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Old 5th January 2010, 10:35   #1
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Default Asus announces its H57/H55-based motherboards

Pegatron father and Tier One manufacturer Asus has just introduced to the world its P7H57D and P7H55 series motherboards which are based on the H57 and H55 chipsets, respectively, and support Intel's new 32nm processors. The three new boards presented go by the name P7H57D-V EVO, P7H55D-M EVO and P7H55-M PRO, and feature the Asus Energy Processing Unit (EPU) which helps lower power consumption, as well as the GPU Boost technology which enables users to adjust the GPU frequency quickly via the Turbo V EVO utility.
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