Excerpt: Asus’s P6T Deluxe isn’t the most over-the-top Core i7 board we’ve tested, but it certainly has a leg up on Intel’s bare-bones DX58SO. For one thing, it finally brings us graphics reunification by supporting both two-card SLI and CrossFire X configurations. And instead of the gimpy four-slot DIMM setup of Intel’s DX58SO, the P6T Deluxe features six DDR3 DIMM slots. The board, of course, supports all Core i7 CPUs.
Pros: Graphics reunification, six DIMMs, and a nifty external LCD display.
Cons: BIOSes and applications are still a little rough around the edges.
Conclusion: It's clear from the outset that the Asus P6T Deluxe is a quality product. Not only is the package well thought out and very well presented as per usual Asus standards, the motherboard itself is a masterpiece of current PC technology. Comprising the latest Intel chipset, triple DDR3 and the option of either SLI or Crossfire, it shouldn't matter whether you prefer the red or green camp, either way you are going to win with the Asus P6T Deluxe.
Pros: OC Palm, BIOS, Overclocking
Cons: PCIe positioning, It's very difficult to give out an award for the P6T Deluxe as the product has yet to have a direct comparison but based on todays review, I have no hesitation on recommending the product. Once the board has had a comparative review I will add any awards and adjust the current score as appropriate.
Excerpt: Como já foi dito na primeira parte deste review , em vez de receber apenas uma placa-mãe, a Asus Brasil nos enviou uma configuração completa já equipada com um processador Intel Core i7 940 , 12 GB de SDRAM Kingston KVR-1333D3N9/2G DDR3 de 1.333 MHz, disco rígido Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 SATA 3 de 500 GB ( ST3500320AS ) e duas placas de vídeo ASUS ENGTX285 TOP ( GeForce GTX 285 ) montadas em SLI. De fato, uma configuração pra ninguém botar defeito.