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ASUS P6T7 WS has seven PCIe x16 slots

Posted on Friday, March 06 2009 @ 03:11:43 CET by

ASUS is showing off the P6T6 and P6T7 WS workstation motherboards at CeBIT. The first one has six PCI Express x16 slots, while the latter one has seven PCIe x16 slots for some serious GPGPU crunching.
The P6T6 and P6T7 WS motherboards are the ideal foundation for a powerful workstation or Super Computer. They are complemented with 6-7 Gen2 PCI-E x16 slots to deliver unparalleled I/O scalability for the most demanding tasks and upgrades in the future. These motherboards can support both SLI™ and CrossFireX™ technologies on the same motherboard—allowing users the flexibility of utilizing either TRUE x16 3-way/2way SLI™ technology or CrossFireX™. Additionally, these two motherboards will achieve outstanding and dependable performance in the role of a Personal Supercomputer when working in tangent with discrete CUDA technology—providing unprecedented return on investment. Furthermore, both motherboards are also equipped with two built-in SAS connectors varied choices in multiple storage solutions—allowing for faster, more reliable and stable data transfer. They also feature the ASUS EPU for system-wide power efficiency, and the unique Diag. LED helps users to easily troubleshoot errors found during bootup.



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