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ASUS details its SATA 6Gb/s and USB 3.0 motherboards

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ASUS details its SATA 6Gb/s and USB 3.0 motherboards
ASUS announced the official debut of its new E-P7P55D and P7P55D series of motherboards specially designed for computer enthusiasts with support for USB 3.0 and SATA 6GB service / s connection. The two plates are built on Intel's P55 chipset and is compatible with socket LGA 1156-ready i5 Core and Core i7 processors, with an option for a high-performance desktop PCs, Intel's latest mainstream desktop technology works.

The technical specifications for the new P7P55D-E motherboard, users have access to the PC performance is made possible by the latest Core and Core i7 processors i5, in addition to the supply of the future I3-core processors.

The two plates are equipped with dual-channel DDR3 1600MHz memory modules, two PCI-Express graphics slots for SLI and CrossFire technologies, a 48 phase hybrid drive design and a wide selection of ports and connectors.

The P7P55D-E Premium motherboard will by 6 SATA 3Gb / s ports, one eSATA (via a console), an Ultra DMA and 2 SATA 6 Gb / s. The Board also has 10 USB 2.0 ports (6 of them are on the back and 4 via the built-in connectors), two USB 3.0 and two 1394a ports. The Taiwanese company will also offer U3S6 Expansion Card, which gives the user 2 SATA 6 Gb / s ports with support for up to 2 SATA drives and 2 USB 3.0 ports.

The card is compatible with PCIe x4, x8 or x16 slot, and will be made available for the following motherboards: Maximus Formula III, P7P55D Deluxe, P7P55D EVO, PRO P7P55D, P7P55D, P7P55D LE and LX P7P55D. It is also bundled with 2 SATA 6 Gb / s cables, a support CD and a manual.

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