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Friday, May 19, 2006
ASUS P5WD2-E Premium

3. Test System - Configuration

  • Processor: Intel P4 3.73Ghz Extreme Edition
  • Case: Antec 1080AMG
  • Motherboard: P5WD2-E Premium, Foxconn 975X7AA
  • Graphics Card: ASUS EAX1600XT Silent
  • Memory: OCZ PC2-5400 Platinum XTC Dual Channel 2x512MB
  • Hard Disk Drive: WD800JD 80GB 7200RPM
  • DVD Burner: Samsung SH-W163
  • Power Supply: Thermaltake PurePower 520W
  • OS: Microsoft WindowsXP Pro SP2
  • DirectX: v9.0c
  • ATI Catalyst 6.4


Benchmarking Software
3DMark05,03,01
PCMark04, 05
Codecreatures Benchmark Pro
Performance Test V5.0
Half Life 2
Quake 4
F.E.A.R
Need For Speed - Most Wanted

For this review, we will compare the performance of the P5WD2-E Premium motherboard with that of the Foxconn 975X7AA, both based on the same chipset, the i975X.




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