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    Question on the Asus A8N32-SLi Deluxe (LN12107)

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=293067

    Hello, I have a quick question on the A8N32-SLi Deluxe. After reading various reviews, I note that there are two editions of this motherboard: one with built in wireless support, and one without. I'd like to know which one is Scan selling.

    I am having a hard time deciding between the Sli-Premium and 32-Sli Deluxe.

    Cheers.

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    If you're overclocking the 32 is a better board because of it's power design. If you're not, the premium has much better layout (i've owned both) and is cheaper.
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    Thanks. I have heard that the 32 is better at OCing.. But how much better, keeping in mind that I will not be using premium RAM?

    And please tell me more about the layout differences between the two.

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    Gasp. I was hoping to keep my order on the Premium on hold until I get an answer here on the 32-Sli but I was just told that its been dispatched

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    On a related matter...do you have any plans to stock the wireless version?
    I have a Belkin Pre-N Desktop Card, which won't work with the A8N32-SLI motherboard no matter what I've tried. The PCI>PCMCIA adapter is detected...but the PCMCIA card itself isn't. (They both work fine - I've tried both a different adapter, and the whole shebang in another PC).
    Unless you can give me any ideas to try...I'd like to go for the Wireless version.
    I also notice that the normal version of the motherboard actually has the pinouts on the motherboard. Is it possible to just buy the WiFi module? (I'd need the new IO plate too right?)

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