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. There however, comes a point where a lengthy review can have a diminishing benefit to our readers as the information can start to become convoluted and boggle the mind.
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 the performance and features, the price is right, Power saving EPU-6 engine is second to none, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Onboard Support, Quiet thermal design keeps the boar...
Cons: Inability to independently adjust each core's multiplier, Turbo Boost not available when overclocking
Excerpt: Core i7 is here and Intel is going to be pushing this as the new enthusiast processor platform. We have already taken a look at two of their three models released to the market, the Core i7 920 and Core i7 965. Both have proven themselves to be a very impressive processor and are quite easily capable of taking over where Core 2 leaves off.
Excerpt: Mit der Vorstellung des Intel X58 Chipsatzes sind viele Computer Träume wahr geworden. Endlich wird es Mainboards geben, die sowohl SLI als auch Crossfire Support bieten. Leider hat der neue Chipsatz auch einen großen Nachteil, dieser wird nur für aktuelle LGA 1366 Prozessoren zum Einsatz kommen. Ein dazu passendes Mainboard wollen wir euch heute vorstellen, das ASUS P6T Deluxe/OC Palm.