Wednesday, September 11th 2013

ECS Introduces Durathon Certified H81 Series Motherboards

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) today announces its new H81 series motherboards, featuring new Intel 8-series Chipsets specifically designed for the new 4th Generation Intel Core processor family. ECS H81 series motherboards are designed for different applications, such as Internet café, multi-media, and general office productivity. Also, ECS H81 series motherboards are available in a full product lineup of ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX form factors.

All H81 series motherboards are certified with ECS' new Durathon durability technology which includes Triple Density PCB, Extreme Temperature Resistance, 1.5K Point Marathon Testing, and Superior Solid Capacitors designed to greatly improve motherboard quality, stability and longevity. In addition, electrostatic discharge protection provides additional safety. Durathon motherboards use the highest quality components and go through rigorous testing that is above and beyond industry standards to ensure the highest standards of reliability.
4K Support, SATA III, PCI-Express x16, USB 3.0, And More
Features of the new ECS H81 series motherboards include support for full SATA III 6 Gb/s internal ports for high speed storage, PCI-Express Gen.3 x16 bus for the latest graphics cards, integrated USB 3.0 for faster data transfer rates, 4K resolution display support on the HDMI port, and 2 DDR3 1600(MHz) DIMM slots for up to 16GB RAM. For more information about ECS Durathon please visit the ECS Durathon microsite.
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I like seeing ECS marketing their boards to this segment, with an emphasis on durability and longevity. They certainly haven't had any luck with the enthusiast market. Perhaps if they can increase their overall market share, they'll have more resources to develop great high-end boards and improve firmware and software.
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