motherboards.org: This board has a lot to offer the user as it has anything you might need to get up and going including a Wireless Wi-Fi connection that in today's world is a real plus feature. Everything you can ask for in a board is available on the M2N32-SLI Deluxe and it leaves little to be desired to the hard-core enthusiast user or gamer.
hardwaresecrets.com: M2N32-SLI De Luxe is the most high-end socket AM2 motherboard from ASUS, targeted to the new Athlon 64 CPUs supporting DDR2 memory. It is based on the new nVidia nForce 590 SLI chipset, supporting SLI technology. Let?s see how the performance of this latest release from ASUS is.
pcstats.com: The Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe is one of the first Socket AM2 motherboards to make it into the PCSTATS labs, and it's one motherboard with a lot of expectations attached. Coming out of the box, the ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe is extremely user friendly; in the hardware layout on-PCB, inside the BIOS, and with respect to its tweaking software. The Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe supports 940-pin socket AM2 AMD Athlon64/X2/FX and Sempron processors and is based on the flagship nVIDIA nForce 590 SLI and nVidia MCP55PXE chipsets.
virtual-hideout.net: Ok I know I said I wasn't going to review the ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe (wireless edition) motherboard when I wrote my AM2 overclocking article. However, I just couldn't help myself because this board is quite simply the most feature-packed motherboard I've ever used.
techgage.com: The M2N32-SLI Deluxe is one feature packed motherboard in every sense of the word. Whether you are a hardcore gamer, enthusiast overclocker or Joe HTPC, this board delivers what you are looking for.
pcstats.com: Comes loaded with features like an additional four port Serial ATA/RAID Silicon Image controller, Gigabit IDE RAID, 8.1 channel audio and IEEE 1394a.
hardocp.com: The A8N-SLI is ASUS? latest AMD 939-pin motherboard. It supports the much-awaited PCI-Express X16 video interface, NVIDIA?s Scalable Link Interface using the nForce 4 chipset, and supports the AMD Athlon 64 & FX processor lineup. This is one for the enthusiast to get excited about.
3dxtreme.net: Today 3DXtreme has the great pleasure of reviewing one of Asus? offering to the AMD Athlon64 socket 939 line, the A8V Deluxe. Historically it has been shown that performance from one motherboard to another on the Athlon64 platform has been very close across all manufacturers. We really don?t expect things to change much with the A8V. We then shift to finding the motherboard that offers the most features for the enthusiast who is looking to overclock the Athlon64 to it?s maximum potential.
ocmodshop.com: Asus was kind enough to send us their brand new AMD flagship, the nForce4 A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard and two EN6600GT?s so we could review a full-blown Asus SLI setup. We are going to take a look at this hardware in a three part article suite. With this article, Part 1, we will be looking at the motherboard. Then in Part 2 we will look at the the SLI compatible EN6600GT?s, and finally in Part 3 take a closer look at the performance and issues of a current SLI hardware setup, and maybe give some insight to those looking at 6600GT SLI hardware.
lostcircuits.com: Among the first to market with the nForce4 SLI chipset was ASUS with their A8N-SLI. Packing a full punch of features along with the almost proverbial ASUS quality, the A8N-SLI is a mainboard geared especially towards the high-end gaming community. We have been running the A8N-SLI in the Deluxe version for about 3 months in a variety of system configurations from single card to SLI without encountering anything that could be considered a weakness. Dual Gigabit LAN, dual channel memory, the possibility to hook up more SATA and PATA drives than any case could possibly hold, in other words, an abundance of everything would be an appropriate description of the board and its bundle.
hothardware.com: Probably one of the best looking motherboards to grace our labs in a long time, the P5W DH Deluxe is what some might call a "totally decked-out" design. Every square inch of the board is packed tight with technology from its Dual Gig-E ports, to its 8-channel audio jacks, and the board's three, that's correct, three RAID controller chips.
pro-clockers.com: ASUS is one if not the most known of all motherboard manufacturers. And when it comes to Intel based boards some say they can?t be beat. From the days of the P5P series to the newer P5W DH, they are showing they are the name in Intel compatible motherboards. So, today I am proudly reviewing the P5W DH Deluxe from ASUS. Is it the board of choice? Based on all the features it really could be.
motherboards.org: With the release of the new BIOS that fixes the issues with the P5B Deluxe motherboard and Crossfire on the Prescott CPUs, there isn't a reason not to recommend this board for the included features, as it scores over 40 on our Features chart with integrated Wi-Fi, Crossfire (though limited by the 4X lanes on the second PCI Express x16 slot), 8 SATA ports, and the other features that makes this board outstanding. The overclock I was able to achieve on the CPU we use for testing was excellent as well.
motherboards.org: To say that I'm impressed with the ASUS P5W-DH Deluxe board is an understatement. Doc uses the board in his primary gaming computer and that says a lot right there about what he and I think of the board in terms of features, performance and bundle. The bundle is excellent, as the inclusion of Wi-Fi AP Solo, MP3-In and everything else makes the P5W-DH Deluxe the most full-bundled motherboard on the test bench in a long time.
vr-zone.com: Today we will be taking a look at how the Asus P5B Deluxe fare with The highest end CPUs available in the market today, the Q6700 and X6800. At the same time, we'll take a look at Gigabyte's unreleased Gigabyte 975X-DS5, comparing ATI Crossfire performance between the two boards at the same time.
viperlair.com: I would like to see driver updates available through Asus Update and the real potential of this board isn't discovered until you start overclocking. Standard performance isn't lacking per se, just a little behind others. Speaking of overclocking, this can be done 'ye olde' fashioned way (BIOS) or via software from Windows thanks to the supplied utilities. The Q-Connector is a big boon for those who mess around inside the PC often, and even for those who don't it's simply all round a nicer and easier way of doing things.
hardwarelogic.com: Making sure every possible niche is covered, Asus provides AMD users a high end, SLI capable motherboard with several unique features. The Asus M3N-HT Deluxe dishes out goodies like the brand new 780a chipset, 3-way SLI capability, Hybrid SLI, ESA, HyperTransport 3.0, PCIe 2.0 and the sexy Cool Mempipe. Is this the motherboard you've been waiting for? HardwareLogic straps the M3N-HT onto the test bench and drops the knowledge on you, raw and uncut.
hothardware.com: As many of you are no doubt aware, Intel is planning to officially release a new mainstream chipset in a few weeks, the P45. From a feature standpoint, the new P45 is somewhat similar to last year's P35. The P45, however, will have official support for PCI Express 2.0, with a more flexible lane configuration for multi-GPU graphics, and the chipset itself is being manufactured at 65nm as opposed to 90nm. Using the more advanced process to build the chips should result in lower power consumption and lower operating temperatures as well.