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ASUS Unveils nForce 590 based M2N32 WS Professional Motherboard

| Motherboards News | Posted: Aug 17, 2006 8:53 pm

ASUSTek have lifted the curtain on their new M2N32 WS Professional motherboard today, based on NVIDIA's nForce 590 SLI chipset for the Socket AM2 AMD platform.

 

This board has all the bangs and whistles, with two residing PCI-X slots making it worthy in a workstation/server level environment, two PCI slots, two IEEE 1394a ports, ten USB 2.0 ports and ten Serial ATA-II 3Gb/s ports to provide mega storage capacity. as well as ASUS's most extreme heatpipe cooling technology implemented.

 

Grab the press material for all the details on it, and click on the thumbnail below for a decent sized image of the board in all its glory.

 


Sydney, Australia; 17 August, 2006 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), the worldwide leader of motherboards, today introduced the M2N32 WS Professional motherboard, which provides workstation- and server-level performance and functionality. The M2N32 WS Professional supports the AMD ® Socket AM2 processing platform, and incorporates the Nvidia nForce® 590 SLI™ MCP chipset to provide dual-core CPU, SLI dual-PCI Express graphics, dual-channel DDR2 and dual-LAN controller architectures.

 

Dual Architectures Increase Overall System Performance :-
The M2N32 WS Professional supports the AMD AM2 dual-core processor and dual-channel DDR2 800 memory, delivering overall performance enhancement for workstation and server systems. The all-new motherboard also supports dual-PCI Express architecture to offer high-quality graphics for workstation-level tasks. For efficient networks, the board uses dual-LAN controllers to enable teaming functions for increased bandwidth and faster data transfers.

 

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