Year by year, the demand for high performance components has been increasing in the realm of computing. In catering to such demands and expectations, Taiwan computer manufacturer ASUS has developed innovative technologies that will allow users to achieve the best possible performance. Their ASUS W90, launched last Januari, has even succeeded in breaking the world record in notebook overclocking.
With the help of a world-renowned professional overclocker, the ASUS W90 has proven to be a notebook with power comparable to that of a desktop PC by achieving a massive 3DMark 06 score of 20284 - outperforming its closest rival, a notebook equipped with an Intel Core 2 Quad processor. Powered by an Intel X38 chipset and an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, together with the unique ASUS Turbo Gear function, the W90 is said to let users enjoy system performance boosts of up to 25%.
With a 3 x SO-DIMM mainboard design and a maximum RAM capacity of 6GB of DDR2-800 memory, the W90 is ideally designed for multitasking and multimedia performance. Dual hard disk drives provide up to one terabyte of storage capacity, allowing users to do more, as well as store more documents or multimedia. The W90 is also now available with more advanced specifications such as the Intel Quad Core processeror and Windows Vista 64 bit Ultimate. Sounds like a suitable music machine ;)
Thanks to a Full HD1080p, 18.4” widescreen display and a choice of graphics card options you shouldn't be expecting problems editing your video clips too.