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Author:   bhenning
Date:   Dec 18, 06 at 8:19pm (PST)
Subject:   Asus P5B-E Review
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Ok guys, another Core 2 Duo motherboard review for you...

And this one is a SCORCHING overclocker!

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Author:   Mnenos
Date:   Dec 21, 06 at 8:45am (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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For info my core2 duo 6300 is running at 3500 (7*500) with Vcore 1.425V, cooled with thermalright ultra-120 with a lone noctua fan (asus P5B deluxe).



Author:   shaaregeulah
Date:   May 15, 08 at 10:30pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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I've got this motherboard, the Asus P5B-E, currently running on a Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz. I was interested in upgrading to a Core 2 Quad. Do you know for certain if it is compatible?

Thanks.



Author:   Iceguy2003
Date:   May 16, 08 at 1:18am (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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Everything I read about them say that they are quad-core compatible. Now, if you will need to update your BIOS or not, I don't know.



Author:   bhenning
Date:   May 28, 08 at 9:04pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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I *think* it should work with the latest BIOS, however be careful of how high you clock it if you use a quad core so you don't draw more current than the board can supply

quote Mnenos
For info my core2 duo 6300 is running at 3500 (7*500) with Vcore 1.425V, cooled with thermalright ultra-120 with a lone noctua fan (asus P5B deluxe).




Author:   Hug
Date:   Dec 02, 09 at 7:05am (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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I wonder how you could make such a nice BIOS screenshots!
I'm writing a documentation where the BIOS screenshot is required, but I can only take it with a camera. Have you used some other way?
I have found a simulator for Award BIOS, but no way for AMI BIOSes.




Author:   Player1
Date:   Dec 02, 09 at 8:13am (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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Turn the lights off.

Don't use a flash.

Set the camera on a timer so you can hold still.

You may need to crop the edges in photoshop as well.



Author:   Zertz
Date:   Dec 04, 09 at 6:30pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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What Player1 said ^ and this too:



Author:   kspiess
Date:   Dec 10, 09 at 11:51pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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The pictures taken in this review were actually taken with a some sort of non-camera image taking device. I'm not sure what it was , sorry, but I can tell you it wasn't a camera.

Though Player1 and Zertz have taken shots as nice with camera though.



Author:   bhenning2
Date:   Dec 22, 09 at 12:02am (PST)
Subject:   re: Asus P5B-E Review
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I used a USB2VGA device from Epiphan.

Hope this helps!

Bill

quote kspiess
The pictures taken in this review were actually taken with a some sort of non-camera image taking device. I'm not sure what it was , sorry, but I can tell you it wasn't a camera.

Though Player1 and Zertz have taken shots as nice with camera though.



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