ASUS ROG X38 DDR3 Maximus Extreme

ASUS ROG X38 DDR3 Maximus Extreme @ TweakTown

“X38 is now here, and it’s still a mixed bag in regards to how it performs. So far there aren’t really any performance breaking features of the chipset, it’s basically a P35 but with better Crossfire support and a few novelties such as XMP memory profiles. Today we are testing out the ASUS Maximus Extreme board which is designed to be the most impressive board ASUS has ever put out to market.”

ASUS P5E3 Premium & Maximus Extreme

ASUS P5E3 Premium & Maximus Extreme @ Hot Hardware

“We hope you all had good weekends. We’re writing to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features, overclockability, and performance of two of Asus’ premiere motherboards for the Intel platform, the X48-based P5E3 Premium and the X38-based Maximus Extreme.”


DFI LANParty DK P35 T2R/S @ OC Online

“If you remember the DFI NF4 motherboards, they had excellent performance in OC and stability. They were also reasonably priced. Today, one of our forum members made a very detailed post on what’s included with the DK P35 and how it performs. Let’s see if it’s the same!”

ASUS X38 Forumula Maximus

ASUS X38 Forumula Maximus @ Neoseeker

“The stock results show that the Formula Maximus Special Edition performs well; and the overclocked results show that it can reach clock speeds fairly close to the maximum of other X38 and P35 boards. The dual PCIe 2.0 16x slots mean that you will not run out of PCIe bandwidth for high end CrossFire setups; frankly, video cards are no where near saturating even a PCIe 1.0 8x link in dual card configurations, so the Maximus leaves you with plenty of headroom.”

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP @ Virtual-Hideout

“Who here wouldn’t want the latest and greatest motherboard from Asus? Yup, I would too. In the crosshairs of this review will be the P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP@n with the new X38 chipset. The Intel X38 Express Chipset supports new dual-channel DDR3 memory technology, next generation dualX16 PCI Express 2.0 and Intel Extreme Tuning to unleash exceptional performance in today’s gaming applications.”

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi-AP @ Techgage

“If you’re on the lookout for a DDR3 motherboard, the P5E3 Deluxe proves to be a superb choice. It’s one of the most feature-packed offerings on the market, with it’s passive cooling, on-board WiFi, high energy efficiency and even a remote control – all while being a solid overclocker as well.”

DFI Infinity Blood Iron P35-T2RL

DFI Infinity Blood Iron P35-T2RL @ TweakTown

“We have been blessed to review a number of amazing boards from DFI’s top shot line up; today we slow it down a bit as we look at one of their more mainstream oriented designs. As part of the Infinity series, the Blood Iron Infinity P35-T2RL motherboard is based on the popular Intel P35 chipset supporting DDR2 memory. How does it stack up as a more cost-effective mainstream board?”

uAbit IX38 Quad GT

uAbit IX38 Quad GT @ OC Club

“The expansion slots available on the Quad GT include three 16x PCI-E 2.0 slots. Two run at 16x (blue) while the third (black) runs at 4x. This should make the folks who run Crossfire (myself included) have the ability to find out the true capabilities of their graphics solution. Additionally, there are two standard PCI slots and one 1x PCI-E slot. Most of the peripheral connectivity is along the bottom and right hand side of the board.”

ASUS Maximus Formula

ASUS Maximus Formula @ HardOCP

“The ASUS Maximus Formula supports the latest Intel ® Core™2 Extreme Quad-Core / Core™2 Duo / Intel® Pentium® Extreme and Intel® Pentium® D processors. Following industry trends, the Maximus Formula only requires a few components to create a fully functional machine. The required components are: LGA775 CPU, DDR 2 memory, power supply, drives and a video card.”


ECS A770M-A @ TechPowerUp

“With the A770M-A ECS recently released their first motherboard based on the AMD RX780 chipset which has full support for AM2+ and the Phenom processors. The ECS A770M-A costs less than $70 making it the cheapest offering on the AM2+ market. Even though the price is low ECS has included features like Gigabit Ethernet, 8 channel audio and eSata connectivity.”