Monday, September 3rd 2007

Asus P5E3 Deluxe X38 Mainboard Preview

VR-Zone brings us some exclusive pictures of the ASUS P5E3 Deluxe featuring the highly anticipated Intel X38 Chipset.


Source: VR-Zone
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13 Comments on Asus P5E3 Deluxe X38 Mainboard Preview

#2
steelkane
Nice if you like ati,, where's the DDR3 1333 FSB Nvidia SLI boards at,, Thats what I'm waiting for.
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#3
DrunkenMafia
why do they still bother with ide.... I hate ide ports on new boards....

My god it looks kick ass though.... I wonder how it is going to perform.
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#4
hat
Maximum Overclocker
for burners. Not everyone wants to replace thier perfectly good IDE burner for a SATA one that offers no performance gain whatsoever, and they don't offer molex support either (any that I've seen).

Also, still use molex alot, my burner takes molex, my hard drive has the option of molex (which I happily use), and my VGA fan uses molex too. Soon I will have a passive 8500 which of course needs no power for the fan but I will be using a PCI slot fan along with it which of course takes molex.
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Live OR Die
by: steelkane
Nice if you like ati,, where's the DDR3 1333 FSB Nvidia SLI boards at,, Thats what I'm waiting for.
ture i want a new Nvidia 7 series SLI with DDR3 1600Mhz lol 1333FSB more like 1600FSB will do me fine:)
INTEL AMD NVIDIA IS THE WAY TO GO NEVER LIKED ATI BACK HISTORY YOU COULD SAY I WANT TO SEE THE NEXT NIVIDIA R.O.G BOARD
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#6
kwchang007
This looks like sweetness. Does the second x16 pci-e slot run at x16 to?
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#7
Live OR Die
by: kwchang007
This looks like sweetness. Does the second x16 pci-e slot run at x16 to?
there 3 pci-e slots one must be for a ATI physics card both blue slots would be full 16x crossfire
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#8
kwchang007
by: Live OR Die
there 3 pci-e slots one must be for a ATI physics card both blue slots would be full 16x crossfire
Well physically it looks like x16....but is it x16 electronically is my question.
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#9
15th Warlock
Intel bought a license for SLI from nVidia last year, could this be the board that will offer support for that feature?

EDIT: After googling a little bit, I found this:

According to the Inq, this could be Intel's first SLI chipset:

X38 will do SLI

I guess we'll have to wait for an official confirmation for this.
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#11
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Asus is just popping out one amazing board after another. I think they are cementing themselves as the boards to beat...once again.
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#12
Urbklr
OMFG very nice board....if i didnt have faith in AMD's Phenom i would buy one when there launched. ASUS FTW!!!
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#13
Sasqui
VERY, very puuuuurty.
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