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ASUS P5N32-SLI Premium/WiFi-AP Old new C19 examined
Posted by News-Bot on November 09th 2006



In early tests from the OEMs, this chipset performed less than stellar in the overclocking department but it was too late for companies to pull out of, as their production lines were already making boards based on this chipset. While they have been made, we wont see them pushed like the nForce 600 series. For companies like ASUS who will create their own nForce 680i motherboard design which takes much more time than purely using the nVidia reference design, it is a good stop gap for them while the newer motherboard is being prepared. That is the exact reason why we are even looking at this motherboard here today.

View article at tweaktown.com



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