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Server and workstation boards by ASUS have arrived

AMD is left out as ASUS displays some workstation and motherboards including the world's most powerful Intel X99 mATX form factor

Chris Smith | Jun 2, 2015 at 6:54 pm CDT (0 mins, 55 secs time to read)

Computex 2015 - For those not interested in the ASUS ROG gaming focus of Computex 2015, this company has also shown off a new range of server and workstation boards as displayed on a product wall.

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Featuring the X99-M WS, the X-99 WS/IPMI and the X99-E WS/USB 3.1, there was no AMD to be seen as the drive seems to be for X99 Intel only.

All based on similar architecture, the X99-M WS board lays claim to being "the most powerful X99 mATX board for small form factor gaming and professional market[s]," offering Intel Socket 2011 Core i7 Xeon support and four memory slots holding up to 64GB in total.

The X99-WS/IPMI is built for "extreme OC performance with remove server management" and has on offer an exclusive ASUS OC socket, DDR4 RAM support across eight slots and supporting up to 128GB in total alongside and also houses Intel chips.

Lastly, the X99-E WS/USB 3.1 offers consumers a 4-way graphical option with Intel Socket 2011 support and eight RAM ports housing up to 128GB in total.

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