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    Default ASUS P7P55D Deluxe

    The P7P55D Deluxe is a premium LGA1156 motherboard for those looking to push their Core i5/i7 and appreciate the finer points of design and quality. It certains looks enticing, but we know that what separates the contenders from pretenders are the features, ease of use, stability, overclockability, and value you get for the price you pay. There's quite a bit of ground to cover in determining if the P7P55D Deluxe can live up to its pedigree, so let's get started.

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    Excellent review there sky!
    What was the voltage required
    to achieve the 220bclk and the 4.4ghz ?

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    Good board but whyyyyyyyyy............baby blue colour scheme?
    I know blue represent cool running but baby blue. I guess Asus tried to copy Gigabyte colour scheme.

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    I have the new CoolIt LGA1156 mounting kit for you, with the Elite you should be able to push 870 to 4.5GHz without a problem. I'll pack it with the 5870s.

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    Thanks for the excellent review!

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    Thanks!!

    Hey Bully, I have to check my notes but I think I used 1.425V or 1.45V to hit those high OCs.

    Deton, aesthetics are personal preference, but the board does look good. It's not as killer as the RoG, but it's not as expensive either. But aesthetics aside, this mobo really put up some extremely impressive numbers and was rock solid. And the Auto Overclocking was the best I've seen to date, it was a piece of cake and ran like a charm. Never seen anything that good or fast before.

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    I knew this board is going to be one of the best P55 board beside the MIIIF.
    I see you have Tri-CF 4950, I guess you won't be able to use aftermarket sound card when 3 video cards used huh?

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    Actually, I like the look, it's you two who are blind LOL

    Three 4890's Deton. HOWEVER, only use 2 because going with 3 means 8/8/4x configuration which is a waste. I only put the three in so people could see the space setup, especially for Folders that want more space for GPUs. In reality you'd only use 2 cards, so that would free up the slot and you could use a discrete sound card with the proper port connection.

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    We don't think so!
    Holiday weekend.....I attended a wedding and 2 Thanksgiving dinners.....all I did was eat the whole weekend and my brain is suffering LOL.
    I think you're colour blind or brain farted from the weekend turkey.
    Seriouly don't you feel tire and sluggish after every turkey dinners?

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    You always eat too much....could be playing off eat more and only have turkey for a few days after or eat less and be eating the damn thing for a week....sandwiches ....stew....hash....curry...man the things I've been served with turkey
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    I dunno... I kinda like the color (as I've liked a lot of GigaByte's board choices lately).

    Its understated and sublime and not IN OUR FACE 3L1T3 HAX0R colors. Some people like to build normal computers too sometimes, ya know (not here though, lol). So if your case has no window or don't care for showing off, then the board is a good choice.

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