Long Island, NY (PRWEB) December 06, 2013
General Technics, a provider of high-performance computer systems for businesses, has announced it will now offer ASUS motherboards with its systems. This announcement comes as Intel has begun a ramp down of production, and is expected to announce a cease in manufacturing very soon. GTWeb provides configured computer systems for homes, offices, data centers, and industrial applications. Its design and integration services include custom configurations based on the customer’s needs. All systems are built, tested, and shipped directly to customers in any industry.
One of the products GTWeb will feature is the Micro-ATX H81 motherboard. The unit includes USB 3.0 Boost, providing 170% faster transfer speeds than traditional USB 3.0, plus an increase in durability through the integration of ASUS 5X Protection. It also features HDMI and DVI outputs for high definition support and Network iControl network bandwidth management in real time. Compatible with Windows 8.1, the unit has SATA 3 and 6 Gb/s ports, a DVI-D port, a LAN connection, expansion slot, and an Intel® H81 chipset plus two slots for DDR3 memory.
An integrated graphics processor supports resolutions of up to 4,096 x 2,160 and a shared memory of up to 1,024 megabytes. Customers can also expect the motherboard to support intensive applications as it can operate dual independent displays and supports Intel InTru™ 3D, Quick Sync Video, and Clear Video HD Technology. An 8-channel high definition audio codec is included too. The 8.9 x 6.9 inch device’s disk unlocker, anti-surge, fanless heatsink, ASUS CrashFree BIOS 3, and other features ensure reliability under the most demanding of operating conditions.
While Intel shifts its focus, GTWeb is intent on providing the most current and supported technology. The company has integrated the high-performance motherboards manufactured by ASUS. These units will be integrated into the rugged industrial rackmount computer systems sold to businesses and consumers plus universities, government agencies, and other entities.
Customers can now configure these computer systems, servers, or cloud computing systems directly on the GTWeb website. Visitors can select from specified feature sets and pricing or contact the company by email, phone, or online chat for a more detailed customization. Technical sales representatives are trained to help each client build the most suitable system for their application and budget.
About General Technics
A leading computer solutions provider based in Long Island, New York, General Technics provides custom-designed systems to businesses, consumers, universities, government agencies, and more. Its specialty is in rugged industrial rackmount computers. The company can provide high-performance servers, workstations, storage servers and video surveillance, mobile, and desktop computing systems.