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Asus P9X79 Motherboard Socket 2011, Intel X79, DDR3, ATX, PCI Express 3.0, Dual Intelligent Processors 3 with DIGI+ Power Control)
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- Dual Intelligent Processors 3 with New DIGI+ Power Control
- Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
- UEFI BIOS - Full-scale performance tuning with easy BIOS Interface
- USB BIOS Flashback - Easy, worry-free USB BIOS Flashback
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At the very top end of motherboard performance, the P9X79 series from Asus based on the Intel X79 Chipset and 2011 socket brings you complete power, enhanced with unmatched flexibility and boundless tuning possibilities. These boards launch with the world's first digital power controls for both the CPU and memory, thanks to Asus DIGI+ Power Control Technology. They further put power right in your hand via UEFI BIOS, the most detailed and accessible BIOS ever, allowing you to tune your system to its full performance potential. You also get USB BIOS Flashback for the easiest ever BIOS modification and-; all it takes is a USB stick and one button press! Sign up for total power and performance insight with the Asus P9X79 Series.
The world's first Dual Intelligent Processors from Asus pioneered twin on board chips and-; TPU (TurboV Processing Unit) and EPU (Energy Processing Unit). Third generation Dual Intelligent Processors with DIGI+ Power Control include two digital voltage regulator modules (VRMs). An all- digital controller now allows ultra-precise DRAM tuning. EPU provides system energy saving and real time power management. TPU delivers a second micro-processor to free CPU resources as well as easy O.C. and an instant performance boost through an on-board switch or the easy O.C. tool, TurboV EVO.
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We started with a 7850 and upgraded to twin R9 270's and it flies. It can now run most games on (or near) all max settings (including AA) at 60fps 1080p, and very near-max across three screens.
Its been rock solid, no problems. So I'm very pleased with it. Very good value for money.
If I was buying a CPU now I'd get the 4820 - its about 10% faster then the 3820 - but they both perform pretty close to CPUs costing more than twice as much.
Feature rich, interactive bios and plenty of room for expansion.
Two problems, though, so far: the usb 3 ports keep disconnecting my external hdd and my pc won't shut down if it goes into standby, but minor issues really that can be fixed.
Overall, very pleased with my purchase.
It looks good, BIOS is nice and has many fan connectors, takes 64 GB memory. I wanted more expensive version but actually they all perform the same so I chose this one. It is not good if wireless is built in for security purposes. So it is better to use removable wi-fi card (PCI) or USB wifi. I installed 32 GB of memory and it is all recognized and working.