New Asus P6X58D Premium Is First Official USB 3.0 Motherboard

Posted: Jan 12 2010, 1:43am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:51pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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The ASUS P6X58D Premium motherboard is the first motherboard officially certified by the USB Implementation Forum (USB-IF) to support USB 3.0 technology.

The Asus P6X58D Premium was recognized for achieving USB 3.0 or SuperSpeed USB compliance on January 5, 2010. This makes it the first in the industry to receive USB 3.0 certification.

With its upgraded data transfer technology, the P6X58D Premium delivers up to 10 times faster data transfers compared to USB 2.0-based motherboards.
USB 3.0 is expected to improve the transfer of rich media content and large files from the latest, technologically advanced digital devices. The P6X58D Premium is built on the Intel X58 chipset and the Intel LGA 1366 socket. It also supports the upcoming 32nm 6-Core CPU (Intel Gulftown i7-980X).
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