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ASUS Announces Comprehensive Lineup of New Motherboards for Intel Core 2 processors

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    ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), the worldwide leader in motherboards, today introduced a comprehensive lineup of new motherboards supporting the latest Intel Core 2 processors - Core2 Duo and Core2 Extreme. From workstations to entry-level systems, ASUS' new offerings satisfy different user demands with drastic performance hike.

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    ASUS also upgraded several existing models to support the new technology. Please look for R2.0 PCB versions to ensure Core2 processor compatibility.

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    For more information on the motherboards and other ASUS solutions, please visit the company homepage at www.asus.com.

    Source: ASUS
     
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    As does Gigabyte, DFI, and AOpen.

    Intel apparently has not yet released any mobos, but they list 3 Gigabyte and two Foxconns on their website here.
     
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    ASUS Announces Comprehensive Lineup of New Motherboards for Intel Core 2 processors...

    And no one really cares.
     
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    Speak for yourself. I am looking forward to a CPU that blows all previous processors in all categories out of the water while producing much less heat and consuming much less power in the process. That's a win win win as far as I am concerned. A win for Intel, a win for the consumer, and a win for competition.

    I am sorry if they burst your AMD bubble but that's life. And it does not matter to me who did it - If it was AMD, Motorola, Intel, whatever - as long as it gives me, the consumer more options - getting emotionally attached to a brand is senseless.
     
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    I am sure everyday will bring more.
     

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