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Wednesday, July 04, 2007
Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi

4. Installation

Using Everest Ultimate Edition 2007, we can get more information about the board:

Both North Bridge and South Bridge chipsets unveiled:

The latest available BIOS was installed for all tests (0301). However, for our OC tests, Asus provided a newer BIOS (0404) that really boosted motherboard performance.

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

For comparison, we post test results from:

  • Asus P5B Premium with memory running at 534@5-5-5-15 (Intel P965)
  • EVGA 680i LT with memory running at 534@5-5-5-15 (Nvidia 680i LT)
  • Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi with memory running at 534@5-5-5-15 (Intel P35)
  • Asus P5DH Deluxe with memory running at 889@4-4-4-8 (Intel 975X)




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