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Asus becomes a political party
Written by Rondog   
Monday, 10 July 2006 20:42

'In a somewhat expected move, ASUSTeK launched its competitor to well known "LANParty" series of motherboards from DFI, Universal Abit's own "Fatal1ty" and the likes. However, ASUSTeK didn't went the route of predecessors, but rather went on to found "Republic of Gamers"...consisted out of Socket AM2 and Conroe-supporting Socket 775 products.'

Read More At the Inquirer

This is a very interesting development and should hopefully give DFI and Abit a run for their money as the overclocking king-pin of motherboards. Which is always good news for prices.

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