The best motherboards obviously don’t get the same kind of attention as the best graphics cards or processors, and that’s kind of a shame. The best motherboards are arguably the most important part of your entire PC. With all the latest PC tech, they basically serve as the backbone of the best PCs. A good motherboard will make your PC hardware reach its full potential by fully utilizing and optimizing it. They can even make your processor go faster – by giving it more overclocking headroom.
Because they’re so critically important to your PC build, you should only consider the best motherboards. If you cheap out and get a crummy motherboard, and it dies on you, you’ll have no recourse but to rebuild your entire PC from scratch – and trust us, that sucks. You should just do yourself a favor, and buy the best motherboard the first time, so you won’t have to go through the chore of replacing a bad one.
There are dozens of motherboards out there, and the marketplace can get confusing. That’s why we went ahead and created this list of the best motherboards on the market. So, let us help you find the best motherboards that we’ve tested ourselves. Not only will they do everything you need them to and more, the best motherboards are built to last. You can also find out more about graphic designs on this page.
Once upon a time, face masks seemed like the kind of thing only women in romantic comedies did. They weren’t for the likes of us (aside from the occasional 99p job purchased with great excitement ahead of a sleepover despite the fact that we hadn’t a notion what it was meant to do, or indeed what we’d like it to do).
These days, every sophisticated woman has a wardrobe of fabulous masks, and the rest of us have a few hanging around as well. Whether you consider it skin-care or self-care, we’re all at it. But do they actually work? Or are we simply paying for a relatively pleasant experience and a dose of the Placebo Effect?
To answer this question, we must first acknowledge that not all masks are created equal (and the same goes for your skin).
Broadly, face masks fall into five categories: Clay, exfoliating, hydrating, moisturising and sheet masks. Let’s break them down.
House Democrats are kicking off the first wave of hearings this week, looking into all aspects of the president’s financial, political and administrative life. President Trump is claiming these investigations into him are “ridiculous” and part of a witch hunt. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by PBS Newshour White House Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor, Bloomberg Opinion Executive Editor, Tim O’Brien, New York Times Opinion Columnist Bret Stephens, and MSNBC Legal Analyst Maya Wiley to discuss what these investigations mean for the president.
President Donald Trump appeared before a divided Congress for the first time to appeal to lawmakers' sense of unity at a moment of deepening partisan spite. His calls for conciliation were met with mostly stone-faced silence from Democrats, who bitterly oppose his agenda and accuse him of hastening the decline in cross-party cooperation.
It was his first time addressing the Democratic-majority House, and his political nemesis, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, offered applause only sparingly. "We must reject the politics of revenge, resistance and retribution," Trump told Congress near the beginning of his State of the Union address, claiming in his speech that he is putting forward "the agenda of the United States."
Yet it didn't take long for Trump's irritation at Democrats to rise to the surface. "An economic miracle is taking place in the United States -- and the only thing that can stop it are foolish wars, politics or ridiculous partisan investigations," the President said to only a smattering of applause. "If there is going to be peace and legislation, there cannot be war and investigation. It just doesn't work that way!" Democrats have promised they will use new investigative powers to probe everything from Trump's tax returns to his policy decisions to members of his Cabinet.
The special counsel Robert Mueller is also continuing his look into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.