ASUS releases the P7P55D-E Deluxe motherboard

ASUS releases the P7P55D-E Deluxe motherboard

ASUS, the global motherboard leader, has announced a new approach to motherboard design, Dual Intelligent Processors, with two intelligent co-processors responsible for system optimization towards better performance and greater energy efficiency.
This cutting edge architecture comprises the TurboV Processing Unit, or TPU, and Energy Processing Unit, or EPU. Together they help users benefit from extreme system performance while still conserving the environment by reducing a PC’s ultimate carbon foot print.
The co-processors address the two prime issues behind PC hardware evolution–performance and energy efficiency. As CPU makers strive to reach ever higher core counts and 32nm fabrication, this technology from ASUS promotes system optimization, utilizing smart design to enable performance while at the same time saving energy. It presents an effective way to get more out of existing PC hardware.
The TPU consists of a complete overhaul of ASUS’ extant TurboV design, presenting a support processing unit dedicated to speeding up performance in real time while monitoring gains to ensure stability. The TPU relieves much of the stress put on the CPU during intense tasks, tuning overall resources to achieve the fastest performance possible. The TPU supports various ASUS-exclusive performance tweaking innovations, and this auto tuning feature quickly finds optimized system settings to boost output up to 37%.
”Delivering amazing performance requires considerable finesse, especially in a user-friendly manner. ASUS TPU technology makes that possible. While manual system tuning calls for expertise and has too many variables that can go wrong, the TPU helps users gain hassle-free improvements so they can enjoy and do more on their PCs”, said Joe Hsieh, General Manager of the ASUS Motherboard Business Unit.
The ASUS proprietary EPU, or Energy Processing Unit, comes in as the second of the Dual Intelligent Processors. It monitors and moderates power consumption, helping users save energy and ultimately lower their carbon emissions. EPU programming keeps close watch on actual usage, reducing consumption during low intensity activities and opening up processing capabilities when needed. When engaged in web browsing, word processing and office activities, this translates into major savings for most users
ASUS has announced a new approach to motherboard design, Dual Intelligent Processors, with two intelligent co-processors responsible for system optimization towards better performance and greater energy efficiency.

This cutting edge architecture comprises the TurboV Processing Unit, or TPU, and Energy Processing Unit, or EPU. Together they help users benefit from extreme system performance while still conserving the environment by reducing a PC’s ultimate carbon foot print.

The co-processors address the two prime issues behind PC hardware evolution–performance and energy efficiency. As CPU makers strive to reach ever higher core counts and 32nm fabrication, this technology from ASUS promotes system optimization, utilizing smart design to enable performance while at the same time saving energy. It presents an effective way to get more out of existing PC hardware.

The TPU consists of a complete overhaul of ASUS’ extant TurboV design, presenting a support processing unit dedicated to speeding up performance in real time while monitoring gains to ensure stability. The TPU relieves much of the stress put on the CPU during intense tasks, tuning overall resources to achieve the fastest performance possible. The TPU supports various ASUS-exclusive performance tweaking innovations, and this auto tuning feature quickly finds optimized system settings to boost output up to 37%.

”Delivering amazing performance requires considerable finesse, especially in a user-friendly manner. ASUS TPU technology makes that possible. While manual system tuning calls for expertise and has too many variables that can go wrong, the TPU helps users gain hassle-free improvements so they can enjoy and do more on their PCs”, said Joe Hsieh, General Manager of the ASUS Motherboard Business Unit.

The ASUS proprietary EPU, or Energy Processing Unit, comes in as the second of the Dual Intelligent Processors. It monitors and moderates power consumption, helping users save energy and ultimately lower their carbon emissions. EPU programming keeps close watch on actual usage, reducing consumption during low intensity activities and opening up processing capabilities when needed. When engaged in web browsing, word processing and office activities, this translates into major savings for most users

Link: ASUS

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