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    Default ASUS P6X58D Premium Motherboard

    Often seen as trailblazers, ASUS has released the P6X58D Premium, currently their only board that features USB 3.0 and SATA III, as well as being ready for the upcoming 32nm 6-Core processors. The P6X68D Premium is positioned to be the successor to the P6T going forward in the ASUS product lineup.Let's take at a closer look at some of these new features and see if the P6X58D Premium can successfully continue to evolve and improve the LGA1366 platform.






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    Excellent review Jake, thanks

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    Good review, nice board 13 more days to go for the 980X if the date was correct

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    yeah..nice board.
    Rampage III Extreme will have USB 3.0 SATA III

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    Rampage should be released towards the end of this month if were lucky, I already already put in a request for one to be tested with the 980X.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    yeah..nice board.
    Rampage III Extreme will have USB 3.0 SATA III
    It will not be native USB 3.0 and SATA III ... If i remembered correctly there are only 2 SATA III ports and another 2 or 3 USB 3.0 ports

    BTW Deton you gave up your P6T Deluxe and changed to P6X58 ? i see that as you motherboard in your system specs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    It will not be native USB 3.0 and SATA III ... If i remembered correctly there are only 2 SATA III ports and another 2 or 3 USB 3.0 ports

    BTW Deton you gave up your P6T Deluxe and changed to P6X58 ? i see that as you motherboard in your system specs?
    Yes, they won't be all SATA III, only two ports and the rest are still SATA II.
    They are not going to get rid of SATA II to quickly because SATA III is not widely available yet. This is just a fading transistion for motherboard makers.

    I didn't really give up the P6T. I kinda killed it when I did the Indigo test review which I abandon the review. Well, now I'm just using P6T board as a model for water block installtiong photography session. TBH, she's quite kinda expensive model which I just hired and she doesn't mind to have a nude picture at close-up either.

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    Deton, what's the best stable OC the with the P6X58D 4.2GHz ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Deton, what's the best stable OC the with the P6X58D 4.2GHz ?
    Can't really tell you because I have C0 chip it requires must higher voltage when it goes pass 4.2Ghz. My Vcore for it's at 1.44v but to go any higher I have to pump it over 1.45 - 1.5v and I'm not comfortable with those voltage.

    I can tell you this board is way better than P6T series, my old board can't even go pass 210bclk. Yes this board can go higher than 210bclk like in the review said.

    Darn, I need better chip to push it thought. IMO, 930 is not worth it to upgrade. Hopefully, Gulftown has more than just Extreme Edition version. Do you have any idea on this?

    One thing I like to see with this board is to have extra temp sensor heads. They come to handy for a guy like me to play with the cooling.

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    Be aware that page 2-11 of the P6X58D Premium User Manual says ""Due to Intel spec definition, X.M.P.DIMMs and DDR3-1600 are supported for one DIMM per channel only." That means higher speed memory is only supported for 3 DIMMs, leaving 3 memory slots empty. Be cautious if you plan to use 24 GB of system memory at the higher speeds. Searching the web for success/failure stories is advised.

    What is interesting is that none of the reviews to date on the ASUS P6X58D Premium have mentioned this caveat. I understand that testing 24GB of memory is expensive (~$3,000 for 6x4GB of Kingston DDR3-1600 HyperX). But, ... Is everyone who reads the review expected to know current Intel restrictions on triple channel memory? Are the "expert" reviewers not aware of these limitations? Do the reviewers not read the User Manual for salient points? Citing ASUS's "6 x DIMM, Max. 24 GB, DDR3 2200(O.C.)*/1600/1333 Memory" language without the caveat seems misleading at best.

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    Thanks for the review. This is the board I just received for my 1st build. Hope to take a trip to Micro Center this weekend to pick up the I7 930 to go with it.
    I am thinking about using the Xigamatek Dark Knight Cooler, do you think it will cause a problem on this board because of its size? I am not that familiar with how big some of these coolers are. My card is the Sapphire Vapor 5770.

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    Welcome to PureOC Phil. I see you've been visiting other sites that have reviewed this board to point out this "fault" and limitation verbatim. Thank you for that information.

    I actually have 12GB (6 x 2GB sticks) of memory here, and it is DDR3-1600MHz. Feel free to read my review on it, and you'll notice that even with some amazing overclocking and stellar ICs, it is virtually impossible to reach those speeds anyways, and with 24GB it's even more remote of a possibility, so really what you're pointing out is a moot point.

    Anyone that is going to shell out that kind of money and attempt to run/overclock their 12GB (let alone 24G of RAM to those levels and actually achieve it is way beyond the point of reading an obscure footnote in an Owner's Manual. Someone who can actually achieve that level is both rich and likely able to break world overclocking records, and certainly needs no education on how to successfully make 24GB of RAM fly.

    But thanks for that footnote Phil, feel free to include my "salient points" of your observations when you visit the next site that reviews this board, because without the entire information now explained, your comments might be "misleading at best".

    Have a great day!
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    Traz, the Xigmatek Dark Knight will have no problems fitting on this board, it's a very slim cooler with some amazing performance, not to mention it looks gorgeous!

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    IMO, average users can't afford 24Gb of ram and they don't really need that much either.

    Second, it's very hard to find 4Gb dimm and even if you can find one, the price tag will kill you. So go back to the above point.

    Third, who use up 24Gb? people with video editing, heavy 3D graphic rendering...etc. This users don't over clock their machine. Therefore, you don't really run the mem at high speed anyway.

    Well, my point is; average users (like me) don't have to worry about it. BTW, I do have 12Gb @1600Mhz, no issues. Perhaps the issues occurring when the mem reach over 2000Mhz?:confused:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post

    I didn't really give up the P6T. I kinda killed it when I did the Indigo test review which I abandon the review. Well, now I'm just using P6T board as a model for water block installtiong photography session. TBH, she's quite kinda expensive model which I just hired and she doesn't mind to have a nude picture at close-up either.
    You killed it while applying some kind of indigo Xtreme TIM ??? that must be bad !! Why didnt you clear up the TIM and RMA the board? or was it an excuse to get a new one ? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    You killed it while applying some kind of indigo Xtreme TIM ??? that must be bad !! Why didnt you clear up the TIM and RMA the board? or was it an excuse to get a new one ? LOL
    Yeah no good, can RMA it.
    It has die electric grease in the socket from the TEC project and there's burn mark on the CPU backplate socket:mad:. The board still power up but it won't boot into bios, it was working fine after major CPU reached over 100C (core) for few times, system crashed few times too then it just gave up on me one day.

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