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Not only do they have different letter suffixes, but they also have other add on titles such as "Pro" or "Deluxe", etc. So how do I tell which ones the best boards are, and whether "Pro" or "Deluxe" is better? More about hierarchy asus motherboards. Maziar Nov 11, , 4: Well the difference between P5 series are mostly the cooling options they have,some of them has an extra gigabit lan The letter after "P5" designates the chipset used.
The remainder specifies the exact model of the board and which features are installed. The "Deluxe" boards are normally top of the line with the most features, best cooling and best voltage regulation. Other versions may offer reduced cooling, reduced voltage regulation, less features, etc. Your current motherboard is fairly good and defiantly better than a P5W.
I would not recommend you switch your current board for anything newer until you decide to jump aboard Denab, i7 or something later. Is this a limitation? Can't find your answer? Zecow Nov 11, , 4: I hate this about ASUS.. I do hate them They should at least give the consumer a feeling that they bought something nice.
I stopped buying Asus then. Unlike Asus who introduce a new board after a few months. I hate this marketing strategy. I got the Rampage from Asus now Ask a new question.
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This conversation is currently closed to new comments. I still don't have a solution. This link originally was characters long. And as such it is not looked at by the BIOS. The problem was traced to the fact that I was wrongly connecting my hard disk to the power supply's PCI-E output. This burnt the hard disk immediately on power-up! The hard disk is meant to take 5V power, while I was delivering it 12V. If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.