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The ultimate home for your Core 2 Duo? Asus P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition Review
Written by Gizmo   
Sunday, 13 August 2006 09:24

SysOpt.Com has a review of what appears to be a very nice mobo for Intel LGA775 CPUs.  Among other things, it features built-in WiFi.

"The P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition prominently features a small heatpipe cooler, with a radiator that also cools some of the voltage regulator components. The upper edge of the board also has mounting holes for a large MOSFET sink, but with no sink mounted there.

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Six slots mark a normal configuration for modern boards -- a seventh slot is a rare find and five are unfortunately too common. Asus provides three PCI, one PCI Express x16, one PCI Express x1, and one PCI Express x4 slots, and the x4 uses an x16 bracket to allow the addition of x8 or x16 cards at x2 or x4 speeds.

Both x16 slots feature latches on the reverse side, easing card removal. The traditional position would be blocked by the card cooler."

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