ASUS Introduces F2A85 Series motherboards for AMD Trinity APUs
ASUS is to proud to announce its F2A85 series motherboards based on the new AMD A85X chipset and FM2 socket, designed and optimized for AMD’s second generation Accelerated Processing Units (APU). The next generation APU offers superb performance and delivers users an upgraded gaming and multimedia experience. Embedded in the APU is an AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series GPU that delivers new levels of integrated graphics performance. In addition, efficient performance per watt and robust display connectivity powered by AMD Eyefinity technology rounds out a great integrated graphics experience. Users also have the option to add a discrete graphics card to enable Dual Graphics as well as leverage the flexible graphics performance enhancements of Lucid Virtu MVP. Right now ASUS has four motherboards in the series - F2A85-V PRO, F2A85-M PRO, F2A85-M LE, and the F2A85-M F2A85-M. AMD is expected to launch new APU's for Socket FM2 next month.
ASUS F2A85 Series motherboards continue the tradition of leadership in key areas such as reliability, stability, performance, overclocking and exclusive useful features. In addition ASUS F2A85 series motherboards feature multiple award winning features such as a digital design for power delivery and control ( DIGI+ VRM ), enhanced USB 3.0 performance via USB 3.0 Boost, extensive tweaking and control in the UEFI / BIOS, as well as advanced fan control functionality in Fan Xpert . In addition to the ASUS exclusive features is an overall superior design built with high quality components. Examples include a more efficient and silent heat-pipe cooling design that ensures continuous and efficient heat dissipation, improving stability and extending overclocking, along with Super Alloy Chokes that give the motherboard both high current capability and low heat generation. All this and more make the F2A85 Series motherboards the perfect platform for everything from HTPCs to mainstream PCs to even gaming PCs.
Posted by | Mon, Sep 24, 2012 - 08:24 AM