Thursday, May 24th 2012

ECS Nonstop Technology: a New Frontier in PC Stability and Performance

Nonstop Technology from Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) finally delivers a hassle free computing experience by solving common PC hardware problems before they can even occur. A specially-devised testing regime – far stricter than common industry standards – combined with the highest quality components and shielding, ensures that ECS Nonstop certified motherboards can be relied on for stability and reliability far into the future.

For PC owners suffering crashes, instability and poor performance, ECS Nonstop motherboards can now deliver the stability, reliability and power that other manufacturers only promise. All ECS Black Series Motherboards are Nonstop certified, including these models: X79R-AX, X79R-AX deluxe, A990FXM-A, A990FXM-A Deluxe, A75F-A, H61H2-A2 Deluxe, Z77H2-AX, Z77H2-A2X, and Z77H2-A2X deluxe. Future Black Series Motherboards will adopt ECS Nonstop Technology, as well.

Nonstop technology comprises four interlocking tests and enhancements that combine together to protect PCs and defeat many of the most common causes of hardware problems and system instability.
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7 Comments on ECS Nonstop Technology: a New Frontier in PC Stability and Performance

#1
hellrazor
I.... don't get the need for it. Are ECS mobos seriously that unreliable?
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#2
sanadanosa
by: hellrazor
I.... don't get the need for it. Are ECS mobos seriously that unreliable?
I have cheap ecs H67H2-M3 more than a year and I can say it's quiet reliable board so far.
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#3
eidairaman1
I owned a ECS board, really good as a stock runner, still running today. Hopefully this will push ECS as a Performance Tweaker Niche.

I personally would run ECS or Biostar over Asus for non overclockers currently but if they get tested and overclock with the Big 3 Names (AsRock most still consider mainstream but they tend to beat the piss out of Asus)

by: hellrazor
I.... don't get the need for it. Are ECS mobos seriously that unreliable?
This is like MSIs use of Military grade components or Gigabytes Ultra Durable marketing

its just to get the name better known
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#4
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
by: hellrazor
I.... don't get the need for it. Are ECS mobos seriously that unreliable?
They are pretty reliable. I've had several of their super cheap ass boards and a fairly high end version, no problems at all.
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eidairaman1
by: freaksavior
They are pretty reliable. I've had several of their super cheap ass boards and a fairly high end version, no problems at all.
I agree with you, we have a 12 or 13 YO board here that was P4 based
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#6
Thefumigator
I own a ECS GF8200A and it's been rock solid 24/7 since I have it, I think I purchased it in 2007 or 2008 or so.

I can personally certify this particular model as Nonstop compliant :) :p
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#7
1c3d0g
Interesting! I'm all for military-grade durability, as the environment I live in is unforgiving to electronics. :(
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