If ya dont’ believe me check out tom’s hardware. Definately, hands down, the P4SE. I only know there different cpu supported. Cause thats the one I’m getting in a day or two nah seriously, I did a helluva lot of extensive research on mobo’s for this new upgrade and the p4S is the way to go man. From what i read the only draw back to the GAG is that it lacks a votage adjustment for the CPU,which is supposed to be adressed in a Bios revision and even the lack of,still oc’s to fsb on stock voltage no problem and is said to run any stick of DDR without a hitch. Voltage flucuations,memory problems, 8x apg problems which did turn out to be the card makers problem.
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Glad to help,I am in the process of sending my P4S8X back,lol,3 days difference and i wouldn’t have got that board.
ASUS P4S533-E – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – SiS645DX Series
If ya dont’ believe me check out tom’s hardware. I’m really new to most of this stuff,i read alot As such, I believe that users would find it meaningless to jump into the fastest and latest chipset like the SiS as the benefits may not be fully justified by the cost.
Definately get the S man. Copyright Quinstreet Inc. Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation.
Of course, ASUS is probably one of the biggest motherboard brands around and users always assume the best in performance and reliability from them. This is an old archive page of HWZ prior to revamp. Don’t get AGP 8X yet, wait til they actually develop the technology properly.
Core Specifications – Asus P4SE User Manual [Page 12]
Voltage flucuations,memory problems, 8x apg problems which did turn out to be the card makers problem. Please visit HWZ for the latest reviews and news. P4S support up to 2.
Wow, lots of research for this thread lol Yeah, I would go with the ‘E’ as well, simply cause its newer. Asus P4S8X If i could ask what problems have asus had with the board? Cause thats the one I’m getting in a day or two asua seriously, I did a helluva lot of awus research on mobo’s for this new upgrade and the p4S is the way to go man.
It has a killer chipset in it, the SiS DX, and stacks of features. Asus P4S8X I was thinking of getting the s8x motherboard and it seems to out-do most of the others it has all the features you could want and its going down in price quickly although i was just talking to a guy that said dont go with sis chipsets because their unstable.
I’m seriously thinkin of sending it back. This is the board i’m going to get once my P4S8X has been returned Results 1 to 15 of The P4S is ASUS’ version of the SiS DX and although it has chipsset around for a while, we thought it would be cool to take a good look at what this has to offer since there’s been interests in this chipset of late. I only know there different cpu supported. Look here for specification http: You may have to register before you can post: Look around at other forums and read some post,Intel chipsets are very good and stable but QuinStreet does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace.
Since SiS is not the average chipset that manufacturers develop in the past, it would be wrong to make such an assumption.
While the P4S8X seems to have many problems there are some Sis boards doing very well,even the boards. I’ll just make sure I flash the bios as soon as I get my new rig up adn running, and just hope for the best.
The time 4ps533-e is From what i read the only draw back to the GAG is that it lacks a votage adjustment for chjpset CPU,which is supposed to be adressed in a Bios revision and even the lack of,still oc’s to fsb on stock voltage no problem and is said to run any stick of DDR without a hitch. Cause i read a chiset of reviews and they all said it was really good even though they probly get paid to say that.
This is where I got most of my info. Although the new SiS chipset is almost ready for mass deployment, the SiS DX is nevertheless going to remain pretty popular at least until the end of the year. All these things,and a few others I just compared both for specification.