ASUS NEW F1A75 Series Motherboards with DIP2, DIGI+ VRM and UEFI BIOS
The new ASUS F1A75 Series Motherboards with DIP2, DIGI+ VRM and UEFI BIOS are especially designed to optimize performance for the AMD Llano APUs and have exceptional overclocking capability for the all-around APU with many different integrated graphics card that are built directly on the same die.
The ASUS F1A75 series motherboards are equipped with the exclusive DIGI+ VRM (depending on the specific motherboard you selected) and the most intuitive UEFI BIOS on the market that provides a BIOS interface that can be controlled and navigated with a mouse. The F1A75-V EVO, one of the new F1A75 Series Motherboards, is the world’s first FM1 socket motherboard with dual x8/x8 PCI-Express for AMD CrossFireX™ support, while the entire range of the new ASUS F1A75 Series motherboards are designed to natively support the latest USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps standards.
Based on the latest AMD A75 chipset and FM1 socket, ASUS F1A75 Series motherboards support AMD’s new APUs (the new Fusion platform). These include class leading performance from AMD Radeon™ HD 6000 series processor graphics with AMD Dual Graphics support. With an additional PCI-Express Radeon GPU to initiate Radeon Dual Graphics mode, the performance can be boosted up to 128%.
With the APU Radeon™ processor graphics offering DirectX® 11 technology, OpenCL Direct Compute and superb low power performance, you have the proper hardware for your home demand, without the need for an extra PCI-Express graphics card.
System stability with the new ASUS F1A75 Series Motherboards with DIP2, DIGI+ VRM and UEFI BIOS is also more efficient thanks to a smart thermal function, which includes phased temperature controls. For full system control, all features are accessible either by UEFI BIOS or AI Suite II. This all-in-one software offers diverse and easy-to-use functions, without the need to switch back and forth between different utilities while in Windows.
Included on all F1A75 Series motherboards is the UEFI BIOS menu interface which, as outlined above, allows a user to control and adjust their BIOS settings through a mouse-enabled interface for more user-friendly navigation. So, no more panicking and fear when accessing the BIOS interface now. The built-in EZ Mode option also provides a drag-and-drop boot priority option for easier management of boot devices, while the Advanced Mode allows experienced performance enthusiasts to tweak more intricate system settings. Overclockers can also save screen caps of their settings by pressing F12 on the keyboard and saving it onto a USB thumb drive. Share this post on ASUS F1A75 Series Motherboards DIP2, DIGI+ VRM and UEFI BIOS