ASUS launches Ask More Forum for technical support

Online help offered to ASUS customers
ASUS' Ask More Forum provides technical support for its motherboards, graphics cards and LCD monitors

ASUS' Ask More Forum provides technical support for its motherboards, graphics cards and LCD monitors

ASUS today launched an online forum, Ask More to provide technical support for its motherboards, graphics cards and LCD monitors. Users can post queries about ASUS motherboards and graphics card on this forum and their queries are supposed to be resolved promptly by ASUS advisors. Detailed information pertaining to technologies used in ASUS component products will also be discussed on this forum.

The forum also serves as a platform for ASUS motherboard and graphics card users to come together and discuss their computer hardware and for new users to get tips on which would be the best motherboard for their computing needs.

The Ask More forum is now online at http://asuspartner.in/forum/

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