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Old 05-16-11, 08:28 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Workstation. It's not a word typically synonymous with overclocking. It seems like ASUS wants to turn that assumption on its head with their P8P67 WS Revolution motherboard we're looking at today.
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i am a fan of these asus boards, but one thing i am not a fan of asus doing is those cheap front panel connector things, to bring all the wires together, they are such low quality my switch didnt even work when it connected via that but did once it was removed, but hey i dont think that condemns the board much, i love the workstation boards

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Huh; I've used three of them without that problem. They're certainly not the strongest pieces of equipment, but they've gotten the job done for me. Sorry you had issues with them.

This is my first WS board and I've gotta say, it impressed me. It's a workhorse workstation, but can OC with gusto.

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probably just my big fingers couldn't work with such a small device in such a small space, and the rush to power up a new rig was obviously on my mind

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Nice review Hokie! Looks like the P67 version vs X58 we dont have to avoid. Well done!

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