The sabertooth has some cool features and is $40 cheaper. So its good. You can get that.
I did a comparison of the two on asus.com and the p6x58d-e had all these overclocking features and the sabertooth had none:
Intelligent overclocking tools
- ASUS TurboV
Precision Tweaker 2
- vCore: Adjustable CPU voltage at 0.00625V increment
- vCPU PLL: 36-step reference voltage control
- vDRAM Bus : 49-step DRAM voltage control
- vChipset(N.B.) : 31-step chipset voltage control
- vNB-PCIe : 65-step chipset-PCIe voltage control
SFS (Stepless Frequency Selection)
- PCI Express frequency tuning from 100MHz up to 180MHz at 1MHz increment
- Internal Base Clock tuning from 100MHz up to 500MHz at 1MHz increment
- ASUS C.P.R.(CPU Parameter Recall)
That's why I'm a bit worried, not to mention I haven't read any reviews of it yet
I saw that as well. But didnt know you were interested in overclocking. The Sabertooth comes with better quality capacitors and chips, that's all. The price is a little bit of a giveaway of which is the better board. If you don't overclock, then no harm getting the Sabertooth. If you are interested in overclocking you can got for the other one.