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ASUS Motherboards World’s First to Support Windows 7 RC - PCstats.com ASUS Motherboards World’s First to Support Windows 7 RC
Mon, May 04 2009 | 7:15PM | PermaLink Feedback?
ASUS today proved once again that it is at the forefront of motherboard innovation and technology with its announcement that ASUS motherboards are the world’s first to support Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC).
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ASUS’ industry-leading Research & Development team has kept close pace with each new beta release of Windows 7, and has developed beta drivers that enable ASUS motherboard users to try Windows 7 RC immediately. The drivers can be downloaded from the ASUS Motherboard Support website (http://support.asus.com/). The models currently supported are the ASUS P6T Deluxe V2, P5Q-E, P5Q PRO Turbo, P5Q SE PLUS and M4A78-EM. Support for motherboards from the full P6T, P5Q and M4 series will follow shortly. With the beta drivers, ASUS motherboard users will be able to sample Windows 7 RC’s streamlined user interface, improved speed and enhanced resource utilization ahead of anyone else.

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In win Dragon Slayer mATX Case Review  - PCstats.com In win Dragon Slayer mATX Case Review
Thu, September 09 2010 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
When it comes to gaming the consensus for years was bigger is better. mATX motherboards were not made very well and their ability to run consistent voltages left much to be desired. Well all of that has changed with the use of solid state capacitors and new VRM technology the mATX boards have become power houses in their own right; so much so that the gaming market has perked up and taken notice. These boards come at a fraction of the price of a full sized ATX and they are much more compact. In Win took notice too, and as such they started coming out with mATX Gamers like the Dragon Slayer we will be looking at today. With all of the room for large graphics cards, cooling of a mid tower and the compact transportability of a mATX chassis this case has got it all. Let’s check it out and see if it is the be all end all, of your future mini gamer builds:
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