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ASUS Features Full Support for the New Second Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
ASUS today announced a range of motherboards and notebooks featuring full support for Intel’s ‘Sandy Bridge’ second generation Intel® Core™ processors, all improved through ASUS innovation. The new P8P67 and P8H67 Series motherboards are based on the new Intel® P67 and H67 chipsets. The class leading P67 based motherboards incorporate the future of motherboard technology today with of the introduction of DIGI+ VRM. This exclusive ASUS architecture offers revolutionary digital CPU voltage regulation for improved reliability, stability and performance not available with yesterday’s analog technology.
Updated with second generation Intel® Core™ processors, ASUS notebooks in the G, K, N and VX7 Series now utilize advanced Smart Performance and Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, enhancing mobile computing performance with up to 8-way multitasking. They offer consumers seamless graphics and multimedia performance with the help of proprietary ASUS technology, creating a totally new computing experience for mobile users.
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