The best thing to do is do a compare of the 2 boards on newegg and read a couple of reviews on the the Deluxe, will generally compare them to the E series. Given the price difference no sure the price of the Deluxe is worth it unless you're getting in to serious overclocking
The 'E' series boards perform just as well as the premium and deluxe for less $$$. The price on the non wifi has gone up $5 so the difference between the two is now $5. This is my board of choice, best bang for the buck! Unless you're using crossfire, the X38 boards don't really do any better performance wise than a P35, again not worth the extra cost.
Mainly for gaming and some movie making divx and all that.
But since I have been talking with you guys I kind a looked for
P5K E-WIFI and P5K Deluxe WIFI basically same motherboard apart of northbridge silent cooler bit better on Deluxe and also deluxe has one extra gigabit ethernet but for $80 is it worth paying that difference.
Another thing is if I am going to buy P5K Deluxe isn't it better to buy to P5E than ? or Am I wrong about this idea?
I think the 'E' is the best board for the money. The P5E is an X38 chipset board and will work better if you're going to do a crossfire GPU setup, otherwise the P35's are going to perform just as well, I doubt you would be able to tell the difference. If you are considering going with the deluxe, there is also a 'premium' model, sometimes known as the Black Pearl model, I'd get that one over the deluxe.
Motherboards are the hardest components to give advice on, ask 5 different people and you're going to get 5 different answers. It also is a problem if 'money is no object', because you get into 'x' costs more than 'y' so isn't 'x' better? The boards that cost more usually just have more features (firewire, raid, optical outputs, ect.) than one that cost less, and with the Asus boards you get the better heat pipe. The chipsets and related electronics that make the board work are EXACTLY the same. If you go to the different forums, you will see that every board is not perfect, they all have issues, mostly "my board won't post" which 75% of the time is owner error. There is no such thing as "best", for some only the best will do, for others, like me, show me the bang for my money. No one here will give you a bad recomendation, there are just so many possibilities than YOU have to decide how to spend your $$$.
The only other thing, you have 3 differnet threads going about this,they are all saying the same thing, I think you should pick one and let the other 2 die. I'm not complaining, just kind of a waste of bandwidth. Good luck.