Dan, an Australian stonemason, turned a bunch of used colored motherboards into a stained-glass effect in a sandstone tracery window.
Techradar posts a basic history of PC motherboards
P5Q line, of which Asus expects to ship more than a million in the first month of production, might actually be affordable than its $350 predecessor.
A report surfaces that consoles with a new, more efficient chipset that could mean fewer "red ring of death" problems may be hitting the marketplace.
In the old days, there was often an economic advantage. Today it's the dominion of a few passionate hobbyists. Has the DIY PC era come to an end?
Intel's high-speed port has been costly and immature, Dell argues, but that's changing. Expect Thunderbolt to arrive as Dell angles for growth in a market that's evaded PC sales declines.
Hug it out! A new motherboard specification designed by Facebook brings chipmakers together.
Later this month, online retailers will begin selling a pint-size Ivy Bridge tech-based Intel desktop PC.
Tony Stark himself may be the target buyer for a wonderfully elaborate Iron Man stained glass window, and it will only set him back $4,500.
The chipmaker says it will leave the traditional desktop PC circuit board business. As a result, the venerable tower PC will likely begin to fade.