ASUS T-Topology Explained - Higher Memory Overclocking

Published by Marc Büchel on 02.08.12
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With the Crosshair V Formula-Z and the Sabertooth 990FX R2.0, ASUS is going to release two new premium AMD motherboards, one for the TUF and the other for the ROG series. You can expect some changes and also some new features for AMDs latest FX Bulldozer CPUs as well as AMDs upcoming Piledriver processors. The biggest improvement concerns the implementation of ASUS' T-Topology on AMD motherboards. The manufacturers latest Z77 motherboards already incorporate this new feature and ASUS promises that overclockers can reach higher memory frequencies, when placing four DIMMs. ASUS was also working on the power delivery to the DIMM slots which should also help reaching higher clock frequencies. In this article we're going to explain what is special about ASUS' T-Topology technology and why it helps with overclocking.

  • Page 1 - Introduction
  • Page 2 - What is T-Topology?
  • Page 3 - What's the benefit from T-Topology?
  • Page 4 - What about overclocking?

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