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ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 ATX AMD Motherboard

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  • 939
  • NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16

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ASUS has created, in its A8N32, a motherboard that will support some serious tweaking. With support for 4GB of DDR RAM, two 16-pipe PCI-E links with SLI, and an 8-Phase power design, you can build the mega-machine that’ll be the envy of your friends. Worried about the heat from overclocking? The design manages usage and heat stress and pulls off excess heat through an impressive copper heatpipe arrangement that allows for quiet, fanless operation.

The BIOS allows you to manipulate a huge range of tweaking options, either manually or by the AI overclock settings. This board is as stable as a rock, outlasting even the longest stress tests, and can survive almost anything you can do to it. Built for the picky and meticulous tweakers interested in getting the most out of their purchase, this is one fine offering from ASUS.

  • newegg Full X16 SLI with NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 Chipset The NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 chipset provides two full-bandwidth PCI Express x16 links with SLI support for unrestricted graphics performance, and higher video quality. Other cutting-edge features include SATA and Gigabit Ethernet to ensure maximum PC performance with future-proofing features for the demands of tomorrow.
  • newegg Ultimate Gaming Performance with NVIDIA SLI Technology NVIDIA SLI (Scalable Link Interface) takes advantage of the increased bandwidth of the PCI Express bus architecture and features intelligent hardware and software enabling a pair of GPUs to deliver earth-shattering, scalable graphics power, approaching twice the performance in certain applications.
  • newegg 8 Phase Power Design The ASUS 8-Phase Power Design protects the CPU and power module from the risk of excessively high power stress to greatly extend CPU lifetime and system stability. The highly-efficient design also generates less heat to ensure low ambient temperatures, while the vigorous power pump delivers serious overclocking potential.
  • newegg Fanless Design for Ultra-Quiet Operation The ASUS fanless motherboard concept was created specifically for cool running computing environments without the need for fan noise and malfunction. To address thermal issues across the motherboard, ASUS utilizes tailor-made heat pipes and heat sinks to maximize heat dissipation and thermal performance.
  • newegg Dual Gigabit LAN The integrated dual Gigabit LAN design allows a PC to serve as a network gateway for managing traffic between two separate networks. Dual Gigabit LAN means rapid data transfers from WAN to LAN without any added arbitration or latency.
  • newegg Precision Tweaker Designed for serious overclockers Precision Tweaker offers a powerful arsenal of overclocking options to help you achieve maximum system performance!

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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5 out of 5 eggsStill decent

Pros: James J is smoking something good if he thinks core for core socket 939 cpu's are even remotely close to todays cpu's. With that said 939 cpu's do still function and if you are not a power user they still serve a good purpose.

Cons: None really

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  • James J.
  • 4/11/2013 12:05:34 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsBuilt in 2006, STILL RUNNING STRONG!!

Pros: It will be 7 years old on April 20th. I built a bleeding edge workstation back in 2006. I have never had a single issue from my ASUS A8N32-SLI deluxe nor my AMD FX-60. I am STILL using this as my main workstation today. Core for core on single threaded applications, this STILL beats even today's BEST Intel processors!!! However with only 2 cores inside and all of the demanding applications of today, not to mention the games, it's time to build a new rig!!!

Cons: Only con is this was the LAST AMD socket 939 they ever built. SO there was no more upgrade path left, save for faster RAM and a new video card and hard drives.

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  • Paul P.
  • 1/25/2013 6:35:50 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
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5 out of 5 eggsRock-Solid MB

Pros: I bought this motherboard in January of 2007 and it is still running strong. Never had any issues. It is now acting as a Windows 2008 R2 file, print, DC, DNS and DHCP server for my home network. The number of pci-e (two 16x and one 4x) slots has allowed me to not only have video, but also an Adaptec 3805 RAID card and an Intel dual port Gig server NIC. This MB is paired with an AMD FX-60 and 4GB of Corsair memory.

Cons: None at all. Still running strong after 6 years!

Other Thoughts: This MB was my primary rig, until I put together a new Intel i5 2500K system over the summer and paired it with an ASUS Z68 MB. I hope the Z68 lasts as long as this one has.

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/27/2012 1:24:43 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsDo not Buy

Pros: Spec are amazing!

