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madness if u are not geting the delux get a gigabyte ds3 NEVER get a non delux p5b
The newer revision of the P5B clocks to 520 on an e6300 for anandtech(1.02g)...................sounds pretty good to me since a deluxe doesnt go a whole lot higher and the older revision clocks to 490(1.01g)
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so basically, if its not the newer 1.02g version ... then its pointless and if it is.. it is just as good as a P5B-e without the sli and heat sink option?
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Well the thing is you aren't really guranteed to get a 1.02g if you buy a P5B-E so thats why I would go with the Deluxe. If you can spare the $30 you wont have to worry about which revision you are getting.
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#1 - Never take the results in a review as gospel. Or if you do, do so at your own risk.

#2 - There is a big difference between the E and the Deluxe....the Deluxe has an 8-phase power regulator, the E does not. The E is a dressed up P5B Vanilla basically.

#3 -If you get a 9500 for a cooler I will tell you right now don't expect to get over 3Ghz or so....I know, I am stuck at 305FSB which is 3.05Ghz on my 6700 with only 1.18v, load temps are 49c at 21-22c ambient. Spend your money on a better cooler, no question about it..
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#1 - Never take the results in a review as gospel. Or if you do, do so at your own risk.

#2 - There is a big difference between the E and the Deluxe....the Deluxe has an 8-phase power regulator, the E does not. The E is a dressed up P5B Vanilla basically.

#3 -If you get a 9500 for a cooler I will tell you right now don't expect to get over 3Ghz or so....I know, I am stuck at 305FSB which is 3.05Ghz on my 6700 with only 1.18v, load temps are 49c at 21-22c ambient. Spend your money on a better cooler, no question about it..
What exactly does the 8-phase power regulator get you?

Also the sli/crossfire on the p5b-deluxe is limited due to the 2nd pci-e is max at 4x right?
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What exactly does the 8-phase power regulator get you?

Also the sli/crossfire on the p5b-deluxe is limited due to the 2nd pci-e is max at 4x right?
More stability and (in some cases) more voltage.

I'm not sure about the 2nd question but I doubt that.
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Yes that is true with the second PCI-e is limited to 4X, only the 680i boards have dual 16x PCI-e slots...
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