ASUS P5E3 Deluxe wifi/App Sneak Peek

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ASUS P5E3 Deluxe wifi/App sneak peek

Yesterday we brought you images of what could possibly be the X38 based ASUS Maximus Extreme under the motherboard manufacturer's Republic Of Gamers (R.O.G) line. Well today we have a sneak peak at another of ASUS' X38 based motherboards under their Ai Lifestyle lineup - the P5E3 Deluxe wifi/App.

P5E3 Deluxe specification


P5E3 Deluxe 1


P5E3 Deluxe 2


P5E3 Deluxe 3


All things considered it is quite a well laid out motherboard, which is something that we have come to expect from ASUS. Another over-the-top heat-pipe solution is apparently the order of the day; although personally I prefer the Maximus Extreme's version.

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16-09-2007, 12:56:12

krazycommando
Hi
newbie to forums so here goes if any one can help me bought intel quad Q6600 go gigabyte p35-dq6 2gb crucial ballistic 8500 shark thermaltake case psu enermax galaxy 850w my problem is when i boot it up the lights and fans come on then shuts of with psu with red light on back and 2 beeps. so tried antec trio power 650w it then boots stops and then carries on to post and even into vista also in the bios on hardware it said ddr18 failed?

thanks

17-09-2007, 05:56:28

nrage

Hi
newbie to forums so here goes if any one can help me bought intel quad Q6600 go gigabyte p35-dq6 2gb crucial ballistic 8500 shark thermaltake case psu enermax galaxy 850w my problem is when i boot it up the lights and fans come on then shuts of with psu with red light on back and 2 beeps. so tried antec trio power 650w it then boots stops and then carries on to post and even into vista also in the bios on hardware it said ddr18 failed?

thanks



The first problem may have been PSU related, check your motherboard manual it should tell you what 2 beeps means.

Also check for ddr18 failed as it should tell you what that means too, hopefully. It sounds like a memory issue, check your ram timings (should display these on boot before doing the self test) make sure they match the recommended timings for your particular ram modules (check the crucial site for these).

Have you done any overclocking or should it all be set to stock speeds?

17-09-2007, 06:33:43

krazycommando
hi
thanks for reply nrage the ddr18v is in the health status in the bios and it says its for system voltages so will check crucials site also the beeps are on the galaxy dxx psu which worked fine in other system am going to swap antec back in this afternoon and see if i can update bios and check settings in bios settings are as came out of box eg default (havent tried overclocking before)

17-09-2007, 06:51:13

nrage

hi
thanks for reply nrage the ddr18v is in the health status in the bios and it says its for system voltages so will check crucials site also the beeps are on the galaxy dxx psu which worked fine in other system am going to swap antec back in this afternoon and see if i can update bios and check settings in bios settings are as came out of box eg default (havent tried overclocking before)



First step is to look in the motherboard manual for the meaning of the 2 beeps, each motherboard has a set of error codes, it uses beeps to tell you what error has occurred. Once you know what error it is, you should be able to figure out what to change/test.

I suspect it's a power issue of some sort.

21-09-2007, 06:19:00

krazycommando
hi
Found out the problem with the no booting from the enermax psu after emailing enermax support got a reply saying that an adaptor is needed on the 24 pin connector to shift the 12v timings to the correct one used on the p3 chipsets and they are sending me one in the post and in all galaxys starting with serial nos 73 and 75 will be included with the psu.
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