ASUS P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition X58 Motherboard Review

Posted: Nov 10 2008, 2:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:32am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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Tweaktown published a review of the new ASUS P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition X58 Motherboard supporting the new Intel Core i7 CPU platform.
Quote from the review: "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. Today we have ASUS’ first X58 retail offering in the form of the P6T Deluxe, equipped with just about everything you could want. It’s aimed at a very picky crowd; enthusiast and high-end users. So how does it fair? - Let’s have a look."
Read the full review on Tweaktown. Shop for the newest Motherboards on NewEgg.

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