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ECS Introduces APU Supported A55 Series Motherboards - ECS Introduces APU Supported A55 Series Motherboards
Tue, Aug 09 2011 | 5:16PM | Filed under: Motherboards| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

ECS Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world's leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system, notebook and mobile device manufacturer delightedly introduces new family members of AMD APU supported motherboards-A55 series, providing users more options to enjoy entertainment life.

ECS A55 series-A55F-A, A55F-M2 and A55F-M3 support AMD A-series APUs for users to indulge in DirectX® 11 and UVD 3 graphics performance. That is to say, ECS A55 series fully supports AMD APU to present smooth and powerful gaming computing capability. With amazing overclocking power, ECS A55 series could support memory at least at 1866 MHz frequency. Furthermore, ECS A55 series also supports the Dual Graphics function to supply overwhelming graphics energy with one discrete graphics card.

ECS strongly insists on the quality of our products. ECS A55 series motherboards adopt solid capacitors around the CPU area to supply stable and safe power to the motherboards. In addition to high-quality solid capacitors, ECS A55 series motherboards are implanted with ESD protection components and pass the anti-static test, as well. Therefore, ECS motherboards are safer and have a longer life-span than others.

Model Chipset Supported CPU Specification Form Factor
A-Series APU 4xDDR3, 5xSATA 3Gb/s, 12xUSB 2.0, 1xPCIex16, HDMI/DVI/D-Sub ATX size
A55F-M2   2xDDR3, 6xSATA 3Gb/s, 12xUSB 2.0,
1xPCIex16, HDMI/DVI(Optional)/D-sub Micro-ATX size
A55F-M3   2xDDR3, 4xSATA3Gb/s, 8xUSB2.0
1xPCIex16, D-sub 

For more information, please visit ECS website: or contact your local distributor.

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