 (LSI/ Avago) controller on...



9.0
Supermicro X10DAi Overview

Supermicro X10DAi Workstation Motherboard Review

The Supermicro X10DAi motherboard is an excellent building block for high-end workstations


9.3
Zotac ZBOX-BI320-U-W2 Interior

Zotac ZBOX-BI320-U-W2 Review – Solid Network Box

The Zotac ZBOX-BI320-U-W2 surprised us with how versitile a sub-$220 system could be, especially given that price point included Windows 8.1 and a SSD.



9.5
ASUS Z97-WS CPU Socket

ASUS Z97-WS Review – Workstation Motherboard with SATA Express

Strong combination of hardware features with a lot of built-in functionality. These hardware features are combined with the next-generation of enabling ASUS software to make a strong platform.


9.0
Intel NUC DC53427HYE

Intel Core i5-3427U Benchmarks – DC53427HYE NUC in Linux

The Intel Core i5-3427U is at the heart of DC53427HYE NUC and we put it through our Linux benchmark suite. It shows as a significant upgrade to the lower end Celeron parts.



8.9
AMD Sempron 3850 BIOS View

AMD Sempron 3850 Benchmarks and Review – Quad Core AM1 SoC

The AMD Sempron 3850 is AMD’s lowest cost quad core AM1 SoC. It combines four Jaguar cores running at 1.3GHz with the R3 graphics solution all in a low power envelope.


8.3
AMD Sempron 2650 BIOS Shot

AMD Sempron 2650 Benchmarks and Review – Dual Core AM1 SoC

The AMD Sempron 2650 is a low cost and low performance socket AM1 SoC with half the number of cores as compared to other AM1 chips



9.0
AMD AM1 Platform

AMD Athlon 5150 Benchmarks and Review – AM1 APU

The AMD Athlon 5150 is a lower cost part that provides SoC capabilities at low power consumption levels. This allows platforms to be small, inexpensive and quiet with minimal complexity.


9.1
AMD Athlon 5350 Box

AMD Athlon 5350 Linux Benchmarks and Review

The AMD Athlon 5350 will be the highest performing AM1 processor at launch. It provides solid CPU performance for this segment along with a GCN based GPU and low power consumption.