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All ECS Motherboards with Solid Capacitors for CPU Power - PCSTATS.com All ECS Motherboards with Solid Capacitors for CPU Power
Wed, Aug 10 2011 | 4:24PM | Filed under: Motherboards| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF


Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world's leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system, notebook and mobile device manufacturer designs its products with the best quality standard for its users' benefit. Due to the CPU occupying the most power consumption during PC computation, the CPU area requires more durable components to support it.

Therefore, ECS has adopted the usage of solid capacitors around the CPU power area for all series motherboards taking into consideration the balance of the user's budget and product quality to achieve the best cost/performance.

Compared to traditional electrolytic capacitors, solid capacitors have 1000 times more electric conductivity to offer better performance. The CPU area normally generates higher temperatures because of increased power consumption. Solid capacitors have the following features: 10% lower temperatures, higher temperature durability for longer life span and reliability. 

ECS guarantees equipping its motherboards with real solid capacitor components unlike some manufacturers who use traditional electrolytic capacitors covering them with a pretend solid capacitor shell.  ECS not only looks after your pocket but also ensures the quality of its motherboards on every detail to earn its users' trust.

FULL STORY @ ECS

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