ASUS recently completed a series of technical seminars where it showcased its latest innovations in motherboard technology. The seminars which were held from October 30 to the 15th of November provided a stage for ASUS to showoff the technology which will be featured in their upcoming motherboards.
The innovations include the use of Dual Intelligent Processors, this was first showcased by ASUS back in June 2010. The new motherboard design feature two dedicated co-processors for performance and power management, the TurboV Processing Unit (TPU) and Energy Processing Unit (EPU).
These processors introduce the all-digital DIGI+ VRM power controls that allow far greater flexibility when managing a PC’s energy infrastructure. The improved response and fidelity of the power provided to the entire system increases stability and extends component lifespan for substantially better performance and value.
ASUS also highlighted its advancements in user-friendly interface design, These include BT GO! (Bluetooth enhancement), EFI BIOS (adding mouse input to BIOS settings) and one-stop user interface AI Suite II. The latter brings a wide range of exclusive ASUS utilities together for an optimized user experience
All of the above features will be available on the and technologies are found on new ASUS P8P67 Series motherboards which are based on Intel’s P67 chipset.
ASUS also showed off its newest motherboard from ROG (Republic Of Gamers) brand, its called the Maximus IV Extreme and includes a host of features which will appeal to the over-clocker in you. It adds ROG iDirect for iPhone and iPad support, while the new GPU TweakIt feature allows users to fine tune both CPU and GPU performance via the same interface. All features are designed for users who want to push their system to the extreme.
Dont let the plain Jane looks fool you.
Another innovative product from ASUS is the Sabertooth P67 motherboard, which includes the exclusive "Tactical Vest" technology — a unique design that forces cool air from CPU and case fans towards critical parts all over the motherboard via a proprietary shunt design. It also covers most of the motherboard to shield it against heat generated by connected components such as graphics cards. This keeps temperatures down, delivering greater system reliability and longevity.
The pricing and the availability will are yet to be decided, but we will keep you updated as new information rolls in.
Published Date: Nov 16, 2010 07:14 pm | Updated Date: Nov 16, 2010 07:14 pm