ASUS, one of the world's leading hardware manufacturers, is about to release a motherboard that looks like it's worth drooling. The P5N32-SLI Premium / Wi-Fi-AP, designed in advance for gamers and hardware enthusiasts, is among the first in the world to incorporate innovative NVIDIA functions such as Quad SLI,SLI Physics, Two technologies that were created especially for the heavy gamer and geophysical enthusiast.
The new board is based on the nForce 590 SLI chipset, in a special edition suitable for Intel 775 chassis processors, and supports, among other things, the new Core 2 Duo processors. The board supports DDR2 memories up to 800MHz, it will contain three PCIE X16 connections, a built-in 7.1 sound card and a power supply system that ASUS calls the Eight Phase Power Design - an eight-phase power supply system.
The strange number of PCIE X16 channels was immediately noticeable to you. The reason for the placement of three of these is that two of them are intended for graphics using SLI technology (or QUAD SLI with the help of two GeForce 7950GX2 cards), While the third slot is designed to connect another graphics card to be used To physics calculations Using the Havoc FX engine.
The P5N32-SLI Premium / Wi-Fi-AP is another step by ASUS, evident in that it strives to conquer the hearts of the world's hardware professionals, towards its goal - like ROG boards Recently produced products. Currently, the price of the pleasure is not known abroad or in the country.