Excerpt: Motherboard naming conventions have never been easy to follow, but Asus threw us for a loop with its P5E3 Premium board. Is it an even better version of the stellar P5E3 Deluxe that we reviewed in January? Nope. The board actually features Intel’s newest enthusiast x48 chipset, which is, umm, 10 more than the x38 used in the P5E Deluxe board. Besides the chipsets, you’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference between the two boards if they were laid side by side.
Pros: Official 1,600FSB support, eSATA, and 802.11n for free!