Asus Blitz Extreme


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The Blitz Extreme is a ATX mainboard that is made to support socket T processors with 533/800/1066/1333 MHz FSB. It is based on the Intel P35 chipset and features 2 PCI, 3 PCI-E x1, 2 PCI-E x16, and 4 DDR2-1066 DIMM sockets.


Asus Blitz Extreme Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Neoseeker  --- Sep 18 '07
HardOCP  --- Aug 08 '07
Overclock3D.Net 97% Aug 11 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Jan 20 '08
PC Stats 90% Jan 29 '08
Phoronix 9/10 Oct 01 '07
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Asus Blitz Extreme Roundups and Shootouts

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Asus Blitz Extreme Review Anandtech -- Jul 20 '07
Asus Blitz Extreme Review Hot Hardware -- Aug 10 '07
Asus Blitz Extreme Review Legion Hardware -- Sep 16 '07
Asus Blitz Extreme Review Techgage -- Jul 30 '07
Asus Blitz Extreme Review Virtual Hideout -- Oct 18 '07

HardOCP on Aug 08 '07

"The ASUS Blitz Extreme shows to be a extremely solid and dependable DDR3 motherboard that has more solid features that can be found on almost any other motherboard while being highly overclockable...."

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Neoseeker on Sep 18 '07

"It's quite safe to say that the Asus Blitz motherboard in an impressive piece of hardware. The bundle is ample and the features are many, that much we can all agree on. I would have liked to tested..."

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Overclock3D.Net on Aug 17 '07

"Asus have taken all the best qualities from their previous motherboards, combined it with feedback from enthusiasts and come out with a product that satisfies on every level. Not only is the Asus..."

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Overclockers Club on Jan 21 '08

"While the use of high performance DDR3 memory offers incredible bandwidth at higher frequencies, it is not quite mainstream yet. Several reasons are the loose timings and high prices for..."

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PC Stats on Jan 31 '08

"The Asus BLITZ Extreme motherboard is based on Intel's mainstream P35 Express chipset, and while it's not quite as quick as the Intel P35 Express/DDR2 Asus BLITZ Formula motherboard combo, it is..."

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