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ECS Intros Cutting-edge M.I.B. II Tweaking Utility for New Black Series Motherboards

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world’s leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system and notebook manufacturer, today introduces the latest cutting-edge M.I.B. II (Motherboard Intelligent BIOS II) tweaking utility for new-born Black Series motherboards, providing excellent solutions to meet the demands from the market without high price tag. Unleashing the full potential of hardware components that brings great benefits to users, ECS M.I.B. II incorporates plenty of detailed tweaking options especially in voltage control to enhance the overall system performance. In addition, gathering every tweaking option all in a single page is extremely convenient for users that spending precious time in searching merely a BIOS setting is never necessary. Just buy ECS’s Black Series motherboards now and enjoy the tweaking pleasure immediately.

    For many users, getting additional benefits is always their concern which makes overclocking considerably popular nowadays. ECS M.I.B. II allows users to get higher system performance simply by several steps in entering certain numbers in BIOS if they’re not familiar with the BIOS settings. Comparing to the previous version of M.I.B. tweaking utility, more options and bigger range of voltage control are added as well for power users to reach the hardware limit. Moreover, it’s extremely convenient that options for system tweaking are gathered all in a single page that power users can focus on pushing the limit without searching required options in various pages.

    Targeting at the performance segment, ECS Black Series motherboards stand for excellent solutions with the best price/performance ratio which always features all-solid-capacitor design for better durability, specifically designed cooling solution for faster heat dissipation, 4 or 6 phase power design for power stability, ECS Ultra I/O rear panel for USB peripherals connectivity, ECS Easy Button for easier installation, and ECS exclusive M.I.B. tweaking utility for sure. With great enhancement and advancement, ECS Black Series motherboards such as A780GM-A Ultra, A790GXM-A, X58B-A, and the latest A790GXM-AD3, now phase in the latest M.I.B. II tweaking utility to provide a powerful platform for users.

    It is noticeable that ECS Black Series motherboards have become the best solutions in the market with the high quality, rich features and the great reputation. For more information about ECS Black Series motherboards and the latest M.I.B. II tweaking utility, contact your local ECS sales agent today.
  2. CDdude55

    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Men In Black is a good movie.:)
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    the last thing i ever heard anything good said about ECS was back in the Skt 939 days with its KN1 mobo (i think that what it was called)even then they werent too popular. I think ECS are more of a big time OEM/Budget market player rather then a 'I-Want-To-Compete-With-Everybody' type of company. they make some decent boards - just that nobody cares lol
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    ECS is the world's leading? WTF? I mean, my previous 3 builds before this were with ECS boards, but that's because they're bone cheap and worked. Lord knows I don't exactly crave another feature-starved ECS board. I'd definitely take an ECS board if it at least let me change the voltage unlike this $50 MSI piece o junk.
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    All companies are world leader in whatever they do. Hence it doesn't mean a thing.
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    I thought that whole M.I.B. II feature was a Gigabyte gimmick? I could have sworn I had that with my old Gigabyte K8U-939.
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    ECS is A OEM mobo manufacturer because hardly anyone, except companies will go and buy their products. Their products arent as good as asus.
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    I totally disagree with you. Asus is equally bad like any other mobo company. ECS used to be crap (basically free mobo), but now they have improved a lot. ECS bios is not that strong for OCing like Asus or DFI, but their mobos just work, period.

    Atleast in my experience, whenever I try Asus, Abit or other premium manufacturer something or the other is not working correctly. Then after much pain I give up and put in a ECS and my issues are gone.

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    Really? I only use asus here...it's the only brand I trust aside from DFI

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