ASUS has sent over a handful of shots of their upcoming ASUS Rampage III Formula motherboard, and it's all looking decidedly tasty. Based around Intel's X58 chipset, meaning compatibility with the latest breed of hexacore Core i7 processors, there are a full six DDR3 DIMM slots and three PCIe x16 slots.
ASUS has outed their latest Republic of Gamers motherboard, and unlike many of its predecessors the Rampage III GENE packs its punch into a much smaller area. A microATX board, the new ROG Rampage III GENE supports up to hexacore Intel Core i7-980X processors thanks to its X58 chipset, as well as USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gb/s.
ASUS has unveiled its latest motherboard innovation, Dual Intelligent Processors, which the company claims will instantly make systems 37-percent faster and make 80-percent energy savings. Found on the ASUS P7P55D-E Deluxe 'board, among others in the company's range, the key change is the addition of a "TurboV Processing Unit" (TPU) and an "Energy Processing Unit" (EPU); these take on system-intensive processing and real-time power management, respectively.
MSI has been peddling its Big Bang series of mainboards for gamers and enthusiasts for a while and has now added a new model to the line. The new model is called the Big Bang XPower X58. The board has some interesting features for gamers and overclockers that should make the board popular with enthusiasts.
You can generally rely on VIA for a skinny mainboard with HD credentials, and their new VIA EITX-3001 doesn't disappoint. Based around the Em-ITX standard, a compact 12 x 17 cm form-factor, the fanless EITX-3001 packs an integrated 1.3GHz VIA Nano E-Series processor, VIA VX855 media system processor and HDMI connector, and is suitable for outputting 1080p High Definition video with hardware decoding of MPEG-2, H.264, VC-1 and WMV9 content.
ASUS has just sent us over some shots of their new ASUS Immensity concept motherboard, along with a few scant details to whet our appetite. The new 'board is confirmed as having a Lucid Hydra chipset and ATI Radeon 5000 Series GPU, along with a fair few of the latest ports like USB 3.0.
When gamers and enthusiasts start looking for hardware to build up their newest gaming machine they often start looking for the critical motherboard component from Asus. Back in late March Asus unveiled its latest high-end mainboard called the ROG Rampage III Extreme. Asus has announced that the board has now been used in a system that has shattered a benchmark world record.
Ready for some more motherboard porn to drool over? ASUS have just sent over the latest photos of their new Republic of Gamers Crosshair IV Extreme 'board - for AMD's latest AM3 socket processors including the Phenom II X6 hexacores - that pairs the AMD 890FX chipset with dual BIOS, an onboard Lucid Hydra 200 for improved multi-GPU performance, and support for ASUS' RoG Connect with remote Bluetooth control.
We are familiar with the Intel Atom line of CPUs from the proliferation of the processors inside netbooks and nettops. The processor finds its way into the other product types as well like mobile devices. A company called InHand Electronics has announced a new Atom-based mainboard called the FireFly.
Asus is one of the biggest makers of computer hardware and the company has a full line of mainboards that run the gamut from high-end gamer and enthusiast boards to cheap offerings for mainstream users. The AMD Phenom II X6 6-core CPU has gone official now along with the AMF 890FX chipset.