9 reviews

Asus P5Q Green Motherboard

Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:BIOS easily updated from download. Can be up and running very quickly, easy setup. Built-in Linux OS for quick Internet access if needed.

The Cons:No on-board video output support. Board tends to run hot, needs proper cooling. No documentation shipped with the motherboard.

The new Asus P5Q Green LGA775 platform offers spectacular performance for systems running on powerful Intel Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium dual-core, Celeron dual-core, Celeron, Intel 05B/05A/06, and Intel 45nm multi-core processors.

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Based on the Intel P45 chipset, the P5 features an Asus 8-phase power design and supports dual-channel DDR2 1200/1066/800/667MHz memory up to 16GB, PCI-Express 2.0, SATA 3Gb/s, Gigabit LAN, 8-channel high-definition audio, IEEE1394, and USB 2.0. Ideal for today’s most sophisticated gaming and multimedia systems, this powerhouse ATX platform offers numerous AL Lifestyle and overclocking features, and promises to deliver astonishing graphics to maximize your computing experience. A terrific value at this affordable price! If you’re ready to build a high-powered gaming or extreme system, start your project with the Asus P5Q Green LGA775 motherboard. It also comes with the world´s first ASUS EPU-6 Engine, allowing the CPU power supply to be digitally monitored and fine-tuned with improved VRM efficiency in heavy or light loadings – attaining the best possible power efficiency and energy savings to help save the environment. The P5Q also supports ASUS Express Gate– an Linux OS bootup for instant access to the Internet in 5 seconds.

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  • 6

    BIOS easily updated from download

  • 3

    can be up and running very quickly, easy setup

  • 3

    built-in Linux OS for quick Internet access if needed

  • 2

    several voltage adjustments for custom equipment

  • 3

    no on-board video output support

  • 1

    board tends to run hot, needs proper cooling

  • 0

    no documentation shipped with the motherboard

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