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Old 26th November 2007, 12:00   #1
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Default 4-Way Intel P35 Motherboard Overclocking Roundup

In this group test we compare the overclocking capabilities and performance of 4 motherboards based on the mid-range P35 Intel chipset. From the low cost Asus P5K, affordable Foxconn P35AP-S and MSI Platinum Combo to the expensive DFI P35 Lanparty, which one will come out on top? Find out in this article.

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the madshrimps roundup attack on motherboard reviews, I'd be affraid if I was still writing the outdated one motherboard reviews


Foxconn really works on their street cred with that board
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Owning a P5K myself, good performance considering its price, and not too overloaded with BIOS features which hardly make a difference and are too complicated to understand for people who just jumped in.

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Can't beat the Asus P5K board in both price and performance.
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You can by overclocking
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if you overclock,how will you beat the price/performance value? since FSB OCing hardly has any effect in real world applications
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I think it would be more noticable with a Quadcore, where the Vdrop is more important.
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if you overclock,how will you beat the price/performance value? since FSB OCing hardly has any effect in real world applications
You and me have different definitions of overclocking . I see it as benching, you as cost-effective performance tweaking. In other words, I am willing to pay 45 extra for a board which is faster, you're not.
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You and me have different definitions of overclocking . I see it as benching, you as cost-effective performance tweaking. In other words, I am willing to pay 45 extra for a board which is faster, you're not.
I can second that, so am I But the majority of people are not, unfortunately for the hardware vendors
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but Massman, as a reviewer you'll have to look at both sides of the overclocking approach
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