ECS' Intel 8-Series Motherboards Officially Debut

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has launched its new family of 8-series motherboards for Intel’s 4th Generation “Haswell” processors. It will be initially offered in three distinct tiers: Essentials for “home and multimedia,” Deluxe for “small office and home,” and Pro for “power computing."

The new family of motherboards will utilize ECS's new Durathon durability technology, which includes a triple density PCB, extreme temperature resistance, 1.5K point marathon testing, and “superior solid capacitors designed to greatly improve motherboard quality, stability and longevity." Also included is the company’s Hyper Alloy Choke technology, Sound Blaster Cinema, 4-way video output (DVI, HDMI, Display Port and D-Sub VGA), EZ quick charger and 4K video output.

The new chipset features support for full SATA III 6 Gb/s internal ports and PCI-Express Gen.3 x16 bus design.

ECS’s Essential, Pro and Deluxe motherboards will begin shipping in Q2 2013. The company plans to launch an additional tier for “gaming and high performance processing” following soon afterwards. The company’s “Believe to Achieve” launch trailer is available below.

ECS 8-Series Motherboards

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  • Cons29
    oh ok, i thought this was their gaming boards, because when i looked at the pic i thought, what the heck, they are ugly.
    good thing those are not gaming boards.
    anyway i like asrock, cheaper yet good
  • Shneiky
    Good that they try to take a bite of the market, but still I don't trust their name...
  • Shneiky
    I up vote ASrock. Only option for the very high end is Asus.