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Asus shows off first Tri SLI nForce 780i motherboard

Posted on Tuesday, December 11 2007 @ 15:26:15 CET by


ASUS unveiled two new motherboards on its website which use the nForce 780i SLI chipset: the P5N-D and the P5N-T Deluxe. The latter is one the first motherboard with support for NVIDIA's Tri SLI technology.
This cutting-edge motherboard supports the NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI chipset, which supports ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture), the open-standard PC monitoring and control protocol for real-time communication and control of system thermal, electrical, acoustic and operating characteristics. It also provides extreme performance with support for the latest 3 Way SLI technology and Dual PCI Express 2.0 x16 lanes; while the world’s first ASUS EPU (Energy Processing Unit) digitally monitors CPU power supply and fine-tunes it with improved VRM efficiency in heavy or light loadings to attain the best possible power efficiency and energy savings to help save the environment. The P5N-T Deluxe also comes with Precision Tweaker 2 that offers super-fine adjustments to voltages for breaking brand new O.C records!

The ASUS-developed EPU is the first hardware-based on-demand power saving IC controller. This new generation automatic energy saving chip utilizes an innovative power technology to digitally monitor and fine-tune the CPU power supply with improved VRM efficiency in heavy or light loadings. By having real-time automatic detection of the CPU current, it can provide total control under any loading and attain the best possible power efficiency and fantastic energy savings to help save the environment – automatically providing users with more power for higher loadings, and saving up to 58.6% CPU power when the PC is running low intensity applications.

The industry-leading ASUS 3rd generation 8-phase VRM design provides up to which provides 7% enhanced power efficiency by utilizing high quality power components that include low RDS (on) MOSFETs for minimum switching loss & lower temperature, Ferrite core chokes with lower hysteresis loss, and high quality Japanese-made conductive polymer capacitors for longer component life and lower power loss that prolongs CPU lifespans!


 

P5N-T Deluxe

P5N-D

CPU

Intel LGA775 CPU
Support Intel next generation 45nm Multi-Core CPU

Intel LGA775 CPU
Support Intel next generation 45nm Multi-Core CPU

Chipset

NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI

NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI

Multiple VGA

3-Way SLI

SLI

FSB

1333/1066/800 MHz

1333/1066/800 MHz

Memory

Dual Ch. max. 8GB, DDR2-1066/800/667, non-ECC and un-buffered memory

Dual Ch. max. 8GB, DDR2-1066/800/667, non-ECC and un-buffered memory

Storage

6 x SATA
1 x PATA

4 x SATA
1 x PATA

LAN

Gb LAN

Gb LAN

Audio

8ch HD

8ch HD

ASUS Unique Features

ASUS EPU
ASUS 3rd Generation 8-Phase Power Design
Precision Tweaker 2
ASUS Q-Shield

ASUS EPU
Precision Tweaker 3
ASUS Q-Shield




 






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Re: Asus shows off first Tri SLI nForce 780i motherboard
by Anonymous on Tuesday, December 11 2007 @ 21:13:23 CET
How will the first and second GPUs even get any air?



 

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