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Monday, 01 October 2007 10:12

Asus jumps the X38 gun

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Posts X38 boards on its site

Asus has been too eagre and posted most of its range of X38 boards on its website, although we reported about the main features of some of these boards already and you can read that article here.

The boards that have gone up are the P5E, P5E3, P5E3 Deluxe, P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP@n and finally the Maximus Formula Special Edition, which we haven't reported about previously.

The Maximus Formula Special Edition is a DDR2 version of this R.O.G. family board and the Special Edition moniker has to do with the chipsets water cooling setup. The Special Edition will only be available in limited quantities and the Maximus Formula will feature a heatsink solution instead.

You can check out Asus' website for more information about the various models and you can find the X38 product page here
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