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    Is the ASUS P5N32 SLI-SE Deluxe a good board?

    What i said above ^ thanks. I need to know if its good for overclocking and the quality in general.
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    Your looking at maybe a little over 300fsb depending on the cpu multi.... Nvidia Chipset + Intel Proc = CRAP overclocking...... The new "590" boards are limited to around 400fsb also, its such the joke.....

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    the nforce 590 will be a better overclocker and should be out in about a week
    CPU.........3930k OC'd to 4ghz with an NH-D14 with aftermarket fans
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    I too am looking at this board, this is a noob question(I have no first hand exerience with socket 775), but what does a 300fsb equal out to on a socket 478 FSB.

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    Couldn't a bios update fix the crap overclocking? Other than that, I want this board.

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    woah woah... the intel + nvidia thing is total BS. The Phionex(sp) star bios lets me freely overclok all the way up to 1600 FSB. Its a really, really nice board. just dont run it caseless.
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    by 1600, i hope you mean an actual clock of 400. Anywyas, thats about average. OH, and being able to set it and being able to run it are 2 different things.
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    i could run it at 1400 with no problem, so i doubt it couldnt do 1600
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    well, unless you've actually run the clocks and tested for stability, dont say you have hit the speeds.
    Main Rig: e8400 l ASUS P5K Deluxe l G.Skill 4GB HZ's l GTX 280 l 2x320gb 7200.10 Raid 0 l X-FI Platinum l CM Stacker 830 l OCZ 700W GameXtreme l Logitech z-5500's l G5 l Saitek Eclipse II l 2 x 2407 WFP
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    I tested it, and looked for the speeds in CPU-Z and it was stable for 50 or so min.

    Cant wait to see if my new mobo can do that!
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    Member Mr. Roboto's Avatar
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    well, stability isnt just running the computer for 50 minutes.

    meh, whatever, just trying to say don't mislead people is all.
    Main Rig: e8400 l ASUS P5K Deluxe l G.Skill 4GB HZ's l GTX 280 l 2x320gb 7200.10 Raid 0 l X-FI Platinum l CM Stacker 830 l OCZ 700W GameXtreme l Logitech z-5500's l G5 l Saitek Eclipse II l 2 x 2407 WFP
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    running stable mean 12-24hours plus IMHO.
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