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ASUS Launches New nForce 600 Motherboards

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    Asus Technology Pte Ltd.(ASUS), the worldwide leader of motherboards is proud to introduce the AI Lifestyle P5N32-E SLI motherboard, which offers a third PCI Express x16 for physics card support, and includes several unique thermal technologies that enable powerful yet dependable performance. The nForce 680i SLI-based P5N32-E SLI supports the Intel Quad-Core Processor and NVIDIA’s Quad-SLI technology, and is ready for the up-coming 1,333MHz FSB specification. Made for gamers and enthusiasts, the motherboard provides the power needed for smooth video and extreme performance. Besides the P5N32-E SLI, ASUS has also introduced the P5N-E SLI motherboard, based on the NVIDIA 650i chipset. While most competing 650i motherboards settled with the reference design, ASUS has added exclusive technologies to improve overall computing performance.

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    why the hell do they still use that damn sli switching card that damn thing clashes with the rest of the mobo
     
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    Well my nForce/ Asus combo has been great so I'll consider something like this if I upgrade.
     
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    I have to admit, I really like the fact that more manufactures are going to the removable sound cards.

    Because it is a low end board, they reserve the switching cardless boards for the higher end market.
     
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    'ASUS P5N32-E SLI' ideal voltage

    Hi Guys,

    Was wondering if anyone knows the ideal voltage settings for the 'ASUS P5N32-E SLI'? I heard that the generic settings cause the system to be underpowered and occasionally causes re-booting.:eek:

    I'm planning to run the the Intel QX6700 Quad Core and 2GB of low latency RAM.

    Appreciate your input,

    Thanks,

    TF.
     
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    Post in the motherboards forum instead of news, then more people will help.
     

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