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Asus New F2A85 Series Motherboards for Mainstream PCs come with Remote Go functionality
Asus, leading consumer electronics major has introduced new F2A85 series motherboards designed for AMD’s second generation of APUs. The new motherboards have got the latest AMD A85X chipset and FM2 socket. This next generation APUs is designed for delivering enhanced gaming and multimedia experience for its users. The latest motherboards will come with a range of exclusive features.
Some of its key features include;
Dual Intelligent Processors 3 (DIP3)
New DIGI + Power Controls
Boost in GPU
USB BIOS Flashback Tool
Remote GO is a unique feature in this new Asus keyboard. It has got three functions namely;
DLNA Media Hub
It is designed for providing users with a better home entertainment experience. This is made possible by linking gadgets like PCs, smartphones; TV’s and tablets wirelessly using an existing LAN Cable and Router setup. It becomes easy to operate these devices with these motherboards remotely.
Power Control and other aspects
Enhanced power control features are provided using the Dual Intelligent Processor along with new DIGI+ Power Controls designed to save up to 65% of the system based energy. System efficiency and stability is improved with the help of two digital voltage controllers. The motherboards also feature good build quality with high quality components used for its manufacture and development.
Asus New F2A85 series motherboards also features USB BIOS Flashback tool capable of offering one of the most comfortable ways for flashing the BIOS. The company also offers a new DirectKey feature which up on pushing can directly access BIOS thereby eliminating the need for repeated tapping of the ‘Delete’ keys.