Ubuntu Compatible Asus Motherboards

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Ubuntu Compatible Asus Motherboards
Many Asus motherboards work with Ubuntu Linux. (motherboard image by dinostock from Fotolia.com)

Ubuntu Linux is a popular alternative to Microsoft Windows operating systems. Ubuntu releases a new version of its Linux distribution every six months and works with a very wide range of x86-based computer hardware. Asus is the maker of different computer components, including motherboards. Ubuntu Linux works on a variety of Asus motherboards.

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Asus P5PKL-AM EPU

This motherboard uses the LGA775 socket for Intel CPUs such as the Core 2 Duo. It supports a bus range from 800 to 1600MHz. The P5KPL-AM EPU uses the Intel G31 chipset and supports up to 4 GB of DDR2 memory. This motherboard has an integrated Intel GMA 3100 graphics card, as well as gigabit Ethernet.

Asus P5G41C-M

This motherboard uses the LGA775 socket for Intel CPUs such as the Core 2 Duo. It supports a bus range from 800 to 1333MHz. The P5G41C-M uses the Intel G41 chipset and supports up to 8 GB of DDR3 memory. This motherboard has an integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphics card, as well as gigabit Ethernet.

Asus P5G43T-M Pro

This motherboard uses the LGA775 socket for Intel CPUs such as the Core 2 Duo. It supports a bus range from 800 to 1333MHz. The P5G43T-M Pro uses the Intel G41 chipset and supports up to 8 GB of DDR3 memory. This motherboard has an integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphics card, as well as gigabit Ethernet.

Asus P7H55-M Pro

This motherboard uses the LGA1156 socket for Intel CPUs such as the Core i7. It supports a bus range from 1066 to 2133MHz. The P7H55-M Pro uses the Intel H55 chipset and supports up to 16 GB of DDR3 memory. This motherboard has integrated gigabit Ethernet and uses the video chipset present on the Core i7 CPUs.

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