ASUS is globe renowned for its progressive and numerous CPU Board plans. It has extending at virtually each cost point conceivable to suit closely anyone's requires.
ASUS has vanilla offerings, Deluxe, Premium, and Republic of Gamers boards as well as workstation and server pointed boards. It is fresh "GENE" serials of boards is creating headway in the HTPC/SFF market and thus bolsters its already solid market share. As common ASUS is between the first to bring modern industry standards and characteristics to market.
The PVIIP55D-E Premium we are appearing at now is still another model of this as it offers together Universal Serial Bus 3.0 and SATA SixG support.The ASUS PVIIP55D-E Premium utilizes the comparatively fresh yet mature P55 Express chip set planned for the "mainstream" market area.
The board offers the common array of characteristics basic to that chip set and the LGA1156 platform and corresponds the PVIIP55D Deluxe we looked at a fresh months before at first glimpse. There are a number of subtle alters, but just two of them are significant.
SATA SixG support and Universal Serial Bus 3.0 support. The old is supported thanks to a Marvell 9123 SATA SixG compatible controller.
An NEC controller furnished Universal Serial Bus 3.0 support. These characteristics have been a long time coming and have been extremely anticipated though honestly there is small reason to acquire stimulated about this only still.
At present there are so some peripherals or drives that can assume advantage of these two characteristic. Surely at the time of this writing I did not have access to SATA 6G hard disk drives for trying. So unfortunately I can not do much other than talk about what SATA SixG should bring to the table.
Our content on SATA SixGb/s can be got at this link. Our content on Universal Serial Bus 3.0 can be found at this link. You can also show the end of our current 890GPA-UDIIIH Preview that demonstrates off IV disk RAID0 functioning on the fresh AMD board.
In order to manage the bandwidth needed for entire of this, ASUS select to utilize PCI-Express xIV bridge chip to give them up to 500Mb/s of bandwidth. This really falls short of the peak function Universal Serial Bus 3.0 is capable of, but it will even furnish superior function when compared to what was potential utilizing USB 2.0 and SATA IIIG machines.
This form was essential to deliver these characteristic at this time because there are no competing chipsets from other producers for the LGA1156/LGA1366 program. So without a "native" chipset based result ASUS had to do something. ASUS' website still shows these characteristic being in build on complete PVIIP55D boards.