By just you have listened of ASUS unless you have been living in a cave with Osama or this is your beginning read on the matter of premium PC hardware. I will skip the common ASUS brief and acquire correct to it.
We are appearing at the ASUS MIVA89GTD professional/USBIII. As many times as I have had to type that recently I am really hating the marketing guy who came up with the name for the card. In spite of that, the MIVA89GTD professional/USBIII is actually rather interesting.
It is acquired USB 3.0 support and SATA SixG support. When those things are cool it is the Core Unlocker that I am stimulated about. Image if you will a globe in which you can purchase a sub-double core central processing unit and unlock four cores with the push of only
one key. Sound good? Still if you are the kind of guy who drops on the new and most extraordinary Extreme Version central processing units you have to include that a quad core central processing unit for is fairly awesome. If you do not think that is awesome you either do not realize what that means or you require a defibrillator.In any case that is the matter that excites me most about this board.
I will cover the characteristics in excellent detail after on in the content. In truth I was so affected through the characteristics I committed an complete page to the topic. Aside from that the board has a plenty going for it on paper at least. incorporated Radeon 4290 graphics processing unit, Hybrid CrossfireX, CrossfireX support, SATA Six Gbps, USBIII support, and a good rounded characteristics fix.
This board is not as entire characteristics as few flagship offerings we have seen from ASUS but it is surely aimed at the enthusiast. Albeit a more budget minded one. The Core Unlocker is proof of that thinking in my view.The ASUS MIVA89GTD professional/USBIII is founded on AMD's 890GX chipset and SB850 south bridge.
This main board recently sells for with Free Shipping. The board implements an 8+2 phase power plan. When that number might not sound impressive it looks more than enough as most mainboard producers lately have done a excellent job with implementing "quality phases" as against to quantity.
Last edited by laxmi29; 01-30-2012 at 11:15 AM.