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The Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard Review
The M2N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard just happens to bethe high-end AM2 offering from Asus and utilizes the Nvidia nForce 590SLI chipset to make the magic happen. How does it compare with the other AM2 chipsets out there? Take a look and see how the chips fall as we look at this board and compare it to the VIA based Asrock AM2V890-VSTA and the ATI powered MSI K9A Platinum in this interesting motherboard article.
Asus has brought a great performing board to the market for the AM2 socket in the form of the M2N32-SLI. The bundle itself makes this board stand out, as it comes with the wireless kit, and a few other goodies that are normally purchased after the fact. AS far as performance goes, the M2N32-SLI was right on par with the other two chipsets that we looked at. It led the way in quite a few of the benchmarks that we used, and when it did not score higher, it was very close to the same.
Article Title: The Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard Review
Article URL: http://www.legitreviews.com/article/386/1/
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I just have to comment on the mic, I have it and tried it out the first couple days for gaming and everyone told me it sucked, but hey it's "free"
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I have one as well, First thing with an 8x multi, you got a solid 361.7...I only get 280 with 8x on am2 4000+ 1meg cache
I better refresh my reading on overclocking
i like the mike cuz with it i can at least kinda enjoy my creative s750s i am using two sound cards though
and i can hog all the volume i need in the onboard sound chip for just the mic
I like this board better then the KN9 platinum i bought before this.. i gave that one to my son..
funny thing is, i think his am2 3800+ with the 512 cache is faster then my 4000+ 1 meg ???