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Monday, January 22, 2007
Asus P5N32-E SLI

4. Installation

Using Everest Ultimate Edition 2006, we can get more information about the board:

Both North/South Bridge chipsets are unveiled:

For our review, we had the latest available BIOS (0405 release).

The memory settings on this board are incredible. You can have the FSB and memory unlinked, and choose just about whatever you desire. The board didn't have any problems going up to 533MHz with 2x1GB Crucial PC2-8000 memory modules.

Let's now see how our CPU was identified with CPU-Z:

The board's main information can be found under the 3rd tab, "Mainboard", of CPU-Z:

For comparison, we post the test results from:

  • Asus P5B Deluxe with memory running at 534@5-5-5-15
  • Asus P5N32-E SLI with memory running at 534@5-5-5-15
  • Asus P5W64 WS Pro with memory running at 445@5-5-5-15




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