It was a dark and stormy night. It was somehow really bright, 'cause there was thy plug, with a little night light. Emitting a stream of photons, which has a 1:1 interaction with electrons [...] When my friend and I wrote this so-called poem in alternating lines back in February 2008 (As a joke in a Valentine's Day card for church fellowship, no less), we thought we were intrinsically creative and impeccably funny. You know, a matchless fusion of the art of using language and the mastering of scientific accuracy. Boys and girls -- for the boys, especially -- this is how the true meaning of art and science is derived. I can guarantee you right here and now, each and every girl who reads this will not be impressed by your nerdiness wonderful intelligence. Oh, am I starting a motherboard review introduction? In that case, we will need to exchange for a calendar that is two years older. In December 2006, it was indeed a dark and Canadian-December stormy night. It was really bright; under the illumination of a light that lit up the night. Beneath all this sits a FedEx package from ASUS' American headquarters in California, containing my first ever motherboard from the company for review. If I recall correctly, it was also the first 'workstation-class' motherboard from ASUS. And the ASUS P5W64-WS Professional was quite a motherboard to behold. The "Wall Street Quartet" -- a couple years before Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, and AIG became infamous overnight -- created a new niche in the computer market for users desiring a whole different combination of performance, features, and stability. That is, much unlike characteristics of the real Wall Street Quartet we got to know later on. Fast forward to 2011 and many workstation-class motherboards later, back in our lab is the latest and greatest from ASUS. How well does the P8P67 WS Revolution live up to the legacy of its predecessors? As always, we have all the answers for you here at APH Networks. Read on to find out what we have found!
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