ASUS Showcases New X79 Motherboard Design

Subject: Motherboards | October 25, 2011 - 04:27 PM |
Tagged: x79, sabertooth x79, ROG Rampage IV Extreme, p9x79 deluxe, asus

Fremont, California (October 25, 2011) โ€• ASUS, the world’s leading motherboard maker, is excited to release a complete roster of Intel® X79 Express Chipset-based motherboards with the new LGA 2011 The new ASUS X79 motherboard offerings cover a wide gamut of PC users with the mainstream P9X79 Series, built-rugged TUF Series, feature laden Work Station (WS) Series and the pinnacle of gaming and enthusiast level motherboard design with the Republic of Gamers (ROG) Rampage IV Extreme. This impressive series of motherboards highlight best-in-class performance, stability, features and a user experience that is unmatched.

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P9X79 Series โ€• Impressive Control Features for Absolute Performance and Reliability
Several exclusive ASUS features make this series of motherboards the ideal choice for PC users who require a combination of performance, enhanced flexibility and incredible system control. This series offers an update to ASUS’ award winning UEFI graphical user interface for system options and the next-generation Dual Intelligent Processors 3 architecture, featuring the latest DIGI+ Power and new Digi+ DRAM technology. ASUS’ exclusive Digi+ technology offers the industry’s leading all-digital power control design that older analog solutions cannot match in performance, stability and control options.

Users will benefit from ASUS SSD Caching, which uses solid state drive speeds to intelligently accelerate frequently-accessed tasks and applications. Offering speeds up to three times faster than mechanical hard drives in most applications, ASUS SSD Caching features an exclusive user interface and storage control options that boosts performance with one click.

Other user enhancements include ASUS USB BIOS Flashback that allows for quick and easy BIOS flashing without the need for a video card, CPU or hard drive attached to the system. BT GO 3.0! with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi onboard enables faster connectivity and convenience without extra adapters, making wireless devices instantly accessible with improved compatibility and versatility on select boards.

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TUF SABERTOOTH X79 โ€• Ultimate in Control and Stability
Ruggedized and server-grade tested TUF boards have quickly garnered a reputation for the best cooling and stability in their class. The TUF Sabertooth X79 continues this tradition with a new generation of TUF Thermal Armor and new DIGI+ Power technology that is perfect for non-stop commercial use and demanding 24/7 applications. New Thermal Radar technology consists of 12 embedded sensors that detect heat levels across the board, adjusting fan speeds automatically or manually to ensure optimized cooling for improved reliability and stability.

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ROG Rampage IV Extreme – The Best Platform for Gaming or Overclocking
The new ROG Rampage IV Extreme motherboard puts the new Intel® X79 to perfect use for the highest-spec overclocking or gaming performance available to PC enthusiasts. It offers the ultimate enthusiast platform, providing gamers or enthusiasts with a rich selection of exclusive technologies that will be revealed shortly.

Source: ASUS

October 25, 2011 | 05:29 PM - Posted by Buyers (not verified)

Tiny little fans might be a deal breaker for the Sabertooth. I hate hearing those little things spin like crazy.

October 25, 2011 | 06:16 PM - Posted by Beaird

I'll take one of each.. /drool

October 25, 2011 | 10:50 PM - Posted by jstnomega (not verified)

if iX79 = back to heat pipes & fans, then that = FAIL = PASS

October 25, 2011 | 11:16 PM - Posted by Chaitanya Shukla (not verified)

want one of each.

October 25, 2011 | 11:26 PM - Posted by James (not verified)

if the power stuff is generating such heat, get together is Intel to make some sort or standard rectangular socket where the CPU heatsink covers the power stuff.

November 1, 2011 | 09:23 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Damn. Chipset annoying fans are back. And you KNOW they will not last and sound like crap. Couldn't they have just padded the price and added a worthwhile heatsink? The fan IS a dealbreaker on what would be a great next MB (the Rampage)

November 13, 2011 | 03:59 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

For the deluxe x79 rampage IV release this past month,
I agree with another's comment about "should have no fans"
Has any method been established for a water cooling bars/plate been developed
By or others???

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