World’s Fastest Triple Channel Memory at 2333MHz
ASUS just announced its motherboards have achieved the fastest DDR3 triple channel memory ever recorded. Designed for outstanding performance, P6X58D Premium motherboards have proven themselves able to support triple channel DDR3 at 2333MHz, certified using Intel XMP, or Extreme Memory Profile. This is the strictest memory testing standard in the industry, designed for dedicated gamers and overclockers, but becoming increasingly popular with more mainstream audiences. Few pass XMP with such flying colors, demonstrating the quality and sheer capabilities of ASUS hardware.
The P6X58D Premium features ASUS Xtreme Design, aimed at enthusiasts, gamers and benchmarkers. Testing has established its great performance and stability, explaining the achievement of the new record. The X58 chipset-based P6X58D Premium boosted the triple channel DDR3 to 2333MHz together with an Intel Core i7-980X processor and Kingston HyperX triple-channel DDR3 memory.
Rigorous Testing Leads to the Win
Not known for holding back, ASUS routinely puts all its motherboards through strenuous testing to discover their utmost potential and ensure complete stability and compatibility. This relates to both Intel and AMD platforms, giving most PC users in the world great peace of mind when choosing ASUS. In another milestone, the Intel P55-based ASUS P7P55D-E Series of motherboards recently hosted record-breaking dual-channel DDR3 memory clocked at 2.5GHz, the fastest ever of its type.
The AMD 890FX-based Republic of Gamers Crosshair IV Formula motherboard has also gained from extreme testing and envelope pushing, featuring the first high performance dual channel DDR3 for AMD users.
The ASUS dedication to uncompromising performance testing is sure to bring great benefit to the industry and consumers in years to come.