Here is a quick shot of the primary x16 graphics card slot and the model name of the board.
Here is a closer look at the PLX chip, which is used to connect the
Marvell SATA III 6Gbps controller to the PCIe 2.0 bus on the chipset.
A closer look at the NEC SuperSpeed USB 3.0 controller!
We also got word from ASUS that the ASUS P7H57D-V EVO Motherboard is going to be featuring GPU NOS. GPU NOS, as the world’s 1st automatic GPU OC tool, can intelligently detects the real-time GPU rendering loading, and automatically boosts performance for the most demanding tasks. Furthermore, it will return to the normal frequency when the heavy loading tasks finish. Unlike other dynamic overclocking techniques, GPU NOS responds much faster without delay to satisfy your need of 3D performance. ASUS engineers add a sensor circuit to detect the GPU loading, so that GPU NOS will respond rapidly and intelligently set the GPU running at a suitable frequency.
Based on ASUS design philosophy, “Inspiring Innovation, Persistence Perfection”, ASUS has created a very user-friendly UI for their customers. To amateurs, there are only 3 buttons you need to enjoy the benefit of GPU NOS, buttons for default mode, customize mode and GPU NOS mode. It allows you to overclock the GPU frequency, sideport frequency and GPU voltage in Windows environment and takes effect in real-time without rebooting the OS. With ASUS Extreme Design and GPU NOS, you can easily get more scores increased by over 60% in 3DMark Vantage after overclocking! We believe this new heart-touching technique will provide everyone an opportunity to feel the wonderful experience of performance boost.
With the Intel H57 still under NDA we really can’t tell you more than what we can see in this leaked photos! Once the platform arrives in early 2010 you can expect a full review of the technology here on Legit Reviews.