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Originally Posted by xPaladinNot bad, but for an Asus deluxe mobo I was expecting to see two IEEE1394s, similar to the A8N32s. Or did I miss something?
Originally Posted by customhollecmos reset pushbutton???? Is there one????
Originally Posted by cereal_killerno overclock testing ?
Originally Posted by scqYeah. What's the overclockability on this board? So far, it seems like the only absolute options for any Conroe overclocker is the pricey P5W DH Deluxe, and to some degree Intel's "Badaxe" (I could never bear to buy something called 'BadAxe' myself), as it seems though every Conroe reviewer are using those boards for tests and overclocking.
They may work well, but not everybody's got the budget for such boards, and it doesn't make sense if your E6300 cost less than the motherboard itself.
Originally Posted by Latoron*snip*
Originally Posted by scq*snip*
Originally Posted by cereal_killer*snip*
Originally Posted by Tim SThis board doesn't have any multi-gpu support at all.
At the moment, there is one nForce4 SLI X16 chipset that supports Core 2 Duo and that is the only one to support SLI and Conroe at the moment. NVIDIA is releasing nForce 590 SLI later this month, and board partners should be selling by the start of next month. At the moment, it's unclear whether i975X will support SLI - I've heard mixed responses from both sides of the fence. I guess time will tell on that front.
Originally Posted by krikkitGreat review - nice looking board too, plenty of features for those not fussed for multi-GPU.
Originally Posted by ArticleAcross the board, in single GPU testing the Asus board performs the fastest or almost fastest with only the Intel board outpacing it in Quake 4 by quite a large margin. However, the Asus P5B Deluxe is a large distance ahead of the three AM2 boards.
Originally Posted by LatoronSo this boards multi-gpu is undecided, odd.
Originally Posted by zoot2bootanyone else find this statement a little odd? it's hardly the AM2 motherboards fault...
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