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True USB 3 and SATA 6Gb/s.
USB 3, SATA 3.
RAID support on the SATA 3 controller.
Multi-GPU support for SLI and CrossFireX.
Onboard power and CMOS clear buttons.
Memory boot compatibility button on motherboard.
No eSATA port provided.
IDE has been retired.
Extensive number of BIOS features could easily overwhelm you.
High priced 'enthusiast' motherboard solution.
Lacks hardware based encryption features.
SATA6G/USB3 borrow from PCIE link lanes.
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on December 06, 2010
ASUS has produced a quality mainstream X58 board with the P6X58D-E that has a nice mix of features at a reasonable price. The black / blue / white color scheme of the P6X58D-E matches other ASUS boards that we have looked at, which looks good in my...
By X-bit Labs on October 19, 2010
Now let’s see what good words we can find about the ASUS P6X58D-E. First off, its packaging is robust and informative. The accessories are richer than what you get with many other mainboards, but without any extras. The PCB design is clever and...
By HEXUS.net on September 27, 2010
Intel's LGA1366 platform is alive and kicking for the foreseeable future. Built through a combination of Core i7 chip and X58 motherboard, ASUS goes for the value end of the market with the P6X58D-E - a slightly cut-down version of the rather tasty...
By PC Pro on September 01, 2010
A competent, well-rounded board that’s overshadowed by a more versatile rival...
By Bit-tech.net on August 20, 2010
The and Asus P5X58D-E are very similar to each other in terms of price, features and performance. The D-E has a few things going in its favour though, such as its extra on-board overclocking features, friendly BIOS, extra power phases and slightly...
By Neoseeker on August 16, 2010
We have now taken a look at two of ASUS's high end motherboards, both of which ended up performing and overclocking relatively equal to each other. The P6X58D-E happens to be a heck of lot cheaper, so why shell $380 USD for the Rampage 3 Extreme?...
By Expert Reviews on August 13, 2010
If you’re looking to build a powerful Core i7 PC without taking out a second mortgage then this board is the best choice....
By IT-Review on August 11, 2010
Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R and ASUS P6X58D-E review - Conclusion Author: Luka Rakamaric Date: 11 Aug 2010 We must say that the 1366 platform had little to offer to an average buyer, as the 1156 offers just a tad slower performance for a lower price. Multi...
By Overclockers Club on August 09, 2010
Overall, this motherboard had everything I would look for in most LGA 1366 motherboards; it can handle triple card configurations, has eight SATA slots, all six memory slots unlike some boards with three, clean open CPU socket, solid chipset cooling,...
By HardwareHeaven on July 29, 2010
Consumers will be hard pushed to find a better low cost X58...
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