While many motherboard manufacturuers are taking the time at Computex to show off motherboards based upon Intel's P55 chipset, ASUS is showing off a little bit more.
Dubbed the P7P57 motherboard, it is based upon Intel's P57 express chipset and is ready to support Lynnfield and Clarkdale CPUs when they arrive. ASUS didn't shed too much light on the motherboard, but we did learn that it will support Intel's Braidwood technology as well as dual-channel DDR3 support.
ASUS also said that the board wil have an 8-phase power design and EPU for system level energy efficiency. It is a little interesting how ASUS brags about more phases giving the board more power then immediately points out that it will be energy efficient.