There are quite a few things we liked about the Asus A8V Deluxe "Wireless Edition". This motherboard is loaded with useful features like Gigabit Ethernet and SATA RAID, and it has very good on-board audio. The "Wireless Edition" also ships with a decent WiFi card, which gives users the ability to use their system as a wireless access point. The A8V Deluxe is also compatible with AMD's "Cool 'N Quiet" technology, which makes this a good platform on which to build a near silent PC. It overclocked relatively well, and all of the features worked without any fuss. Historically, there have usually been a few bugs or glitches to deal with when testing a brand new product like this one, but Asus' A8V Deluxe worked flawlessly from the get go. At about $170, it's also much less expensive than most Socket 940 boards, but Socket 939 CPUs will command a premium for quite some time. We do wish Asus had given the A8V Deluxe a bit more "flash" by using a colored PCB and connectors, but other than that and a few minor layout issues, the Asus A8V Deluxe is a really nice socket 939 solution. Asus has delivered a quality Socket 939 motherboard with the A8V Deluxe "Wireless Edition". We're giving it a solid 9 on the Heat Meter.
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