Asus Crosshair

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About the Product

The Crosshair is a socket AM2 motherboard for Athlon 64 X2/FX CPUs that uses the Nvidia nForce 590 SLI chipset and supports 2000/1600 MT/s FSB. Features 4 DDR2-800 DIMM slots, 3 PCI, 1 PCI-E 4x, and 2 PCI-E x16 slots. Rear I/O ports include 1 S/PDIF optical, 1 S/PDIF coaxial, 1 external SATA, 2 LAN, 4 USB 2.0, 8 channel audio, 1 IEEE-1394a and 1 WiFi-g antenna jack.

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Asus Crosshair Reviews Rating: 94 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

Meta Reviews

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Neoseeker  --- Jan 03 '07
AMD Zone 98/100 Sep 18 '06
HARDiNFO  --- Sep 05 '06
Hot Hardware  --- Mar 14 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Feb 25 '07
PC Perspective  --- Aug 15 '06
PC Stats 88% Feb 11 '07
Tweak Town 9/10 Sep 21 '06
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Asus Crosshair Roundups and Shootouts

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Asus Crosshair Review Hexus -- Sep 03 '06
Asus Crosshair Review Tom's Hardware -- Sep 19 '06

Neoseeker on Jan 15 '07

"...the Asus CrossHair is a strong overclocker. And perhaps, in the right hands and with enough time, one could set some AM2 speed records. Though it doesn't show it at first, I think the Asus..."

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Overclockers Club on Feb 26 '07

"If you are looking for a solid performing motherboard that will take DDR2 800, as well as give you a bevy of accessories and features, then this motherboard is the one for you."

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PC Perspective on Aug 15 '06

"The Asus Crosshair motherboard is a welcome change to the world of me-too motherboards that has plagued us for years. By adding things that at first seemed like gimmicks, like the on-board LEDs,..."

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PC Stats on Feb 12 '07

"There is no getting around the fact that the Asus M2-CROSSHAIR motherboard is an expensive platform, but it's also one of the fastest and most well equipped Socket AM2 motherboards PCSTATS has..."

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Tweak Town on Sep 21 '06

"Overall we were suitably impressed with the ASUS Crosshair motherboard performance and its impressive and unique features but its price tag needs a pole volt to get over. If you have a big enough..."

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