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Asus P6T7 WS SuperComputer


$400.00 Released May, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Fast enough performance to satisfy gaming enthusiasts. Overclocking is well supported in the BIOS and easy to set up. Capable of running much larger than average DDR3 at extremely fast speeds.

The P6T7 WS SuperComputer is a high-end motherboard from Asus, released in mid-2009. This enthusiast component supports Intel Core i7 and Xeon processors, and up to 4 individual NVIDIA graphics cards in SLI mode.

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This board features a variety of proprietary Asus technologies as well.

The P6T7 WS SuperComputer features the LGA1366 socket, meaning users can choose between Core i7 or Xeon processors for top-notch multi core performance. The architecture also provides 6 DDR3 memory slots, allowing for up to 24 GB of RAM. A total of 7 PCI-E 2.0 slots are built into the SuperComputer, 4 of which will run in full x16 SLI mode. This makes the SuperComputer ideal for both gaming and CUDA-based parallel computing. Unique Asus features include the EPU-6 Engine and a 16+2 phase power design for real-time energy savings. Asus’s proprietary Express Gate technology is also included for 5 second boot ups.

Features

  • Intel Core i7 or Xeon processor support
  • 24 GB of DDR3 memory (max.)
  • 6x SATA 3GB/s connectors
  • 12x USB 2.0 ports
  • 8 channel HD audio with S/PDIF
  • 2x Realtek Gigabit Ethernet
  • 100% Japanese capacitors
  • Aesthetic heatpipe
  • 16+2 phase power design
  • EPU-6 Engine, TurboV mode, Fan Xpert , AI Nap

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    fast enough performance to satisfy gaming enthusiasts

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    overclocking is well supported in the BIOS and easy to set up

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    capable of running much larger than average DDR3 at extremely fast speeds

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    general setup and install are easy, no surprises and even the firmware update is easy

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    handles SLI with 3- or 4-way setups for massive graphics processing power

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    runs solid and stable with a wide range of components, good compatibility

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    built with durable high-end parts that can handle heavy loads gracefully

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