Asus X99-E WS Workstation Motherboard Announced




/ 5 years ago

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Asus have revealed the X99-E WS, their latest Compact Electronics Bay (CEB) workstation motherboard. The board features the new Intel X99 chipset and comes loaded with features that will make it a popular choice with professional and enthusiast users. The X99-E WS comes equipped with support for the latest range of Intel CPUs, four-way PCI Express 3.0 x16 graphics card support for both AMD and Nvidia based cards and 8 x DDR4 slots capable of holding up to 64GB of 2133MHz (up to 3200 O.C.).

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Like all premium Asus boards, the X99-E WS is equipped with a wide range of features such as Driver-MOSFET, Beat Thermal Chokes II, 12K capacitors, ProCool connector and more to help ensure reliable performance from the motherboard. Storage options include M.2 x4, Asus PIKE II I/O kit expansion, ThunderboltEX II expansion cards, 2 x SATA Express 6Gbit/s and 8 x SATA 6Gb/s.

There are currently no details on price, but with such an extensive set of features we can be certain that it won’t be cheap.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

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