Just Plain Mean
- May 18, 1997
ASUS P5N-T Deluxe - Our last 780i NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI chipset review, seems to hold a lot of promise with its solid design and with the features that the NVIDIA chipset brings to the table. Just how well does this board compare with the rest of the Intel board, or even the other NVIDIA based boards?
Editor's Note: I think it is worth mentioning that yes, this review is very "late." Products such as the P5N-T that show stability issues sometimes prove to be 3x or 4x the workload of a board that works properly. Still we try to work through and make sure that we are not doing something wrong rather than just assuming it is a hardware problem. This is one of the reasons we use two completely independent reviewers, operating systems, and equipment to review each board. Basically every board is reviewed twice. Still this review is late and should have been posted at least a month ago, but to be honest, I just did not care much about it and it slipped through the cracks. Anyway, sorry for posting old material. Had the board not sucked so badly, you would have likely seen this posted in March of this year.