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Asus Maximus V Extreme E-ATX is the latest addition of the company to its Republic of Gamer (R.O.G) series motherboards. It is equipped with the latest I/O technology onboard called Thunderbolt, an industry first technology set to revolutionize the speed of peripherals and display giving a boost on transfer rate of data and much higher image resolutions. Thunderbolt onboard technology is said to provide an ultra-fast transfer speed of 10GBps, which is twice faster than USB 3.0. and resolution up to 2560 x 1600 using the DisplayPort. Another unique technology is the daisy-chain technology, wherein user can connect up to 7 high-speed devices without the need for hub or switch, perfect to avoid messy cabling. Here are some of the core specifications of the Asus Maximus V Extreme E-ATX motherboard.
Biostar has launched its latest motherboard, the TA970XE series for AMD AM3+ CPUs of the Phenom II, Athlon II and FX ranges. The TA970XE board is based on AMD 970 chipset and sports ATX form-factor (305 x 225 mm) with the SB950 Southbridge. The Biostar TA970XE features four DDR3-2000 DIMM memory slots up to 32 GB dual-channel DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600/1866 MHz, latest UEFI BIOS which directly supports HDDs over 2 TB, 2x PCI slots, 2x PCI-E x1 2.0 slots, and 2x PCI-E x16 2.0 slots with full-featured support for the most powerful configurations of discrete cards in the ATI CrossFire X mode.
MSI has finally revealed its latest motherboard, the Big Bang-XPower II. This motherboard is based on Intel X79 chipset marketed as perfect solution for extreme overclockers and hardcore gamers. The Big Bang-XPower II supports Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge-E (LGA 2011) processors and features a 22-phase PWM design with Hybrid Digital Power for an output of up to 770 W, Eight DDR3-2400 memory slots (max. 128GB), Four PCI-E 3.0 x 16 slots and three PCI-E 2.0 x 16 slots enabling 4-way SLI or Quad CrossFireX GPU setups and Military Class III components (Hi-c CAP, SFC, Solid CAP, DrMOS II), dual 8-pin CPU power connectors.
Asus has just released its latest MOBO technology called Asus Motherboard Rampage III Formula. This latest motherboard from Asus is based on Intel’s X58 chipset which simply means that it is compatible with Core i7 processors. The Rampage III Formula supports USB 3.0 connectivity, six pieces of DDR3 memory modules (up to 24 GB), three PCIe x16 slots and three way SLI and CrossFireX. It is also said that this mobo will be used on Asus ROG (Republic of Gamers) series and will adopts the company’s X-Fi2 SupremeFX audio system. As of now there are no word on pricing or availability for this new technology.
Samsung has recently announced its latest touchscreen phone for the South Korea market dubbed as Samsung Nori (SHW-A220). This latest technology features a 3-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 x 400, a 3.2 megapixel camera and a 1.3 megapixel camera in front. This handset supports 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS, microSD card up to 16 GB , a 1,000mAh battery , T-DMB and new feature called Etiquette mode and SOS. The Samsung Nori is said to targets users who like to customize their phones with different accessories. Nori users will be able to customize it with eight unique characters adhesive films that help to create a distinct identity. The Samsung Nori is available in three colors: Pink, Beige, and Blue with a price of 600,000 won or $511.
ASUS has unleashed its latest ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Motherboard which is powered by the AMD 890FX/SB850 at CeBIT 2010 in Germany last month of 2010. This newest motherboard uses the latest chipset from AMD and supports Dual Channel DDR3 2000MHz RAM and this was designed for gamers out there. ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Motherboard includes the following technology: turbo boosting CPU cores, the Turbo Key II overclocking interface, new Core Unlocker function for unlocking , the GameFirst technology for adjusting the networking pipeline so that you can prioritize the bandwidth for your gaming needs and ROG Connect for instant monitoring and checking.
This latest technology from ASUS, the new M4A79T Deluxe motherboard uses some of the latest support chips from AMD: the 790 FX Northbridge, providing 42 lanes of PCi-e 2.0 connectivity and support for quad graphics, and the SB750 Southbridge. The 790FX was part of AMD’s Spider Platform, launched late in 2007, but it still packs a punch, as we’ll see. This is the top specified AM3 board for ASUS, so we’ll see what features separate it from the rest of the pack. Let’s take a good look at what ASUS brings to the AM3-DDR3 party with their new M4A79T Deluxe motherboard.