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Asus P5K3 Premium part 2
Posted by newsbot on August 29th 2007

The performance in 2D testing favours slightly betterin the wayof the Premium, and even at 1,500MHz it doesn't really extend the leadthat much. Also, it's not like you can't just buy some 1,500MHz memoryand drop it in a Deluxe, however it seems to be tailored more topreferring lower latency memory like the 1,066MHz DDR3 at 6-6-6-15instead of 1,333MHz at 7-7-7-20.Overclocking is not outright superb, although it is certainly capableand stability is much the same story. In all it feels like a veryaverage board for Asus and one just not worthy of the price tag:it canbe had for £140 more than an already expensive product combination, itonly comes with a three year warranty on the memory and if just one ofthe 32 chips go the whole board has to be returned. Hats off for theinnovation and having the balls to make a product like this, but Iwonder if Asus will actually sell enough to recoup at least thedevelopment costs? I think this should be chalked down to

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