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Thursday, April 24, 2014
ASUS to Unleash Full SATA Express Performance With SRIS


ASUS and Intel have developed a BIOS structure that is said to unlease the true full potential of the latest SATA Express interface standard on future ASUS motherboards.

ASUS is the first motherboard manufacturer to implement a technology that is critical for SATA Express to perform at its best - the Separate Reference Clock with Independent Spread Spectrum Clocking Architecture, or SRIS for short.

In order to validate SRIS, ASUS developed Hyper Express, an exclusive 2.5-inch SATA Express external enclosure. This smart invention is a concept device that accommodates two mSATA devices and enabled ASUS engineers to measure extensively SATA Express interface design, allowing the company to finely engineer new motherboard designs.

In order to deliver the full potential of SATA Express, the host motherboard must contain the SRIS architecture in the BIOS. It ensures that the crucial timings between the high-speed SATA Express device and the motherboard are kept precisely in tune. Asus promises to offer sequential read/write speeds of up to 745/809 MB/s in the near future.

Asus claims that SATA Express-capable motherboards that lack the SRIS architecture in the BIOS could present compatibility problems. SATA Express devices might not be recognized, for example; or recognized devices might not work correctly.

The SRIS BIOS technology will be available worldwide in future ASUS motherboards.




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