Asustek announces new motherboards with HDMI onboard

Asustek Computer has announced the release of the new Intel G35 chipset motherboards featuring on onboard HDMI connector, the Asustek P5E-V HDMI. The motherboards provide users with the ability to showcase high-definition multimedia, highlighted the company.

The P5E-V HDMI and P5E-VM HDMI motherboards are outfitted with multi-display output modes and onboard HDMI. By delivering multi-channel audio and uncompressed digital video with HDCP found on HD DVD and Blu-ray discs via a single cable, HDMI simplifies cabling and allows users to transform their PCs into home entertainment solutions with full HD 1080p visuals, said Asustek. This will allow users to enjoy popular HD video content on large-screen TVs/monitors. Additionally, the bundled HDMI to DVI conversion adapter allows users to support DVI outputs

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Only problem is Gigabyte's stuff is junk, their drivers are junk and the Taiwanese company cares so little they dont have any hi-speed servers in teh US for drivers/software download. There are reasons why they get the nickname: Sh1tabyte

This is a great chipset, I was waiting for these G35's for quite some time ... they make great media center boxes ... DX10 support ... now if only Gigabyte would come out with theirs.

tntomek said,
This is a great chipset, I was waiting for these G35's for quite some time ... they make great media center boxes ... DX10 support ... now if only Gigabyte would come out with theirs.

Yes, it seems that anything Asus can do Gigabyte can do for $40 less.

And this is a good thing how?

All it's doing is restricting hardware growth, forcing us into technological dead ends. The days of choice are over.