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ECS Black Series A890GXM-A2 Motherboard  - ECS Black Series A890GXM-A2 Motherboard
Thu, October 28 2010 | 12:18AM | PermaLink Feedback?

– Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) today introduces its new AMD 890GX based motherboard – ECS Black Series A890GXM-A2 supporting the latest six-core CPU that is designed to bring users an impressive visual experience with its uncompromising features.

With the “One-step Unlocking” function in the “ECS M.I.B. III” overclocking interface, users are able to easily unlock the hidden cores of CPU. The A890GXM-A2 helps reach over 238% CPU performance boosted than the default setting by unlocking cores with overclocking. Moreover, it is easy to reach up to 146% gaming performance boosted by the overclocking GPU - ATI Radeon™ HD 4290 graphics processor’s core clock and SidePort memory speed. The ECS A890GXM-A2 fully supports the latest AMD Turbo Core technology which is essential for power-desired users to get extra performance automatically.

The ECS A890GXM-A2 motherboard is also the first to provide a real PCI-E Gen.2 bandwidth SuperSpeed USB 3.0 controller enhanced by a world-leading IC manufacture in Taiwan. This is a perfect solution enabling the ECS A890GXM-A2 to be able to offer more attractive price in the performance segment.

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