The two previous ASUS boards in this roundup were from the Republic of Gamers brand, the P6X58D-E is one of their standard boards and so has a more professional box design. The same could be said for the bundled components which provide us with the essentials (SLI bridges) and handy items like Q-Connectors for easy case wiring.
The P6X58D-E is an ATX board which measures 30.5×24.4cm and it features the X58 and ICH10R combination once again. There are six memory slots on this board and they run in triple channel mode, offering a maximum capacity of 24GB. X.M.P. is supported and ASUS advertise the maximum DDR3 memory speed as 2000MHz.
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Down at the bottom left of this board are the add-in card slots and these run from PCIe 1x through PCIe 16x, PCI, PCIe 16x, PCI, PCIe 1x. These can also be reconfigured to be x16, x8, x8 and beneath the bottom slot is an on-board power button.
Thesis On Service Marketing ASUS start the connectivity on their P6X58D-E with two PS/2 ports which sit next to a Clear CMOS button. The two NEC USB 3.0 ports are next, followed by optical and coaxial audio, 4x USB 2.0, Firewire, Marvell 8056 GB LAN and finally the 3.5mm audio connectors. These use the Realtek ALC 889 chipset which has 7.1 channel support and ASUS add DTS Surround Sensation UltraPC.
Order Custom Business Plan As with every other recent ASUS board we have EZ Flash 2 on this model and it was great to see that ASUS have perfected drive controller updates. When the system had flashed our BIOS it rebooted and then updated the drive controller to the latest firmware version without any user interaction. Inside the American Megatrends BIOS we find the enthusiast configuration options in the AI Tweaker screen and like the more expensive models we can select pre-defined overclocking profiles or set the system manually, including CPU voltage of up to 2.1v