ASUS M4N82 Deluxe

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1 Neoseeker
Overall, I am pretty satisfied with what the M4N82 Deluxe achieved. Also, since this is the first board I review supporting both the Phenom IIs and SLI, I decided I could run one of my favorite benchmarks on it: 3DMark. So I threw in my second GTX 260, I overclocked the duo to 710MHz on their core, and then I proceeded to further increase the processor overclock. I managed to pull a run of 3DMark06 at 3900MHz on the processor cores and 2800MHz on the memory controller.
2 Bjorn3D
e've been running our Phenom 2 reviews on an Asus M4A78T-E board and it's a very capable board driving speeds of up to 4 GHz on selected Phenom 2 X4 CPU's. It's not a particularly fancy board so we decided to look at one of the Asus M4N82 Deluxe SLI boards. The board supports AM3 CPU's but uses DDR2 instead of DDR3. The ability to use DDR2 instead of DDR3 makes the M4N82 Deluxe a good option for value minded enthusiasts. Upgrade the Motherboard and CPU but keep that killer kit of DDR2 and save some money.