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Asus P5Q SE PLUS


$100.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Versatile motherboard, will work with a wide variety of components for high end or cheaper components. Thin design will fit into some odd cases, leaves lots of room in a normal ATX case. Supports some very fast RAM chips, easy to overclock.

The Cons:Early BIOS is not overclock friendly, needs to be updated.

The Asus P5Q SE PLUS is a 775 socket, ATX Intel motherboard designed for only Intel Core 2 processors. As a more restrictive downgrade from the P5P43TD, it uses DDR2 memory instead; plus it offers zero RAID support.

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Like its counterpart, however, the P5Q SE PLUS too features integrated Gigabit Ethernet connectivity. There is in fact no difference between the two, besides the memory and HDD differentiations. Featured also is a single PCI-e x16, two PCI-e x1, and three PCI slots that critics decry as being too close to one another. Additional features include integrated high-definition audio, no integrated video whatsoever (third-party PCI module required), and FireWire/eSATA connectivity.

Features

  • Intel Motherboard
  • ATX Form Factor
  • Socket 775
  • Intel Core 2 Processors ONLY
  • Third-Party Video Required
  • Integrated High-Definition Audio
  • DDR2 RAM ONLY
  • Six SATA Bays
  • Single PCI-e 2.0 x16
  • Double PCI-e x1
  • FireWire/eSATA Support

Specifications

  • CPU Socket Type: LGA 775
  • CPU Type: Core 2 Quad/Extreme/Duo
  • FSB: 1333/1066 MHz
  • North Bridge: Intel P45
  • South Bridge: Intel ICH10
  • Number of Memory Slots: 4×240pin
  • Memory Standard: DDR2 1200/1066
  • Maximum Memory Supported: 16GB
  • Channel Supported: Dual Channel
  • PCI Express 2.0 x16 | 1
  • PCI Express x1 | 2
  • PCI Slots | 3
  • PATA     1 x ATA100 2 Dev. Max
  • SATA 3Gb/s     5+2
  • Audio Chipset: VIA VT1708S
  • Audio Channels: 8 Channels
  • MAX Lan Speed: 10/100/1000

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    versatile motherboard, will work with a wide variety of components for high end or cheaper components

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    thin design will fit into some odd cases, leaves lots of room in a normal ATX case

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    supports some very fast RAM chips, easy to overclock

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    supports some very high overclocking of the CPU

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    SATA ports are easy to access, can set up a RAID quickly and easily

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    PCI-E x16 slot is positioned far away from the drive ports, makes it easy to run cables

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    interface with the PCI-E and RAM is good enough to make this into a gaming machine

Cons
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    early BIOS is not overclock friendly, needs to be updated

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