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New P55-based motherboard from ASUS to be part of ROG family

Written by IT News on 12:44 AM

ASUS motherboards are expected to expand its range of advanced ROG motherboards with the introduction of a new Maximus Formula III Board of Directors, which will be based on Intel's upcoming P55 Lynnfield support platform. The new generation of games hardware from ASUS offers users a new level of performance, take advantage of improved performance as Intel's latest technology.

Photos of the Board are of the fellows of the German pcgameshardware, apparently also scored a compatible Intel Lynnfield CPU, running at a core speed of 2.66. The Board is built on a black PCB and features red and white parts, including a ROG-marked cooling computer enthusiasts to take full advantage of the overclocking capabilities of this new Intel platform.

In addition to the above LGA 1156 CPU socket, the new platform is also shown with four DIMM memory, which supports dual-channel DDR3-memory configurations. There are also three PCI-Express x16 slots, six SATA and eSATA connectors, Gigabit Ethernet, Power, Reset and Clear CMOS buttons, and a variety of connectivity options in the back of the board. All this and much more switched on ASUS 'upcoming P55 motherboards, designed for computer enthusiasts with support for overclocking settings.

Intel's processors Lynnfield P55 chipset and is compatible for users with a cheaper alternative to the company's line of high-end Core i7 processors. In contrast to the advanced platform X58, P55 only able to support dual-channel DDR3 memory while the X58 is to support three channels of DDR3. Combine Intel P55 with the features usually found on the ROG motherboard has a solid product, ready for Intel's future technologies.

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