Asus AI Lifestyle P5KC Desktop Motherboard - Intel Chipset - Socket T LGA-775

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P5KC Desktop Board bring lifestyle and personal computing together. It provide's you better system performance to enjoy graphic-intensive games and applications. The cutting-edge audio feature dramatically enhances the quality of voice signal. Thoughtful design allows you to set up your system easily. To create a peaceful environment, several new and improved innovations are included to reduce noise and temperature. Don't change your way of life for a computer. Instead let the ASUS Lifestyle Series improve the quality of your life.

Quick Glance

Interface Connection: Audio Line In Yes, Audio Line Out Yes, Microphone Port Yes, S/PDIF Yes, Network (RJ-45) Yes

Number of Memory Slots: 6

Supported Processor: Celeron, Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Pentium 4 (Extreme Edition), Pentium 4, Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition

System Board Style: ATX

Processor Socket: Socket T LGA-775

Memory Technology: DDR3 SDRAM, DDR2 SDRAM

System Chipset: Intel P35 Express

Multi GPU Support: ATI CrossFire

Number of PCI-Express x16 Slots: 2


Product Title: Asus AI Lifestyle P5KC Desktop Motherboard - Intel Chipset - Socket T LGA-775

Manufacturer: Asus

Power Score: 2.7 | 3 Reviews

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Product Reviews (3)

Average board

Strengths: DDR3 support, Cool looking board

Weakness: IDE location is placed very far from the drive bay. Raid support/instruction is pretty lame. I would have given the board a 4 if it weren't for these.

The mobo worked right out of the box. So far, this board keeps my overall system temp pretty cool. My build is a E6550 core 2 duo, 2 gigs gskill(800), zalman 9500.

By big Rob; - Feb 1, 2008

ASUS P5KC Motherboard

Strengths: Accepots DDR3 & DDR2.

Weakness: Setting up a RAID configuration is not simple with this board, bad instructions.

This motherboard is pretty solid! I installed a Quad Core Duo and DDR2 RAM with no problems. When trying to setup a RAID configuration this board is somewhat confusing because the instructions are not very clear. The copper pipes cool the motherboard down good and everyting else installed smooth. I like ASUS and always use them when building new computers. Although sometimes I'll get a DOA board...
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By IbarraYJ - Dec 12, 2007


Strengths: DDR 2 and DDR3 support, Overclocking software is good.

Weakness: RAID is absolute trash (no internal RAID), Drivers dont work well (especially on board LAN) No SLI...

Bought this MB expecting to be on the cutting edge of tech. instead i found myself strugging to get it to work for a week, then finally returning it. This MB (as well as all other ASUS MB's i have bought) is no good. The memory thing is nice, and it supports quad core which is good. The RAID is useless, is only supports RAID from an internal drive to an external drive, pointless. The onboard LAN...
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By Laminate; - Oct 4, 2007

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