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Old 11th May 2007, 04:35   #1
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Default Intel new generation chipset P35/G33 exposure–MSI P35 Platinum 500MHz testing

Last week we introduce the shape of MSI P35 Platinum, now the retail
version have some positive change with their box design.
New box use special vacuum shining design similar such like NBA/MLB player
cards style to enhance the metal level quality.


Different reflection colors with different angle lightin



Another MSI P35/G33 Platinum intro.
The difference with last time P35 Platinum we post is DDR2+DDR3 combo
design, also with VGA port when use G33 chipsets.
Motherboard outlooks.



Down left side


Down right side.


Up right side
6 DIMM with 4 DDR2 and 2 DDR3 dual channel design.
On beginning age of DDR3, this is the better design on the market.


The special circu-pipe design
Although the new chipsets is not hot just like 965/975,
But all 3 main motherboard manufactories all use big pipe design.


The IO ports,
G33 Platinum will have 1 D0Sub out put.

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Boot up screen


MSI P35 Paltinum BIOS menu.


Cell Menu



DRAM adjustment options.


CPU front side bus overclock range 200~600MHz


DDR2 divide options.


CPU/DRAM/Chipsets highest voltage range.

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Three huge CPU fan install with MSI Curci-Pipe looks.








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Test platform setup.
CPU:Intel Core 2 Duo E6420
MB: MSI P35 Platinum
DRAM:CORSAIR TWIN2X2048-10000C5DF
VGA:ATI X1950PRO
HD:Seagate 7200.7 80GB
POWER:Corsair HX620W Modular Power Supply
Cooler:ZEROtherm BTF95+WFB1212H 12cm


No over voltage on chipsets setup.
CPU:500X7=>3500Mhz
DRAM(1:1): DDRII1000 CL4 4-3-9
Dual Super PI32M passed.
(On MSI P35 Platinum, C2D E6420 can reach FSB505~507MHz with out any
extra chipset or CPU voltage adjustment, this E6420 is almost same limited
with DFI 965S board, but my friend’s C2D can reach FSB533MHz, the C2D top
limited depends.)


Stable on FSB500 setup with 3D Mark test result.
3DMARK2005

3DMARK2006


QX6700 also stable on FSB456MHz.


This time MSI have high level design on P35 series products, they did swap
the old products 965 series with bad overclock ability and design quality.
High value box design with huge Circu-Pipe design, 2 eSATA on back panel,
also comes with shinning debug light, all the improvement shows their
determination to revolution.
The first minute they shows 4 P35 series products, 3 Platinum version with
black PCB and Circu-Pipe, 1 red PCB version with DDR2+DDR3 design.
Look forward on all manufactors with new generation P35 series with better
design, then consumers will have more choice on the market!

Next test
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Hey Windwithme, great pics and test, thanks!

That BTF heatsink has a fan unit you can slide in, comes from ZeroTherm; you can also use a 92mm fan to squeeze between the butterfly wings, it works okay and with higher speed 92mm gives you excellent cooling
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