Wednesday, July 18th 2007

ASUS Motherboards Ready For Next-Generation Intel 1333FSB Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo Pro

Taipei, Taiwan, July 16, 2007 – ASUS, the worldwide leader of motherboards, today announced the motherboards that will support Intel's latest Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB processors. "As the leading motherboard manufacturer, our customers have come to expect the latest solutions from us," said Joe Hsieh, Director of ASUS Motherboard Business. "Our series of Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB-ready motherboards once again proves our leadership position for the newest and most advanced processors."


ASUS Motherboards Support High-Performance Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB CPU
Being the leader in the motherboard industry worldwide, ASUS currently offers a wide range of high-performance motherboards that can take advantage of Intel's latest Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB processors. Providing awesome performance for today's and tomorrow's thread-intensive games and applications, the cutting-edge Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB processors offer a significant performance boost while providing an overall more energy efficient platform. With such impressive features, a combination of ASUS’ motherboards with the Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB CPU will undoubtedly produce extreme and unrivalled performance for games and applications alike.

Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB Ready Motherboards
Below are the ASUS motherboards that are currently Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB-ready. ASUS will always keep in step with the latest developments and provide hardware and firmware updates for optimal Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB performance and functionality. Also, more Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo 1333FSB-ready ASUS motherboards will be announced soon.Source: Asus
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10 Comments on ASUS Motherboards Ready For Next-Generation Intel 1333FSB Core2 Extreme/Core2 Duo Pro

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I love Asus' products. Their motherboard I have now, A8N5X (not using but do have) is simply bad ass!
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#2
d44ve
I dont understand whats so craptacular about this?

My Striker Extreme from them supported the new 1333 FSB and so does my eVGA board?

EDIT : NM I see that added some intel chipsets
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#3
crow1001
Been with Asus for the past few years and never had any problems with them and most boards were great at overclocking, currently have the commando, love it to bits, overclocks like crazy and as stable as hell.
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#4
OnBoard
Whii, mine is also in the list. Not that I didn't think it wouldn't be, as it does 450MHz+ overclocked (haven't tested my self :p).

edit: only thing I hate about ASUS is their webpages! They are useless being slow all the time and half the time the pages don't even load :( But better slow webpages than slow motherboard =) (got the new bios out of there finally)
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#5
tvdang7
dang my p5n-3 sli isnt on there. does that mean it wont run it or its just not "officially" supported?
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#7
tvdang7
thats odd then why didnt they put it on the list? owell im a happy camper thought my board was obsolete already i just got it.
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#8
zOaib
by: d44ve
I dont understand whats so craptacular about this?

My Striker Extreme from them supported the new 1333 FSB and so does my eVGA board?

EDIT : NM I see that added some intel chipsets
Striker is much newer than a p5b deluxe, but its nice that mine is supported for the 1333 fsb with a bios revision , but i guess they just wanted to create a list of the ones that have the capability to work under 1333 fsb
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#9
Wile E
Power User
This is good news for all the worried P5B owners.
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#10
DOM
:roll: And I wanted to get a new mobo cuz of it :p:rockout:

But its a Beta Version;)
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