Conclusion: The Asus P6T Deluxe is a good value motherboard (which may be a little expensive for most) that works well and you can easily ignore the bits you don't want to use without losing out on the experience.
Conclusion: The extended testing we gave the Asus P6T was partially due to the plethora of features and partially due to it’s just a fun board. Overclocking was easily achieved with a minimum of fiddling with voltages. The three different triple channel RAM kits we tested were plug and play even at high speeds.
Conclusion: This review of the ASUS P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition is one of the longer and most thorough reviews of a motherboard we have written. We could have probably written another ten pages and still not covered every feature and function this board has to offer.
Pros: Supports both CrossFire and SLI, Express Gate for casual browsing and emergencies, Most feature laden board we've seen in some time, Excellent performance, Provides a slew of utilities that are all beneficial, The OC Palm is an excellent monitoring device for both hardware and overclocking, Given...
Cons: Inability to independently adjust each core's multiplier, Turbo Boost not available when overclocking
Excerpt: Just last week Intel unveiled the new Core i7 processor based on the Nehalem core architecture bringing about a new platform for Intel systems. The new CPU brought a host of changes when compared to the Intel Core 2 line including an integrated DDR3 memory controller, QuickPath Interconnect...
Asus P6T-Deluxe X58 Nehalem Motherboard Presentation
21 August 2008
Summary: At the begin of this week, 18th and 19th of August to be precise, Asus held an Advanced OverClocking Contest and new Intel X58 presentation in Berlin, Germany. Madshrimps was also present and with this short article we´ll be presenting some new upcoming hardware from Asus.