The extreme motherboard version of the ROG series comes with some nice features, especially for the overclocking enthusiasts who like to tweak out every little ounce of power. Other extreme features include subzero sense, all kinds of special capacitors tailor selected for specific roles rather than using one specific standard throughout. Thunderbolt onboard, BIOS flashback, ROG connect.
Posted in Computex 2012, Event Coverage
Tagged 2012, Asus, computer, Computex, extreme, formula, Gaming, mainboard, Maximus, motherboard, ROG
The Extreme S3 SSD drive from Teamgroup uses the SATA 3 interface and a SANForce controller chip inside. The Read/write speed is around 600 Gb/s. The Ferrari looking drive called the TP123, uses USB 3.0 interface. the card reader for CF and other formats also uses USB 3.0 interface.
Posted in Computex 2011, Event Coverage, PC Components
Tagged 2011, 600 Gb/s, card reader, CF, CF Card, chip, Computex, Computex 2011, controller, drive, extreme, Ferrari, Group, interface, mini-SD, Read/write, S3, Sanforce, sata, SATA3, SD, SD Card, speed, SSD, SSD drive, taipei, Taiwan, Team, Team Group, Teamgroup, TP123, USB 3.0
Hitachi’s new Television with LED backlight saves more energy than regular TV’s, allows for a thinner profile, with an exceptional contrast. The second TV on show has a new chip which enhances picture quality to approximate HD quality. Both TV’s will be available before the end of this year.
Posted in Computex 2010, Digital Home, Event Coverage, LED Technology
Tagged 201, Computex, extreme, HD, Hitachi, innovative, monitor, resolution, television, TV, wide screen