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Thanks to Biostar, we have three new Overclockers.com Approved, Hi-Fi A85W motherboards looking for new homes. Read on to find out how to win.

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Now that the cat is out of the bag with Trinity, AMD’s latest APU, motherboard manufacturers are announcing their product offerings geared towards the new platform. First up is a beefy board from Sapphire, the Pure Platinum A85XT motherboard.

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Coming just days after ASRock’s announcement, GIGABYTE has released their very own overclocking motherboard with all the bells and whistles. The Z77X-UP7 (like UD7 before it), was built for overclocking from the ground up.

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Today, ASRock announced it’s newest addition to the family, the Z77 OC Formula motherboard. ASRock’s high-end Fatal1ty boards geared towards gamers, suited Overclockers quite well, but the introduction of the Z77 OC Formula ushers in a whole new lineup specifically built for Overclockers.

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As I’m sure a lot of readers here already know, Computex 2012 is going on right now in Taipei, Taiwan. Just like CES, which overclockers.com attended last year, is a showcase for all kinds of technology manufacturers to show off their new wares.

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ASUS is already known as having a motherboard for pretty much every potential market segment out there. Now they’re loading another model to the hilt and adding one more – the P8Z77-V Premium.

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We’ve consolidated a ton of eye candy from CeBit for your viewing pleasure, plus one great bonus – a link to an unsanctioned Ivy Bridge preview!

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Check out what Gigabyte will be selling at your favorite retailers at an undisclosed time in the not so distant future! Intel isn’t publicly talking about a specific Ivy Bridge date, but Gigabyte is ready.

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The biggest trade show in the world of technology and hardware has already begun. Three Overclockers.com staff members will be in Las Vegas at CES 2012 covering it live.

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After getting our whistles wet with the first of two new CPU launches this year, it’s about time to at least take a look at some boards from the Intel side. Gigabyte has sent us pictures of their upcoming X79 based motherboards which are based on Socket 2011 and support the, hopefully soon to be released, Sandy Bridge-E CPUs.

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