Cons: After about six month of use the board started shorting. I would have to take everything off the board (GPUs, wireless cards, DDR, HDDs) and reset the CMOS, and hopefully it worked. Would occur every couple of weeks after that.

Other Thoughts: I purchased another version of this board in this series and it had the same issue. I think I'm going to stay away from Asus mobos for a few builds.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Please try taking the motherboard out of the case and bench it on a non-conductive surface, then retest using only crucial components such as CPU, one DIMM of memory, single video card, and hard drive for stability. Also, please try swapping out the power supply.

Unfortunately this motherboard is out of warranty. While you can still RMA it, it may be costly.

ASUS Customer Loyalty

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  • Paul B.
  • 8/21/2012 9:40:58 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome MoBo

Pros: This Motherboard is very stable and a great over clocker.

Cons: The Fan less design requires a healthy breeze to keep all the components cool.

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5 out of 5 eggslong lasting

Pros: This thing has been a rock. Running as my server since I got it with seldom shutdowns for cleaning out.

Cons: Socket 939 is now dead. =(

Other Thoughts: I had bought a second board after acquiring a 3800+ and decided to use it for my server with my 4400+ that wouldn't OC at all. It was running that until about 6 months or so ago when it got another 3800+ and it's still running away. Win Server 2008 R2. Had to play with drivers a little but more stable than the Earth's rotation. Caps still good but starting to watch them because of their age (5+ years now?).

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  • Chris J.
  • 1/23/2012 7:26:17 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsSolid

Pros: Rock Solid!

Cons: Too bad SKT939 didn't last longer.

Other Thoughts: Just now replacing it with an AM3+ AsRock board, it has been rock solid and a great performer all these years.

Don't forget to update the bios and enable the memory hole for 4gb ram.

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5 out of 5 eggsBulletproof

Pros: Fast, reliable, quiet, looks nice.

Cons: Does not morph into a newer model.

Other Thoughts: This thing lasted through two deployments in hell and is still running solid. The shipping across the world and sand storms have not had one effect on it.

As far as Newegg's shipping, it took weeks to get packages from family but it never took longer than a week to get my toys from them.

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  • Julian S.
  • 11/2/2011 1:21:03 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsbreathe life back into one!

Pros: Juggernaut, i have never dealt with a tougher motherboard in a desktop computer.

Cons: tends to 'pop gaskets' see other thoughts

Other Thoughts: i didn't purchase this board i salvaged it from the trash, very unstable with its SATA controller and tended to crash before it was able to boot windows even from the CD, i however noted a rather large number of blown out capacitors around the PCI and PCIe slots (10 or so) and after recapping its like a rock, solid for 2 years. a must grab if you have the knowledge to preform such a repair!

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  • Larry B.
  • 4/15/2011 6:11:22 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsSheep are "Doomed"...

Pros: Bought this board just months after the A8N-SLI Deluxe (dual x8 PCI-E Graphics bandwidth - late '05) and it is extremely nice. Took my LC'd Athlon X2 4800 and to its limit.
This was the first Dual x16 PCIe graphics bandwidth I had found & I put way to much $ into it... I ran 2 XFX 7950GT 550M 512MB cards w/the KOOSAH LC'd blocks ('07 cooling MOD) in SLI, an EHEIM 1046 pump & a 240 radiator. Accepted the only VISTA OS I have used and had no issues whatsoever. I had 4GB's of OCZ Titanium Dual Channel memory installed which cost me $540, 4x's the price of the board at the time.

Cons: S. Bridge did run a bit HOT 80% of the time and after 2 yrs. I finally added a Swiftech MCW30 LCing Block, re-routing & MODDING the Copper heatsink system.

Other Thoughts: DoomSheep, it is pronounced A-SUS, as in PegASUS- the mythological "Winged Horse"... & check 'your' spelling, before criticising a Multi-Million Dallar Corporations Pronounced Name. .. and learn how to build a system, step-by-step before knocking products that only you seem to have "yet" advanced to. In '03, the x86 OS was already 3 yrs. old & yet in your review of '07- you are upset about a system board not accepting your 16 Bit OS? The "World Wide Web" is there for all and has unlimited learningpotentil just waiting to fill your obsolete projects with updated info. A PIII CPU will run even a x86 Bit OS, by the way.

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