ASUS C90 – 15.4″ NB for Overclocking and Interchangeability

In order to caetr to enthusiasts who want to create their ideal dream machines, ASUS has launched the revolutionary 15.4″ tailor-made notebooks series – the ASUS C90. This world-class notebook is tailor-made for extreme overclocking and performance, and is record-breaking with 4 world’s first features.

ASUS C90 Gaming Laptop

ASUS C90 Gaming Laptop

These accolades are: supporting the fastest CPU speeds of the desktop Intel® Core 2™ Extreme X6800 CPU, supporting overclocking of the CPU speed and FSB by 20% up to 2.93GHz and 1279, allowing graphics card configuration and upgrading with the exclusively designed MXM open platform, and providing a towering 3DMark score of up to 4628.

ASUS C90 Gaming Notebook

ASUS C90 Gaming Notebook

Overclock the CPU Speed by Up to 20%
With the help of the ASUS exclusive “Turbo Gear” CPU speed controller, the ultimate performance under specific selected modes can be reached. In Overclocking mode, the CPU speed can be boosted up to 2.93GHz and the FSB up to 1279. In addition, the fan-control & multi-heat pipe thermal module provides extraordinary overclocking abilities and reliable computing operations wherever, whenever.

ASUS C90 Specifications

  • Supports up to Intel® Core™ 2 Extreme Processor X6800
  • Supports up to 15.4″ WXGA, WXGA+, WSXGA+ (1680 x 1050) widescreen display
  • SATA Hard Drive
  • Standard MXM graphic card, supporting up to GeForce 8600M GT 256MB/512MB
  • Supports up to 3GB Dual Channel DDRII 800 SDRAM
  • Supports DVD Super-Multi, HD DVD and Blu-ray Drive
  • 2.0 Mega-Pixels 240 degree swivel webcam with face tracking function
  • e-SATA, HDMI, 3xUSB 2.0, IEEE 1394, TV-out, D-sub VGA port, 8-in-1 card reader, MCX connector for TV-RF
  • 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Bluetooth® V2.0+EDR, Finger Print, TPM 1.2, Hybrid TV Tuner, Turbo Gear, Power 4 phone
  • 367 x 268 x 36 mm, 3.1 kg (6 cell battery pack 4800mAh)


  1. Laptop Adviser
    Posted October 10, 2007 at 4:51 pm |

    Ultimate Gaming Laptop!

  2. Lisa
    Posted March 29, 2008 at 7:49 pm |

    Can I upgrade the graphics in an Asus C90?