ASUS P6X58D-E Motherboard Review
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
As of writing, Socket 1366 is still Intel’s top performer, and with support for triple channel memory and Gulftown, that won’t change with early Sandy Bridge offerings. After all, Sandy Bridge is a mainstream release that isn’t aimed at high-end enthusiasts. That said, if you want the fastest system currently available and you want it right now, Socket 1366 is where it’s at. Based on Intel’s X58 chipset, Socket 1366 was released in late 2008 and has seen continued support from both Intel and board manufacturers ever since. Today we will be taking a look at an X58 board from ASUS, the P6X58D-E.