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Asus P5Q Deluxe
5.0 out of 10

Asus P5Q Deluxe

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ASUS UEFI BIOS Review

Neoseeker
7 January 2009

Intel P45 & G45 Launch

Neoseeker
9 December 2008

Asus P5Q Deluxe Review & Overclocking

Neoseeker
3 December 2008
Overall 9
9.4

Expert Review

Tweak Town
18 August 2008
  • Excerpt: P45 has made its mark. Already, we have seen boards announced and tested. It's ASUS' turn today with the P5Q Deluxe.
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ASUS P5Q Deluxe

Legion Hardware
26 May 2008
  • Summary: Back when we tested the ASUS P5Q3 Deluxe it quickly became obvious that the P45 was a winner, improving on the performance and efficiency of the original P35 chipset. When armed with DDR2 memory the P45 is just as lethal, matching the more expensive X48 chipset every step of the way.
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Asus' P5Q and P5Q3 Deluxe motherboards

techreport.com
22 May 2008
  • Summary: Apart from the inclusion of second generation PCI Express connectivity at the north bridge, Intel's upcoming P45 chipset doesn't pack much in the way of new features. However, based on our experiences with Asus' P5Q and P5Q3 Deluxe motherboards, the die-shrunk P45 appears to have loads of...
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Overall 5
5.0

ASUS P5Q Deluxe

PC Authority
10 January 2009
  • Summary: Josh Collins is still struggling to figure out the alpha-numeric system of ASUS’, but oh well, we’re up to Q now.
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Overall 8
8.0

Asus P5Q Deluxe

Trusted Reviews
17 December 2008
  • Summary: Asus has a comprehensive range of P45 based motherboards. Is this the pick of the bunch?
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Expert Review

CDRinfo
26 September 2008
  • Conclusion: The fact that you cannot do full Crossfire (2x16 lanes) is an issue with the P45 chipsets so we cannot blame Asus for this.
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Overall 8
8.0

An eco-friendly motherboard

Good Gear Guide.au
5 September 2008
  • Conclusion: This board is a great option for existing Intel users wishing to upgrade, as it still uses DDR2 and it can handle all the latest CPUs. Its value-added features — Splashtop and an energy conservation utility — are also good reasons to choose this model.
  • Pros: Energy conservation software utility, plenty of connectivity, Splashtop interface, stable performance
  • Cons: We couldn't get music to play using Splashtop, one SATA port will be unusable if a long graphics card is installed
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