ASUS X1300 Pro Silent
Posted by: Mac124 on: 19.04.2006 00:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Unless you are completely new the world of PC hardware chances are you have heard of ASUS as they are probably one of the biggest and most reputable manufacturers of computer hardware. Today I am going to be looking at an ASUS X1300pro silent graphics card. Here is a little bit about ASUS first though.
ASUS, a technology-oriented company blessed with one of the world's top R&D teams, is well known for high-quality and innovative technology. As a leading provider of 3C (computers, communications and consumer electronics) total solutions, ASUS offers a complete product portfolio to compete in the new millennium.
In 2005, ASUS shipped 52 million motherboards, which means one out of every 3 desktop PCs sold last year was powered by an ASUS motherboard. If we line them up side by side, the length will be longer than the distance from New York to San Francisco.
ASUS products' top quality stems from product development. It's like learning Chinese Kung-Fu; one must begin with cultivating the "Chi" and inner strength. Besides innovating cutting-edge features, ASUS engineers also pay special attention to EMI (electromagnetic interference), thermal, acoustics and details that usually go unnoticed to achieve complete customer satisfaction. ASUS notebooks are the first TCO'99-certified notebooks worldwide. The requirements for this honour include radiation emission control, energy (battery consumption), ecology (environment friendly) and ergonomics.
To succeed in this ultra-competitive industry, great products need to be complimented by speed-to-market, cost and service. That's why all 58,000 employees of ASUS strive for the "ASUS Way of Total Quality Management" to offer the best quality without compromising cost and time-to-market while providing maximum value to all customers through world-class services.
Today I am looking at the Asus x1300 Pro Silent option from Asus, although at the bottom of the scale the card promises to be ideal for MCE pc’s or for those under a budget, but the question is with games becoming more demanding (even the basic ones) will it be up to scratch.
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