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Hi folks i'm plan to buy this Asus P5Q.Can someone comment about this motherboad.I'll using for medium games and internet.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131295


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It overclocks like the dickens.
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That means?
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That means?
It overclocks very very well. What resolution will you be gaming at if I might ask?
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Here's a good review.
http://www.cpu3d.com/content/view/4924/54/
And they have a good thread about it on XtremeSystems.
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=179447
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Thanks to all mate answer my question.
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I am planning to get either the Pro or E version of the P5Q series. Will it overclock a quad (Q6600) well?
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I am planning to get either the Pro or E version of the P5Q series. Will it overclock a quad (Q6600) well?
You should have no problems matey
 
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since they're both P5Q and Biostar I45 are both P45 boards, do you guys think they'll be similar in performance? what about reliability and quality?
    
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since they're both P5Q and Biostar I45 are both P45 boards, do you guys think they'll be similar in performance? what about reliability and quality?
The Asus one is better overall. The only bad thing about it is the premium you have to pay for all the extra features, Asus name, better colour scheme, higher build quality, 16 phase CPU power, and better customer support.
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