Navigation--Header span @media screen and (max-width: 41.249em) @media screen and (min-width: 41.25em) @media screen and (max-width: 41.249em) @media screen and (min-width: 41.25em) . Navigation--Header a em @media screen and (min-width: 41.25em) . Not only is DDR2 finally available for use with Athlon 64 processors but there are a new series of chipsets, a few new processors, and all the other good things which come along with the advancement of technology.This review will be looking at the flagship AM2 motherboard from Asus, the M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wireless Edition.The first revision of the M2N32-SLI, along with the BIOS that it shipped to us with, was not very overclocking-friendly.It overclocked rather poorly, and did not exhibit the rock-solid fail-over that we are used to from ASUS boards.
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By: Sal Cangeloso Asus The release of AMD’s AM2 platform has left many consumers with mixed feelings.
While some are looking forward to the progression of AMD’s Athlon 64 line, there is much more to the platform than a new socket.
AMD has turned up the heat on Intel by releasing its long awaited Socket AM2 platform, further extending the companies' technological and performance lead over Intel's best.
If a new high end computer system is on the books, you really ought to have a good long look at what AMD is offering.
While the boards themselves look physically identical (short of a change of heatsink color), we got the impression that this newer revision is more reliable when it comes to overclocking.